Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Digital Commons Network

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

2019

Series

Discipline
Institution
Keyword
Publication
File Type

Articles 1 - 30 of 157

Full-Text Articles in Entire DC Network

Mmu: 12/02/19–12/08/19, Student Bar Association Dec 2019

Mmu: 12/02/19–12/08/19, Student Bar Association

Monday Morning Update

This Week @ NDLS

  • Christmas Tree Decorating
  • Daily Commons Menu Specials
  • SBA Store Hours
  • Daily Mass Schedule
  • ND Glee Club Caroling
  • Championship Week--PAC12, SEC, Big 10, Big 12, and ACC
  • Next Week: Dog Dayz of Finals

General Announcements

  • LVCY Angel Tree
  • Health & Wellness Center
  • Legal Writing Center
  • Volunteer Opportunity at Green Bridge Growers
  • Notice to student visitors to Sinai Synagogue
  • Mock Trial Coaches Wanted
  • Advertise Law School Events on the Law Library e-board

A Little Lagniappe (In Louisiana it means "a little something extra".)

  • Marge's Message
  • Sport Report
  • Professor Spotlight–no one this week
  • 1L of the Week–study hard and …


Self-Compassion As A Moderator In The Relationship Between Shame-Proneness And State Shame For Adult Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Mary Catherine Guman Dec 2019

Self-Compassion As A Moderator In The Relationship Between Shame-Proneness And State Shame For Adult Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Mary Catherine Guman

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

Childhood sexual abuse is a prevalent problem that has significant implications for psychological wellness and personal health. Childhood sexual abuse is related to a variety of negative outcomes, including the presence of shame-proneness. Consequently, shame-proneness is significantly related to heightened feelings of shame in adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. One might assume that self-compassion will decrease state shame for shame-prone survivors of sexual abuse; however, this might only be true when the total score of the Self-Compassion Scale is utilized. When the subscales are examined separately, the negative subscales could exacerbate the presence of state shame in shame-prone survivors …


Lawful Searches Incident To Unlawful Arrests: A Reform Proposal, Mark A. Summers Dec 2019

Lawful Searches Incident To Unlawful Arrests: A Reform Proposal, Mark A. Summers

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


My Palate Hung With Starlight: A Gastrocritical Reading Of Seamus Heaney’S Poetry, Anke Klitzing Dec 2019

My Palate Hung With Starlight: A Gastrocritical Reading Of Seamus Heaney’S Poetry, Anke Klitzing

Articles

Nobel-prize winning poet Seamus Heaney is celebrated for his rich verses recalling his home in the Northern Irish countryside of County Derry. Yet while the imaginative links to nature in his poetry have already been critically explored, little attention has been paid so far to his rendering of local food and foodways. From ploughing, digging potatoes and butter-churning to picking blackberries, Heaney sketches not only the everyday activities of mid-20th century rural Ireland, but also the social dynamics of community and identity and the socio-cultural symbiosis embedded in those practices. Larger questions of love, life and death also infiltrate the …


'For "Kibosh": More Evidence A Whip Can Be "Put On".', Pascal Tréguer Dec 2019

'For "Kibosh": More Evidence A Whip Can Be "Put On".', Pascal Tréguer

Arts, Languages and Philosophy Faculty Research & Creative Works

No abstract provided.


Mmu: 11/25/19–12/01/19, Student Bar Association Nov 2019

Mmu: 11/25/19–12/01/19, Student Bar Association

Monday Morning Update

This Week @ NDLS

  • Diversity in Government and Working for a United State’s Attorney’s Office: A Conversation with Peter Salib, AUSA, USAO for the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago
  • Daily Commons Menu Specials
  • Daily Mass Schedule
  • Morning Prayer with CLS
  • Thanksgiving Break
  • Go Irish! Beat Stanford!

