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KāRawāN, 1348-01-06, 1969-03-26, Abdul Haq Waleh, SạBahuddin̄ Kushkakī Mar 2969

KāRawāN, 1348-01-06, 1969-03-26, Abdul Haq Waleh, SạBahuddin̄ Kushkakī

Kārawān

The volume and issue of this edition is Kārawān, v. 2, no. 155.

The numbers in the title refer to the date of the edition, with the first set of numbers representing the Persian calendar and the second set of numbers representing the date in the Gregorian calendar.

Editor: 1969- Abdul Haq Waleh.

Title transliterated into English : Caravan.

Duwahum kal̄, Yawselu pinza pinzusuma ganạh [vol. 2, no. 155] (Hamal. 6, 1348 [March 26, 1969]).


"The Unhappy Class Of Females": An Examination Of Non-Elite White Women In The Civil War-Era South, Reagan Elizabeth Whittington May 2021

"The Unhappy Class Of Females": An Examination Of Non-Elite White Women In The Civil War-Era South, Reagan Elizabeth Whittington

Honors Theses

This thesis focuses on the perceptions and realities of non-elite white women in the South and how their lives and expectations changed from the antebellum years to the end of Reconstruction. There were many secondary sources consulted both before and during the research process for this thesis, and these sources are listed, alongside their significance, in the introduction. Most of the primary sources referenced for this thesis were newspapers printed in the South between 1850 and 1877, but United States census data and public records were also consulted. This thesis investigates how non-elite white women were expected to behave by ...


Law Library Blog (April 2021): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law Apr 2021

Law Library Blog (April 2021): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Law Library Newsletters/Blog

No abstract provided.


The Crawford Path In The News: White Mountain History And The Communications Revolutions, Susan Schibanoff Mar 2021

The Crawford Path In The News: White Mountain History And The Communications Revolutions, Susan Schibanoff

Appalachia

By 1820, at least 50 newspapers were being published in New Hampshire, and that number doubled within a few decades. The communications revolution and the rapid expansion of newspapers in the White Mountains of New Hampshire has been an underused resource for historians. The 21st-century digital revolution has made those paper accessible, and they tell the story of the oldest continually maintained footpath in America, the Crawford Path.


Lulac's Founding And The Lower Rio Grande Valley, Cynthia E. Orozco Nov 2020

Lulac's Founding And The Lower Rio Grande Valley, Cynthia E. Orozco

Fall Workshop November 2020

No abstract provided.


G. William Bouldin, More Than A Businessman, Mario M. Gutierrez Apr 2020

G. William Bouldin, More Than A Businessman, Mario M. Gutierrez

Methods of Historical Research: Spring 2020

When the average person thinks about African American history, the two major historical subjects that possibly comes to their mind are slavery and the civil rights movement. I believe this is the case because African American history is a subject with a limited curriculum in the history classes of our public schools. Possible causes for this problem could be budget restrictions, limited amounts of time in classes, or even to ‘soften’ the reality of American history. Despite these reasons, the undeniable fact is that African American History has many unresearched areas within the subject. For instance, the historical study of ...


America's Last Great Newspaper War [Table Of Contents], Mike Jaccarino Mar 2020

America's Last Great Newspaper War [Table Of Contents], Mike Jaccarino

Media Studies

A from-the-trenches view of New York Daily News and New York Post runners and photographers who would stop at nothing to break the story and squash their tabloid arch rivals.

When author Mike Jaccarino was offered a job at the Daily News in 2006, he was asked a single question: “Kid, what are you going to do to help us beat the Post?” That was the year things went sideways at the News, when The New York Post surpassed its nemesis in circulation for the first time in the history of both papers. Tasked with one job—crush the Post ...


