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The Education Of Pauline Carey, Jon Judy Sep 2017

The Education Of Pauline Carey, Jon Judy

Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education

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Did We Miss The Joke Again? The Cultural Learnings Of Two Middle East Professors For Make Benefit Insights On The Glorious West, Christopher D. Stonebanks, Özlem Sensoy Sep 2017

Did We Miss The Joke Again? The Cultural Learnings Of Two Middle East Professors For Make Benefit Insights On The Glorious West, Christopher D. Stonebanks, Özlem Sensoy

Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education

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Faculty Senate Newsletter, February 2017, Louisiana State University And Agricultural & Mechanical College Feb 2017

Faculty Senate Newsletter, February 2017, Louisiana State University And Agricultural & Mechanical College

LSU Faculty Senate Publications

Message from President: Readers of the now old-fashioned novels of Dorothy Sayers and Evelyn Waugh remember an era of academic elegance: a time when colleges and universities reveled in custom, costume, character, and social complexity. True, the jottings of the aforementioned writers caricatured an academic establishment that hovered on the thin line between comedy (per academic satire) and criminality (per detective novels), yet they also portrayed a cultural elite that occasionally fell into absurdity or even lawlessness owing to its willingness to stand apart from the norm. Rank-and-file citizens might puzzle over the singing of the Mallard Song at All ...


Cwbr Author Interview: Thunder At The Gates: The Black Civil War Regiments That Redeemed America, Douglas R. Egerton Jan 2017

Cwbr Author Interview: Thunder At The Gates: The Black Civil War Regiments That Redeemed America, Douglas R. Egerton

Civil War Book Review

Interview with Douglas Egerton, author of Thunder at the Gates: The Black Civil War Regiments That Redeemed America Interviewed by Tom Barber Civil War Book Review (CWBR): Today the Civil War Book Review is pleased to speak with Douglas Egerton, Professor of History at Le Moyne College and....


Bonaparte's Dream: Napoleon And The Rhetoric Of American Expansion, 1800-1850, Mark Ehlers Jan 2017

Bonaparte's Dream: Napoleon And The Rhetoric Of American Expansion, 1800-1850, Mark Ehlers

LSU Doctoral Dissertations

Between 1800 and 1850, the United States built a continental empire that stretched from the Atlantic seaboard to the Pacific Ocean. As scholars have come to realize over the past three decades, this expansion was not a peaceful movement of American settlers into virgin wilderness. Instead, it involved the conquest and subjugation of diverse peoples in Louisiana, Florida and the northern provinces of Mexico, and forced the United States to interact aggressively with the European empires of Great Britain, France, Spain, and eventually Mexico. My work helps to explain how Americans in the early republic reconciled this militant expansion with ...