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New York Modern: The Arts And The City, Peter Rutkoff, Will Scott Nov 2015

New York Modern: The Arts And The City, Peter Rutkoff, Will Scott

Will Scott

No abstract provided.


New York Between The World Wars, Will Scott, Peter Rutkoff, Debra Balken Aug 2015

New York Between The World Wars, Will Scott, Peter Rutkoff, Debra Balken

Peter Rutkoff

No abstract provided.


The Growth Of Federal Authority, 1929-40, Terry Irving Jan 2014

The Growth Of Federal Authority, 1929-40, Terry Irving

Terence H Irving, Dr (Terry)

This chapter covers the period of economic crisis in which Labor returns to government at the national level, splits and loses office, and rebuilds its strength in a long process of asserting the authority of the Federal Parliamentary Party against the state branches and the factions they often spawned. It begins with Scullin's victory and ends with the new leader, Curtin, poised to make Labor the party of government in another moment of national crisis.


Why Creativity, Why Now?, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Jan 2012

Why Creativity, Why Now?, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

In 2006 the Association of American Colleges and Universities surveyed 306 businesses to determine the most valuable skills that institutions of higher learning should be teaching, and the Top Three were (in order) teamwork, critical thinking, and communication. Yet in 2010 when IBM’s Institute for Business Values asked 1500 chief executives what leadership competency they championed above all others, voters selected none of the winners from three years before. Instead, the new American idol was creativity.


Bloody Ground: Stories Of Mystery And Intrigue From Kentucky, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Nov 2011

Bloody Ground: Stories Of Mystery And Intrigue From Kentucky, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

In the 1770's before Daniel Boone finally settled at Boonesborough, he made many forays into "Cantucke," mentally mapping the territory, taking what game he could, and establishing relationships with the Shawnee and settlers. He started with a curiosity about a land he knew little of and ended up becoming its most famous inhabitant. In the 1970's in Richmond, about ten miles from Boone's fort, we sat down in a booth at a local McDonald's and started writing--short stories, plays, novels, magazine columns, newspaper articles, and academic papers. One of us was a native Kentuckian and the ...


"Both Sides Now" Ii: Some Practical Suggestions For Creative Writing Exercises In The Literature Classroom, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Nov 2011

"Both Sides Now" Ii: Some Practical Suggestions For Creative Writing Exercises In The Literature Classroom, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

Outlines effective and practical creative writing assignments given to literature students. Concludes that writing short, imaginative summaries provides a change of pace from the usual lecture, discussion, and group work formats of literature classes.


"Both Sides Now" Iii: A Creative Writing Exercise In The Literature Classroom, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Nov 2011

"Both Sides Now" Iii: A Creative Writing Exercise In The Literature Classroom, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

Details a creative writing assignment used in literature classes to help students better grasp the principles of literature from the inside out. Suggests this method should be employed more often in survey classes.


"Both Sides Now": The Evolution Of An Approach To Teaching Fiction, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Nov 2011

"Both Sides Now": The Evolution Of An Approach To Teaching Fiction, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

Discusses the connections between creative writing and literary criticism. Explains experience of combining a literature and creative writing class. Concludes the combination results in both groups gaining a greater understanding of each others' crafts.


Review Of Quest: The Search For Meaning Through Christ By Diogenes Allen, Second Edition, Robert B. Slocum Dec 2001

Review Of Quest: The Search For Meaning Through Christ By Diogenes Allen, Second Edition, Robert B. Slocum

Theology Faculty Research and Publications

No abstract provided.


The Year Of Sport And Society In Review, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 2001

The Year Of Sport And Society In Review, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Normally I don't do a year in review piece although I think I did review the year in Sport and Society one time. I will do it because of the fact that one event so dominated American consciousness this past year that it will make this calendar year a very memorable and special one.


Aristotle On Knowledge, Nous And The Problems Of Necessary Truth, Thomas Kiefer Dec 2001

Aristotle On Knowledge, Nous And The Problems Of Necessary Truth, Thomas Kiefer

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

In this paper, I argue that nous for Aristotle concerns necessary truths. (1) Nous is the solution to the dilemma raised in Posterior Analytics I.3. (2) Knowledge and nous have necessary truths as their subject matter, and are identical to this subject matter. (3) This position creates two problems concerning (i) the innateness of knowledge and nous, and (ii) the mind-dependency of necessary truths. (4) The end of DA III.5 reveals an attempt to solve (i) and (ii): The necessary truths of knowledge and nous are for us innate in a certain way, appear to come to be ...


Martin Bucer And The Church Fathers In The Cologne Reformation, Amy Nelson Burnett Dec 2001

Martin Bucer And The Church Fathers In The Cologne Reformation, Amy Nelson Burnett

Faculty Publications, Department of History

Martin Bucer’s theology is perhaps the most difficult of all the major reformers to characterize because of its evolving nature. Although there are certainly fundamental features that remained constant through his career, what makes Bucer so unusual and so fascinating is the evolution of his thought as he worked out the implications of those fundamental beliefs and their specific applications over his years of experience as pastor, teacher and church organizer.


Entry On Anne Carson, Ian Rae Dec 2001

Entry On Anne Carson, Ian Rae

Ian Rae

No abstract provided.


Justified By Faith And Judged By Works: A Biblical Paradox And Its Significance, Mark Seifrid Dec 2001

Justified By Faith And Judged By Works: A Biblical Paradox And Its Significance, Mark Seifrid

Other Faculty Scholarship

Within the space of two short chapters in Romans, Paul declares, “It is not the hearers of the Law who are righteous before God, rather those who do the Law shall be justified” (Rom 2:13); and, “According to our evaluation, a person is justified by faith apart from the works of the Law” (Rom 3:28).