General Announcements

  • New Dublin summer internship program
  • LVCY Angel Tree
  • Legal Writing Center
  • Volunteer Opportunity at Green Bridge Growers
  • IDEA Center Student Connections
  • Circulation Desk Hours
  • SBA Store Hours
  • Health & Wellness Center
  • Notice to student visitors to Sinai Synagogue
  • Mock Trial Coaches Wanted
  • Advertise Law School Events on the Law Library e-board …


Mmu: 11/18/19–11/24/19, Student Bar Association Nov 2019

Mmu: 11/18/19–11/24/19, Student Bar Association

Monday Morning Update

This Week @ NDLS

  • "Sorry, I Can't"–Managing Stress When You Feel Like You Can't Say "Yes" to Spending Time on Those You Care About
  • Scheduling How-to
  • Daily Commons Menu Specials
  • Daily Mass Schedule
  • Morning Prayer with CLS
  • Last SBA Monthly Meeting of the Semester
  • Dublin Summer Internship Program Information Session
  • Scheduling for London
  • Professor Series: The Mischief Rule–Sam Bray
  • The Troy Davis Case: Executing the Innocent?
  • White & Case and Business Law Forum Chat
  • Legal Voices for Children and Youth to host Judge Peter Bogaard (New Jersey Superior Court)
  • Go Irish! Beat the Terriers!

General Announcements

  • LVCY (Legal Voices for …


November Concert, Lawrence University Choirs, November 15, 2019, Lawrence University Nov 2019

November Concert, Lawrence University Choirs, November 15, 2019, Lawrence University

Conservatory of Music Concert Programs

Memorial Chapel


Library Development Review 2018 - 2019 Nov 2019

Library Development Review 2018 - 2019

Library Development Review

No abstract provided.


How Does The Work Of The Negro Youth Study (1937-1941) Fit Into The History Of The Social Sciences?, Randall Haines Kaufman Nov 2019

How Does The Work Of The Negro Youth Study (1937-1941) Fit Into The History Of The Social Sciences?, Randall Haines Kaufman

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Through a historical analysis[1] this dissertation addresses how the work of the Negro[2] Youth Study (NYS) fits into the historical development of sociology during the early Civil Rights Movement (CRM). Secondarily, the dissertation addresses the silence surrounding NYS and its place in Black Sociology.

As the Depression deepened, educators worried about another “lost generation” of young Americans.[3] In response, The American Youth Commission in 1935, followed by the NYS in 1937, sought solutions. In particular, the NYS represents a moment in social sciences, started in the 19th century, or a moment when social sciences become a …


Mmu: 11/11/19–11/17/19, Student Bar Association Nov 2019

Mmu: 11/11/19–11/17/19, Student Bar Association

Monday Morning Update

This Week @ NDLS

  • Monday Morning Message from President Patel
  • Transnational Prosecutions
  • SCELF's Baseball Salary Arbitration Final Championship Round
  • Information Session for Notre Dame's Clinics
  • 1L Job Application Process
  • Daily Commons Menu Specials
  • Daily Mass Schedule
  • Game Night
  • Morning Prayer with CLS
  • SCELF: Under Armour Rep to speak to Mendoza and NDLS
  • Contempt of Grace: The Theological and Legal Error of William Barr’s Understanding of Religious Freedom
  • Bar Prep Courses – What’s the Difference?
  • [Rescheduled] Health Insurance Qs Drop-In
  • DACA Oral Arguments Lunch
  • “The Effects of the Pill upon Natural and Human Ecology”
  • Lambda Legal: A Civil Rights Leader for …


Enter At Your Own Risk: Criminalizing Asylum-Seekers, Thomas M. Mcdonnell, Vanessa H. Merton Nov 2019

Enter At Your Own Risk: Criminalizing Asylum-Seekers, Thomas M. Mcdonnell, Vanessa H. Merton

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

In nearly three years in office, President Donald J. Trump’s war against immigrants and the foreign-born seems only to have intensified. Through a series of Executive Branch actions and policies rather than legislation, the Trump Administration has targeted immigrants and visitors from Muslim-majority countries, imposed quotas on and drastically reduced the independence of Immigration Court Judges, cut the number of refugees admitted by more than 80%, cancelled DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), and stationed Immigration Customs and Enforcement (“ICE”) agents at state courtrooms to arrest unauthorized immigrants, intimidating them from participating as witnesses and litigants. Although initially saying that …


Nov2019, Robert Kelly Nov 2019

Nov2019, Robert Kelly

Robert Kelly Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


October 29, 2019, The Dakota Student Oct 2019

October 29, 2019, The Dakota Student

The Dakota Student

No abstract provided.


