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Issues In Korean Language Teaching In The United States: Recent Facts And Figures, David J. Silva Dec 2006

Issues In Korean Language Teaching In The United States: Recent Facts And Figures, David J. Silva

David Silva

In this paper, we consider the current state of Korean language education, with a focus on colleges and universities in the United States. As a compilation of demographics drawn from existing sources, this work is intended to provide Korean language professionals with a sense of the place that Korean occupies in the larger linguistic landscape of the United States.


Myths And Symbols Of The American Nation, Francoise Le Jeune Pr Dec 2006

Myths And Symbols Of The American Nation, Francoise Le Jeune Pr

Francoise LE JEUNE

No abstract provided.


Representations Of The First Colonial “Civil War” In Victoria’S Reign: The Canadian Rebellions In The English Press (1837-38), Francoise Le Jeune Pr Dec 2006

Representations Of The First Colonial “Civil War” In Victoria’S Reign: The Canadian Rebellions In The English Press (1837-38), Francoise Le Jeune Pr

Francoise LE JEUNE

No abstract provided.


A Mission Of Mediation: Dalmatia’S Multi-National Regionalism, 1830s-1860s, Dominique K. Reill Dec 2006

A Mission Of Mediation: Dalmatia’S Multi-National Regionalism, 1830s-1860s, Dominique K. Reill

Dominique Kirchner Reill

No abstract provided.


Feminist Pedagogy: Diversity And Praxis In A University Context, Ann M. Oberhauser Dec 2006

Feminist Pedagogy: Diversity And Praxis In A University Context, Ann M. Oberhauser

Ann Oberhauser

As dynamic today as it was in its first decade, feminist geography continues to undergo significant change. Shifts in institutions of higher education have been fueled by a set of economically driven principles that corresponds to a corporate model of rewards and market-based learning outcomes (Dastree & Sparke, 2000). Feminist geographies challenge these developments in academia through analyses of, for example, hierarchical divisions of labor in the context of changing sociocultural and political-economic structures. This is part and parcel of an effort to transform patriarchal structures in, and the corporatization of, higher education (McDowell, 1990). As we know, feminist course content ...


El Hacha En La Sangre. Nacionalismo Y Masculinidad En Vacas, De Julio Medem, Luis Martín-Estudillo Dec 2006

El Hacha En La Sangre. Nacionalismo Y Masculinidad En Vacas, De Julio Medem, Luis Martín-Estudillo

Luis Martín-Estudillo

No abstract provided.