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"I Belong To Me": Toni Morrison's Novels As Bildungsroman, Angela L. Jones Jan 1990

"I Belong To Me": Toni Morrison's Novels As Bildungsroman, Angela L. Jones

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


A European Peace Order And The German Question: Legal And Political Aspects, Jost Delbruck Jan 1990

A European Peace Order And The German Question: Legal And Political Aspects, Jost Delbruck

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Shelley And Androgyny: Teaching "The Witch Of Atlas", Diane Hoeveler Jan 1990

Shelley And Androgyny: Teaching "The Witch Of Atlas", Diane Hoeveler

English Faculty Research and Publications

No abstract provided.


Integrating A Kodaly Music Curriculum Into A Developmental Early Childhood Program, Phyllis Entin Jan 1990

Integrating A Kodaly Music Curriculum Into A Developmental Early Childhood Program, Phyllis Entin

Theses and Dissertations

Nye (1975) states that the music teacher in a developmental early childhood program needs to have a "fundamental understanding of music in order to plan and organize music experiences based on reliable theories of how children think and learn" (p.41). The Kodaly approach is based on theories of child development and learning. Its specific sequential organization and developmental presentation of material separates it from other early 110 childhood music programs. The teacher trained in the Kodaly approach has a sound understanding of the musical elements presented in the song material. Both musical analysis and teaching techniques enable the teacher ...


Review: Baker Encyclopedia Of The Bible, A. Boyd Luter Jan 1990

Review: Baker Encyclopedia Of The Bible, A. Boyd Luter

LBTS Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Feminism's Search For The Feminine: Essentialism, Utopianism, And Community, Susan H. Williams Jan 1990

Feminism's Search For The Feminine: Essentialism, Utopianism, And Community, Susan H. Williams

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Is Psychology Seducing Christianity (Chapter 7 From Christians In The Crossfire), Mark R. Mcminn Jan 1990

Is Psychology Seducing Christianity (Chapter 7 From Christians In The Crossfire), Mark R. Mcminn

Faculty Publications - Grad School of Clinical Psychology

No abstract provided.


Marxist Allegory In Jack London's Alaskan Tales, Amy Elizabeth Tavidian Jan 1990

Marxist Allegory In Jack London's Alaskan Tales, Amy Elizabeth Tavidian

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Christian Public Relations Strategies And "The Last Temptation Of Christ": A Case Study, Donald Gene Beehler Jan 1990

Christian Public Relations Strategies And "The Last Temptation Of Christ": A Case Study, Donald Gene Beehler

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Natus Diformis: Hermaphrodites In Greek And Roman Art, Aileen Ajootian Jan 1990

Natus Diformis: Hermaphrodites In Greek And Roman Art, Aileen Ajootian

Bryn Mawr College Dissertations and Theses

Hermaphroditos, the personage in Greek and Roman myth and iconography possessing both male and female sexual features, first appears in Greek literary and epigraphical sources in the fourth century B.C., although a pedigree as the offspring of Hermes is not provided before the mid-first century D.C. In addition to the proper name Hermaphroditos, the term used generically, along with its adjectival form describes these Mischwesen as they are reported by various ancient authors to occur in nature. But from the inscriptions, literary testimonia, and artifacts, it appears that the Greeks and Romans considered Hermaphroditos a divinity with a ...


The Sonnet Is Alive And Well- A Study Of The Sonnets Of Richard Wilbur, John Berryman, And Gwendolyn Brooks, Michael Krenz Jan 1990

The Sonnet Is Alive And Well- A Study Of The Sonnets Of Richard Wilbur, John Berryman, And Gwendolyn Brooks, Michael Krenz

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Selective Methods Of Teaching Secondary English: The Scarlet Letter: A Study And Application Of The Collaborative And Mastery Learning Methods, Janine M. Kardas Jan 1990

Selective Methods Of Teaching Secondary English: The Scarlet Letter: A Study And Application Of The Collaborative And Mastery Learning Methods, Janine M. Kardas

Masters Theses

This study is about the relationship of content in teaching to the process in teaching for the purpose of helping students to become better readers of literature. This study investigates two selected teaching strategies supported by research to be effective, and applies them to the teaching of a canonical piece of literature, The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. This study employs literary theory in the development of the objectives and applies both cooperative learning and mastery learning methods to the teaching of this novel. Two sets of lesson plans are developed from the objectives and subsequently analyzed for their effectiveness ...