Volume Cxxxvii, Number 6, October 25, 2019, Lawrence University Oct 2019

Volume Cxxxvii, Number 6, October 25, 2019, Lawrence University

The Lawrentian

No abstract provided.


The Cult Of Mary Magdalen In The Medieval West, Theresa J. Gross-Diaz Oct 2019

The Cult Of Mary Magdalen In The Medieval West, Theresa J. Gross-Diaz

History: Faculty Publications and Other Works

No abstract provided.


Mmu: 10/07/19–10/13/19, Student Bar Association Oct 2019

Mmu: 10/07/19–10/13/19, Student Bar Association

Monday Morning Update

This Week @ NDLS

  • Happy Spirit Week!
  • Indiana Court of Appeals Oral Argument
  • Daily Commons Menu Specials
  • Daily Mass Schedule
  • Morning Prayer with CLS
  • SBA Monthly Meeting
  • Bar Exam Applications
  • From Big Law to Legal Aid
  • Bose McKinney Diversity Fellowship
  • First Generation Rock Stars: Seven Ways to Invest in Yourself
  • Apple Inc. Legal Counsel (FaceTime) lunch chat with Matthew Smith
  • Join the Idea Center!
  • Moot Court Fundraiser
  • SCELF: MLB Salary Arbitration Tournament Info Meeting
  • Implicit Bias in the Law: A Conversation with Professor Shelley Cavalieri
  • Taking Charge of your loans
  • Professor Series: Parental Choice and Educational Pluralism in the US …


Vol, 87, Iss. 2, October 3, 2019 Oct 2019

Vol, 87, Iss. 2, October 3, 2019

Archway (1946-2020)

No abstract provided.


The Bates Student - Volume 150 Number 02 - October 2, 2019, Bates College Oct 2019

The Bates Student - Volume 150 Number 02 - October 2, 2019, Bates College

The Bates Student

No abstract provided.


The Cowl - V. 84 - N. 5 - Oct 2, 2019 Oct 2019

The Cowl - V. 84 - N. 5 - Oct 2, 2019

The Cowl

The Cowl - student newspaper of Providence College. Volume 84 - Number 5 - October 2, 2019. 24 pages.


The 241 Art Of The Theatre, Claudia Case Oct 2019

The 241 Art Of The Theatre, Claudia Case

Open Educational Resources

An examination of the nature of live theatre: its forms, practices, and purposes, and its relevance to society.


To The Editor: A Response, Christine Anne George Oct 2019

To The Editor: A Response, Christine Anne George

Library Staff Articles

When I teach students about research, I tell them that they must go to the primary source. They cannot simply rely on someone else’s interpretation of it. If they do not understand the primary source, then they need to look for context. It is irresponsible for scholars and researchers to only rely on one source and to lift quotes and citations from that single source. Moreover, I tell students they must always, always, always, provide citations to support their assertions. Boles’s lack of citations and sources in his section discussing archival privilege is extremely troubling. He avoids nuance in order …


2019-2020 Book-In-Common Teaching Guide, Marta Moore Oct 2019

2019-2020 Book-In-Common Teaching Guide, Marta Moore

Book in Common

Lisa Ko’s The Leavers addresses themes which are both timely and timeless. This year’s Teaching Guide can help us lead Collin’s year-long exploration of adoption, identity, families, youth, parent-child relationships, immigration, crime, friendship, identity, race, courage, fate, morality, and agency.