"Ali" The Film: A Review, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 2001

"Ali" The Film: A Review, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Across the world in this century there is no other sports figure better known and more admired than Muhammad Ali. In the United States there may be no sports figure more admired and reviled in any century than Muhammad Ali. For these and other reasons the opening of the film "Ali" today is a much-anticipated event.


Religious Life, Sandra Marie Schneiders Dec 2001

Religious Life, Sandra Marie Schneiders

Jesuit School of Theology

Religious life is a generic term for a variety of forms of Christian life that originated, as a radical response to the gospel, in the rst century and continue to develop in the present, predominantly among Roman *Catholics and *Eastern Orthodox but also, especially recently, among Protestants and Anglicans. The Protestant community of *Taize in France has fostered ecumenical exchange.


Rahel Levin Varnahagen: Harnessing The Ability To Become, Mareena Smith Dec 2001

Rahel Levin Varnahagen: Harnessing The Ability To Become, Mareena Smith

Resources

Rahel Levin Varnhagen: Influence of a Jewess on German Romanticism. Life is not always a box of chocolates, especially if one is part of a marginalized race, religion or gender. Since all three apply to Rahel Levin Varnhagen, one can easily imply that she did not live an easy life. She was raised as a Jewess in a time when Jews were welcome in society but not yet fully integrated into it. As a woman she was limited to a particular lifestyle as well, and yet she took advantage of her surroundings to make a place for herself in the ...


As220: Up Stairs Hallway December 20, 2001, Ryan Rooney, Mike Richard, Gavin Richard, Mathew Hoard Dec 2001

As220: Up Stairs Hallway December 20, 2001, Ryan Rooney, Mike Richard, Gavin Richard, Mathew Hoard

AS220 Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 026, Number 20, December 17, 2001, Grand Valley State University Dec 2001

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 026, Number 20, December 17, 2001, Grand Valley State University

2001-2002, Volume 26

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


2001-2002 Elán Wind Quintet, David Suarez, Lee Berger, Stas Pomerants, Alexander Plotkin, Sharon Case, Mihaela Buhaiciuc, Arthur Weisberg Dec 2001

2001-2002 Elán Wind Quintet, David Suarez, Lee Berger, Stas Pomerants, Alexander Plotkin, Sharon Case, Mihaela Buhaiciuc, Arthur Weisberg

Other Student Recitals

No abstract provided.


Lucy Brownlee Dec 2001

Lucy Brownlee

African American Funeral Programs, Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, Bulloch County, Georgia

No abstract provided.


George O'Leary And Notre Dame's Integrity, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 2001

George O'Leary And Notre Dame's Integrity, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

George O'Leary's tenure as head football coach at the University of Notre Dame was shorter than even his most vehement detractors had predicted. It took him only five days to self-destruct which could be a NCAA record.


2001-2002 Interactive Piano Workshop, Roberta Rust, Hyun-Soo Lee, Ross Salvosa, Alex Tchobanov Dec 2001

2001-2002 Interactive Piano Workshop, Roberta Rust, Hyun-Soo Lee, Ross Salvosa, Alex Tchobanov

Studio Recitals

No abstract provided.


The Informed Imagination: Researching And Building A Character’S Identity, Jeremy William Hilgert Dec 2001

The Informed Imagination: Researching And Building A Character’S Identity, Jeremy William Hilgert

Theses and Dissertations

An actor’s duty to the play is to present the most fully formed and vivid interpretation of the character. To do so, the actor must have an understanding of how that particular character developed their own sense of identity. This should be constructed not from the actor’s personal experience but from an informed imaginative experience founded on research and analysis. As pedagogues we are challenged with attempting to give young actors the skills for such an analysis. I have developed a formula to aid the actor in creating the foundations for such an interpretation founded upon the sociological ...


2001-2002 Student Spotlight, Douglas Goldberg, Martin Gueorguiev, Ying Huang, Hyun-Soo Lee, Alexander Plotkin, Tao Lin Dec 2001

2001-2002 Student Spotlight, Douglas Goldberg, Martin Gueorguiev, Ying Huang, Hyun-Soo Lee, Alexander Plotkin, Tao Lin

Other Student Recitals

No abstract provided.


2001-2002 Senior Recital - Simon Kovacs (Clarinet), Simon Kovacs, Jodie Desalvo, Douglas Goldberg Dec 2001

2001-2002 Senior Recital - Simon Kovacs (Clarinet), Simon Kovacs, Jodie Desalvo, Douglas Goldberg

Junior and Senior Recitals

No abstract provided.


2001-2002 Junior Recital - Douglas Goldberg (Percussion), Douglas Goldberg, Jodie Desalvo, Paula Linder, Elizabeth Alvarado Dec 2001

2001-2002 Junior Recital - Douglas Goldberg (Percussion), Douglas Goldberg, Jodie Desalvo, Paula Linder, Elizabeth Alvarado

Junior and Senior Recitals

No abstract provided.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 026, Number 19, December 10, 2001, Grand Valley State University Dec 2001

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 026, Number 19, December 10, 2001, Grand Valley State University

2001-2002, Volume 26

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Review Of: David Matthews, The Invention Of Middle English, Richard Utz Dec 2001

Review Of: David Matthews, The Invention Of Middle English, Richard Utz

Richard Utz

No abstract provided.


Review Of David Matthews, The Invention Of Middle English, Richard Utz Dec 2001

Review Of David Matthews, The Invention Of Middle English, Richard Utz

Medieval Institute Affiliated Faculty & Staff Publications

No abstract provided.