'The Savior Of The World' (John 4:42), Craig R. Koester Jan 1990

'The Savior Of The World' (John 4:42), Craig R. Koester

Faculty Publications

Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman in John 4 draws on themes of Roman imperialism and Samaria’s colonial history. The Samaritan townspeople call Jesus “the Savior of the world” (4:42), a title used for Roman emperors from Julius Caesar to Hadrian. They go out to meet Jesus and welcome him to their town, a practice used to welcome emperors and other dignitaries. Using a title of empire-wide significance emphasizes that Jesus now transcends older national divisions. The Samaritan woman speaks as an individual and representative of her people. Her personal history with five husbands parallels her national history ...


Inconsistencies In Washington Irving's Characterization Of Mahomet In The First Volume Of Mahomet And His Successors, Raymond George Lacina Jan 1990

Inconsistencies In Washington Irving's Characterization Of Mahomet In The First Volume Of Mahomet And His Successors, Raymond George Lacina

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

In 1849 Washington Irving published the first volume of Mahomet and His Successors, his contribution to the study of Islam and its Prophet. This volume, though one of two, can stand alone as a biography similar in scope to the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Life of George Washington and Oliver Goldsmith: A Biography; in it Irving focuses on the life of Mahomet, beginning with a description of the land which gave birth to the Prophet and ending with his death. The second volume, which was hastily thrown together after the publication of the first and presented to the ...


Othello And The Question Of Race: A Review Of Two Decades Of Criticism, Azmil M. Zabidi Jan 1990

Othello And The Question Of Race: A Review Of Two Decades Of Criticism, Azmil M. Zabidi

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Natives, A Collection Of Fiction And Poetry, Paul C. Brooke Jan 1990

Natives, A Collection Of Fiction And Poetry, Paul C. Brooke

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

An anthology of poetry and short fiction by Paul Clayton Brooke.


Painted Demons, William E. Rand Jan 1990

Painted Demons, William E. Rand

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

An anthology of short works of creative writing by William Ellis Rand.


The Sinking Man, Richard A. Malloy Jan 1990

The Sinking Man, Richard A. Malloy

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Anthology of poetry and short stories by Richard A. Malloy


Iowa Teachers Of The Year: A Case Study , Joane Williams Mckay Jan 1990

Iowa Teachers Of The Year: A Case Study , Joane Williams Mckay

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this case study was to construct an in-depth description of the ethos of three Iowa Teachers of the Year. Using an inductive analysis, the researcher describes the attitudes, values, and beliefs of key individuals who influenced the Teachers' of the Year in their teaching and the ecological characteristics of the classroom that influence their attitudes, values, and beliefs. On-site observations, interviews, and artifacts were the data used to generate five empirical assertions about the ethos of the Iowa Teachers of the Year;The ethos of these award-winning teachers may be described as an antithesis of what has ...


Uncle Dave Said, Hulda K. Kelly Jan 1990

Uncle Dave Said, Hulda K. Kelly

Bulloch County Historical Society Publications

A collection of stories and articles written by David Benjamin Turner, also known as “Uncle Dave,” who, along with his father, established the Bulloch Herald in 1899.