As always, the 2019-2020 Teaching Guide exemplifies the Collin College Book-in- Common Committee’s commitment to the goal of college-wide engagement with an important book and its author. Highlights of this year’s Guide include:

  • Classroom and library resources
  • Support for connecting with the musical themes in the book
  • Reflections on the immigrant experience
  • Connections with China and Chinese culture
  • Perspectives from …


The Evolution Of United States Supreme Court Jurisprudence Under The Leadership Of Chief Justices Melville Fuller And Edward White From 1888 To 1911, Christine Cromie Oct 2019

The Evolution Of United States Supreme Court Jurisprudence Under The Leadership Of Chief Justices Melville Fuller And Edward White From 1888 To 1911, Christine Cromie

History & Classics Undergraduate Theses

The phrase “What is Old is New Again” is a timeless adage. Indeed, on a deeper level, this sentiment can relate to political issues and governmental problems. Questions about how involved the federal government, especially the judicial system and Supreme Court, should be in the lives of the public tend to repeat themselves. A close reading of today’s headlines about monopolistic power as it relates to technology and the rise of Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple harkens back to similar issues and concerns at the turn of the nineteenth century as the United States moved from the Gilded Age to …


Learning From Feminist Judgments: Lessons In Language And Advocacy, Bridget J. Crawford, Linda L. Berger, Kathryn M. Stanchi Oct 2019

Learning From Feminist Judgments: Lessons In Language And Advocacy, Bridget J. Crawford, Linda L. Berger, Kathryn M. Stanchi

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

This essay offers a perspective-shifting approach to meeting some of our pedagogical goals in law school: the study of re-imagined judicial decisions. Our thesis is that exposing students to “alternative judgments”—opinions that have been rewritten by authors who look at the law and the facts differently—will help students develop a more realistic and nuanced view of judicial decision-making: one that is aspirational and based in the real world, and one that allows them to envision their futures as successful advocates. The “alternative judgments” of the feminist judgments projects can enrich the law-school experience in multiple ways. First, seeing a written …


Walt Whitman At The Aurora: A Model For Journalistic Attribution, Kevin Mcmullen, Stefan Schöberlein Oct 2019

Walt Whitman At The Aurora: A Model For Journalistic Attribution, Kevin Mcmullen, Stefan Schöberlein

Department of English: Faculty Publications

Relatively little manuscript material exists to definitively tie Walt Whitman to the bulk of the journalistic writing attributed to him, particularly the writing in the early years of his career. Because the vast majority of his early journalistic work was unsigned, attribution is most often based on the knowledge of Whitman’s involvement with a given paper, coupled with the identification of some sort of Whit- manic voice or tone in a given piece of writing. However, a writer’s style and tone are often affected by the form and context in which they are writing, meaning that Whitman’s journalistic voice is …


Territory, Geoeconomics And Power Politics: The Irish Government's Framing Of Brexit, Patrick Holden Sep 2019

Territory, Geoeconomics And Power Politics: The Irish Government's Framing Of Brexit, Patrick Holden

School of Society and Culture

No abstract provided.


Cascon 2019, Sacred Heart University Sep 2019

Cascon 2019, Sacred Heart University

SHU Faculty Publications

Program and schedule for the 3rd Annual College of Arts and Sciences Conference. CASCon 2019 showcases the work of Sacred Heart University faculty from multiple disciplines. The conference seeks to emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of faculty scholarship and reaffirm the College’s commitment to undergraduate research. Held Wednesday, September 11, 2019 from 2:00PM - 6:00PM in the Frank & Marissa Martire Center for the Liberal Arts.


Knott Family Papers (Mss 675), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Sep 2019

Knott Family Papers (Mss 675), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid for Manuscripts Collection 675. Papers and photographs of James Proctor Knott, Lebanon, Kentucky, and his wife Sarah "Sallie" (McElroy) Knott. Includes two journals of Sallie Knott covering the first eight years of their marriage (Click on "Additional Files" below to view typescripts), and miscellaneous papers of a related family, the Clarks.


Ireland In The European Eye: At Home In The Heart Of Europe : Book Review: An Excellent Analysis Of Ireland’S Interactions With Its European Allies, Eamon Maher Sep 2019

Ireland In The European Eye: At Home In The Heart Of Europe : Book Review: An Excellent Analysis Of Ireland’S Interactions With Its European Allies, Eamon Maher

Articles

This essay collection provides an excellent analysis of Ireland’s various interactions with its European allies, from the early medieval period up to the present moment. The essays cover things as diverse as history, religion, literature, tourism, politics, trade, journalism, architecture, music and film in 22 chapters by experts from various disciplines, who serve up an informative and welcome survey that emphasises the historical ties that bind the Emerald Isle to its largest neighbour and the Continent.