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Mutual Aid As Spiritual Tacit Knowledge Within Doukhobor Epistemology, Rachel Neubuhr Torres 2021 Portland State University

Mutual Aid As Spiritual Tacit Knowledge Within Doukhobor Epistemology, Rachel Neubuhr Torres

University Honors Theses

The relationship between Michael Polanyi’s concept of tacit knowledge and religion is a topic that is rarely explored. Applying tacit knowledge to the study of religion and spirituality allows us to think about how we connect with the world and how we address the concern of what one feels to be true of their existence, or existential intuition. In the latter half of the 1800s the Russian prince turned anarchist, Peter Kropotkin, wrote extensively on the theory of mutually beneficial cooperation, or mutual aid, as being one of the most important factors of evolution. As Kropotkin began writing his ...


Ja Rusyn Byl (I Am Rusyn): Household Folk Music As Resistance To Oppression, Spencer McNeill 2021 Duquesne University

Ja Rusyn Byl (I Am Rusyn): Household Folk Music As Resistance To Oppression, Spencer Mcneill

Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium

The Rusyns are a people indigenous to the Carpathian Mountains and its surrounding areas. Despite attempts by the Ukrainian government and surrounding nations to silently erase Rusyn culture from history, the Rusyn people have a distinct identity independent from that of any bordering nation. This unique identity is best outlined through Rusyn folk songs which depict pastoral images of the Carpathian homeland and patriotic tales of Rusyn ancestry. Much work to date has already been done documenting post Velvet Revolution revival of Rusyn culture. Because of this, I will instead focus on the lesser-known time prior and leading up to ...


Loss Of Obstetric Services In Rural Appalachia: A Qualitative Study Of Community Perceptions, Caroline R. Efird, David Dry, Rachel F. Seidman 2021 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Loss Of Obstetric Services In Rural Appalachia: A Qualitative Study Of Community Perceptions, Caroline R. Efird, David Dry, Rachel F. Seidman

Journal of Appalachian Health

Background: As rural hospitals across the United States increasingly downsize or close, the availability of inpatient obstetric services continues to decline in rural areas. In rural Appalachia, the termination of obstetric services threatens to exacerbate the existing risk of adverse birth outcomes for women and infants, yet less is known about how the cessation of these services affects the broader community.

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explain how the loss of local obstetric services affects perceptions of healthcare among multi-generational residents of a remote, rural Appalachian community in western North Carolina.

Methods: An interdisciplinary team of researchers ...


Deneen Griffin, Interviewed By Jon Goehring, Jacob Tynan, Betul Duru, Jonathan Goehring 2021 SUNY Brockport

Deneen Griffin, Interviewed By Jon Goehring, Jacob Tynan, Betul Duru, Jonathan Goehring

Interviews With Students Past & Present

Deneen Griffin was raised in a very diverse family and went to a Catholic school until she decided to transfer into public school. Her friends and family members attended public schools and Griffin wanted the same experience. However, after attending public school she found her new school to be remedial. The education she was receiving was not as advanced as she was used to in Catholic school. Griffin soon decided to drop out of high school and receive her GED, after she attended MCC and received her associates’ degree. For several years she operated her own businesses and decided to ...


Rosie Rich, Interviewed By Layla Taha, Jacob Tynan, Betul Duru, Layla Taha 2021 SUNY Brockport

Rosie Rich, Interviewed By Layla Taha, Jacob Tynan, Betul Duru, Layla Taha

Interviews With Staff Past & Present

Rosie Rich was raised in Endicott, New York and grew up in a large Italian family that was involved in various sports. She attended SUNY Cortland, where she earned a Bachelor’s in Physical Education and Health. She then attended the University of Buffalo, where she earned a Master of Education with a concentration of counseling and international education. Her reasoning behind her masters degree was that it led to different arenas after graduation. Rich was a physical education instructor at Troy high school and SUNY Brockport for several years. She later went on to start a program of health ...