The Mystery Of The Hodges Family Legacy, Smith C. Banks Jan 1990

The Mystery Of The Hodges Family Legacy, Smith C. Banks

Bulloch County Historical Society Publications

A collection of Hodges letters regarding claims to money in the Bank of England. Includes a brief genealogy of the Hodges family


A Study Of Art Unions In The United States Of America In The Nineteenth Century, Jane Aldrich Dowling Adams Jan 1990

A Study Of Art Unions In The United States Of America In The Nineteenth Century, Jane Aldrich Dowling Adams

Theses and Dissertations

During the first half of the nineteenth century in many cities in Germany, England and the United States, free and public galleries were opened to encourage the purchase of art works. Some sponsoring organizations were controlled by artists and some by interested lay persons. All of the sponsors hoped to educate the public and to elevate artistic taste as well as to sell works of art. Many of the organizations offered a premium in the form of a yearly engraving to induce interest and to promote membership. Often there was an annual distribution of paintings and other works of art ...


Review: Philippians, A. Boyd Luter Jan 1990

Review: Philippians, A. Boyd Luter

LBTS Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Rapa Nui Journal 4#2 Summer 1990 Jan 1990

Rapa Nui Journal 4#2 Summer 1990

Rapa Nui Journal: Journal of the Easter Island Foundation

The Interpretation of Site 5-72, an Easter Island Ahu by Charles Love

Rapa Nui and the Population Explosion by Malcolm Clark, Ph.D.

Easter Island Rocker Jaws by George W. Gill, Ph.D.

The Mechanics of Reading Easter Island's Rongorongo Tablets by Robert Koll

Galapagos Reprise

Book Review

Response to the Article on the Canadian Expedition of 1964

The Brussels Rapanui Exhibition: An enigmatic experience by Dr. Steven R. Fischer

Dr. Alfred Metraux: The First Ethnologist on Easter Island by Carmen Merino de Ginesta

Mulloy Research Library Update

What's New in Hangaroa


Housing Satisfaction, Housing Quality And Method Of Dwelling Acquisition In Oaxaca De Juarez, Mexico, Patricia Lynn Strickland Jan 1990

Housing Satisfaction, Housing Quality And Method Of Dwelling Acquisition In Oaxaca De Juarez, Mexico, Patricia Lynn Strickland

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


On The Marchlands Of Empire: Trade, Diplomacy, And War On The Southeastern Frontier, 1733-1763, Michael James Foret Jan 1990

On The Marchlands Of Empire: Trade, Diplomacy, And War On The Southeastern Frontier, 1733-1763, Michael James Foret

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

Southeastern North America was the scene of international, intercultural, and interethnic frontiers during the first two-thirds of the eighteenth century. Europeans and Indians existed there in greater relative concentrations than anywhere else in North America, and each European colony and Indian nation constituted a different locus of trade, diplomacy, and war. Because of the relatively high population density and national and ethnic complexity of the region, commercial, diplomatic, and military relations there exhibited a different character than in earlier-colonized regions from Virginia northward and in the Caribbean.;The southeastern Indians existed in a state of dependency in the eighteenth century ...


Across The First Divide: Frontiers Of Settlement And Culture In Augusta County, Virginia, 1738-1770, Nathaniel Turk Mccleskey Jan 1990

Across The First Divide: Frontiers Of Settlement And Culture In Augusta County, Virginia, 1738-1770, Nathaniel Turk Mccleskey

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

This is a history of a frontier county in late colonial Virginia. Augusta County was created in 1738 and subdivided for the first time in 1770. During the intervening years it encompassed most of Virginia's claims to land west of the Blue Ridge Mountains.;As drawn by Virginians, the borders of Augusta County simultaneously encompassed two types of frontiers: a frontier of settlement on which white immigrants created a new society, and a frontier of culture in which those settlers interacted with a variety of Indians. This study examines both types of frontier experiences.;On the settlement frontier, white ...


"The House Of Life" And "In Memoriam": The Relationship Of Death To Love And Art, Cathleen Marie Calvano Jan 1990

"The House Of Life" And "In Memoriam": The Relationship Of Death To Love And Art, Cathleen Marie Calvano

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


The Tyranny Of Revolution, Jennifer Anne Bryan Jan 1990

The Tyranny Of Revolution, Jennifer Anne Bryan

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


The Role Of Alter Egos Within "David Copperfield", Stephanie Alane Eskins Jan 1990

The Role Of Alter Egos Within "David Copperfield", Stephanie Alane Eskins

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.