The Changing News Paradigm Of South Mississippi’S Sun Herald As Seen Through The Eyes Of Its Journalists: 1968-2018, Judy Day Isbell Dec 2019

The Changing News Paradigm Of South Mississippi’S Sun Herald As Seen Through The Eyes Of Its Journalists: 1968-2018, Judy Day Isbell

Dissertations

From the earliest days of the American democracy, one of the key tenets of the new government was rule by an informed electorate. This notion of rule of the people, by the people, for the people was established in the first article of the United States Constitution when the houses of Congress were carefully designed, and the idea of a knowledgeable constituency was emphasized in the first amendment when among such basic freedoms as speech, religion and assembly was freedom of the press.

Newspapers in America have changed significantly since the writing of that constitution, but most particularly in the ...


Green Family Papers (Mss 674), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Aug 2019

Green Family Papers (Mss 674), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 674. Business and personal correspondence, as well as business records (chiefly invoices and statements from Louisville suppliers) for the Green family at Falls of Rough, Grayson County, Kentucky. Green operated a number of businesses, including saw mills, a grist mill, woolen mill, and a general store. He also operated a large farm raising tobacco and livestock, as well as a herd of Shetland ponies. Although his businesses are covered extensively in the correspondence and records, politics and local economic development is also discussed.


Volume 116 Issue 1, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Aug 2019

Volume 116 Issue 1, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

The Southwestern

No abstract provided.


Re-Constructing “China” In A Transnational Context, Zheng Zhu Jun 2019

Re-Constructing “China” In A Transnational Context, Zheng Zhu

Publications and Research

This study critically examines two Chinese newspapers’ representation of China as a “nation” and “culture.” Prior studies have deeply and broadly explored various ways through which China, Chinese culture, and nationalism were constructed in popular media forums. What has been missing is a continued exploration of these constructions offered by the Chinese media sources that are published outside the dominant Chinese cultural, national, and political contexts. Using World Journal and Sing Tao Daily, two major Chinese immigrant newspapers, as the texts for analysis, this study produces important findings that demonstrate how China is constructed as a contested, multi-layered, powerful, and ...


Taking A Knee: An Interpretive Study On Print News Coverage Of The Colin Kaepernick Protests, Kriston Costello Jun 2019

Taking A Knee: An Interpretive Study On Print News Coverage Of The Colin Kaepernick Protests, Kriston Costello

Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations

This study addresses the media depiction of professional athletes involvement in protest and its impact for public consumption. This paper will further seek to analyze the role of social media and its framing of political protest specifically within professional sports. The purpose of this research is to study the progression in professional athletes’ participation in protest and through textual analysis aim to understand how newspapers frame an athlete’s message. The more recent study that will be used as a frame of reference is the newspaper coverage on the Kaepernick protest and the dual relationship that the local/national media ...


‘Where Do We Go From Here?’: Discourse In Louisiana Surrounding The Foundation Of The State Of Israel, May 1948, Devan Gelle May 2019

‘Where Do We Go From Here?’: Discourse In Louisiana Surrounding The Foundation Of The State Of Israel, May 1948, Devan Gelle

University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations

A study of ten Louisiana newspapers during May 15-31,1948 revealed a period in which articles varied in their coverage of the Arab-Israeli conflict and wider international relations. Discourse about Arabs and Israelis which became evident in newspapers in later years had emerged but was not fully developed. This coverage revealed a silence about the Holocaust and a subtext about the United Nations.


Volume 115 Issue 12, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Apr 2019

Volume 115 Issue 12, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

The Southwestern

No abstract provided.


Volume 115 Issue 11, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Apr 2019

Volume 115 Issue 11, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

The Southwestern

No abstract provided.


Volume 115 Issue 10, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Apr 2019

Volume 115 Issue 10, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

The Southwestern

No abstract provided.


Volume 115 Issue 9, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Apr 2019

Volume 115 Issue 9, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

The Southwestern

No abstract provided.


Last Respects Portrait Mar 2019

Last Respects Portrait

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A photograph from a newspaper of soldiers attending Major Raoul Lufbery's grave. Text below the document "LAST RESPECTS. Gen. Clarence Edwards, commanding the 26th division at the foot of the grave of Maj. Raoul Lufbery near Toul."


The Lafayette Escadrille, John Knox Mar 2019

The Lafayette Escadrille, John Knox

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article about Major Raoul Lufbery's time as a member of the La Fayette Escadrille, which was a U.S. flying unit under French command at the time.


Luftbery, With Engine Stopped Eludes Four Hostile Airplanes Mar 2019

Luftbery, With Engine Stopped Eludes Four Hostile Airplanes

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A short newspaper article about Raoul Lufbery escaping enemy planes with his engine stopping from a punctured gas pipe.


Stone, Laurence Lobert "Larry," 1914-1993 (Sc 3361), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Mar 2019

Stone, Laurence Lobert "Larry," 1914-1993 (Sc 3361), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 3361. Letters to retired WKU faculty member Frances Richards from former student Larry Stone, co-editor and columnist for The (Central City, Kentucky) Times-Argus. A 1972 letter recalls his visits to her at the WKU campus, mentions other former teachers, and reports on his work and family. A 1975 letter reports on recent awards from the National Newspaper Association given to him and other WKU alumni.


Grise, George Calvin, 1918-1961 (Sc 3359), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Mar 2019

Grise, George Calvin, 1918-1961 (Sc 3359), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 3359. Letters and cards to WKU faculty member Frances Richards and her parents, and writings of George C. Grise. The WKU graduate, English professor at Austin Peay University, and author thanks the Richards for gifts, including a loom, and describes his life in the country near Lewisburg, Kentucky. He sends Frances Richards notices regarding the publication of his 1956 book Life With Hezzie and a 1960 writer’s workshop at Austin Peay. Includes an essay about editing WKU’s College Heights Herald newspaper, and a published article about school discipline stories. Also includes ...


Maj. Lufbery American Air King Killed Mar 2019

Maj. Lufbery American Air King Killed

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article detailing the death of Major Raoul Lufbery. The article also details his record number of enemy kills during his career.


Lufbery Vanquished In A Battle With Huge German Plane Mar 2019

Lufbery Vanquished In A Battle With Huge German Plane

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article detailing Major Raoul Lufbery's final skirmish with the German Army. The article includes interviews with Lufbery's family.


Hagerstown Man Was With Famous Ace Six Months On French Battle Front Mar 2019

Hagerstown Man Was With Famous Ace Six Months On French Battle Front

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article profiling the relationship of the "only recruited man who was a pallbearer at the funeral of Raoul Lufbery". Maximilian Bono was a soldier of orderly that was assigned to Major Lufbery as a personal servant.


Exploits Of America's Fist Air Ace, Michael Hull Mar 2019

Exploits Of America's Fist Air Ace, Michael Hull

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article complete with official U.S. Air Force photos profiling Major Raoul Lufbery as a decorated pilot and flying ace.


The Sky Raiders, Paul Whelton Mar 2019

The Sky Raiders, Paul Whelton

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article about Major Raoul Lufbery's exploits as a fighter pilot for the United States Army. Of note, this includes the "Roll of Honor" which is a list of pilots killed in action. Major Lufbery is one of the pilots on this list.


Lufbery Off To Front In Air Service, Gervais Raoul Lufbery Mar 2019

Lufbery Off To Front In Air Service, Gervais Raoul Lufbery

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article that published some of Major Raoul Lufbery's autobiographical writing discussing how he enlisted for war as well as how his career began.


Has Wallingford Forgotten? Major Raoul Lufbery: America's First Flying Ace Of World War I Mar 2019

Has Wallingford Forgotten? Major Raoul Lufbery: America's First Flying Ace Of World War I

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article detailing the life and career of ace fighter pilot Major Raoul Lufbery. Several photographs are included from across his life.


Lufbery, 'American Ace' Writes Of His Pleasure Flying For Gen. Pershing, Gervais Raoul Lufbery Mar 2019

Lufbery, 'American Ace' Writes Of His Pleasure Flying For Gen. Pershing, Gervais Raoul Lufbery

Raoul Lufbery Newspapers

A newspaper article publishing a letter written by Major Raoul Lufbery to a friend. The article also included information about his life and career as a pilot.