Grace Pulcini, Interviewed By Sara Cocca, Jacob Tynan, Betul Duru, Sara Cocca 2021 SUNY Brockport

Grace Pulcini, Interviewed By Sara Cocca, Jacob Tynan, Betul Duru, Sara Cocca

Interviews With Students Past & Present

Grace Pulcini is pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in History at SUNY Brockport. Pulcini initially enrolled in SUNY Geneseo but decided to transfer to SUNY Brockport her first semester for personal reasons. She currently plans on receiving her Masters’ in Public history and museum studies and might pursue a PhD in history in the future.


Michael Latona, Interviewed By Jon Goehring, Jacob Tynan, Jon Goehring, Betul Duru 2021 SUNY Brockport

Michael Latona, Interviewed By Jon Goehring, Jacob Tynan, Jon Goehring, Betul Duru

Interviews With Students Past & Present

Michael Latona is working towards becoming a history teacher at a high school level at SUNY Brockport. Latona received his associate's from MCC, and soon after moved to California with his friends. In California, Latona created a business in the Bitcoin industry. After five years of living in California, he decided to move back and study towards becoming a teacher. Since then, he has had first hand experience in classrooms as a substitute and a classroom observer. Latona wants to become a mentor to his students and make the classroom and the institute a better place.


Stories Behind The Brick And Mortar: Voices Of Mississippi University For Women, Lauren Harmon 2021 Mississippi University for Women

Stories Behind The Brick And Mortar: Voices Of Mississippi University For Women, Lauren Harmon

Merge

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The Crack Epidemic And The Transformation Of Hip Hop: A Bronx Tale, Mark Naison 2021 Fordham University

The Crack Epidemic And The Transformation Of Hip Hop: A Bronx Tale, Mark Naison

Occasional Essays

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Two Parties One Year Apart, Kelci Baughman McDowell 2021 Santa Clara University

Two Parties One Year Apart, Kelci Baughman Mcdowell

Isolation - Physically Separated and Wearing Masks

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A Nation Of Pride, Sunkyo Chung 2021 Santa Clara University

A Nation Of Pride, Sunkyo Chung

General and Other Stories During COVID-19

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A Return To The Family Dinners We Never Had, Theresa Conefrey 2021 Santa Clara University

A Return To The Family Dinners We Never Had, Theresa Conefrey

General and Other Stories During COVID-19

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Learning To Pay Attention, Anonymous 2021 Santa Clara University

Learning To Pay Attention, Anonymous

General and Other Stories During COVID-19

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No Hugs, Sandra Jamaleddine 2021 Santa Clara University

No Hugs, Sandra Jamaleddine

General and Other Stories During COVID-19

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On Losing A Best Friend, Samantha Prasad 2021 Santa Clara University

On Losing A Best Friend, Samantha Prasad

General and Other Stories During COVID-19

No abstract provided.


Covid-19_Umaine News_Media Preview Talks About Jack Pine Project Pandemic Workshops, University of Maine Division of Marketing and Communications 2021 The University of Maine

Covid-19_Umaine News_Media Preview Talks About Jack Pine Project Pandemic Workshops, University Of Maine Division Of Marketing And Communications

Division of Marketing & Communications

Screenshot of UMaine in the News regarding the Village Soup, Centralmaine.com and the Sun Journal promoted talks by three facilitators who participated in the University of Maine's Jack Pine Project on April 16 and 23, 2021.


Ending A Chapter, Katrina Rudd 2021 Santa Clara University

Ending A Chapter, Katrina Rudd

General and Other Stories During COVID-19

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My Pandemic Marathon, Minnie Uyen Thai 2021 Santa Clara University

My Pandemic Marathon, Minnie Uyen Thai

Isolation - Physically Separated and Wearing Masks

No abstract provided.


Our Legacy: Stories From Prince Edward County, Virginia, Moton Museum, Longwood University 2021 Longwood University

Our Legacy: Stories From Prince Edward County, Virginia, Moton Museum, Longwood University

Prince Edward Histories

Volume 4, Ed. 1


Afn 121 Yoruba Tradition And Culture, Remi Alapo 2021 CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College

Afn 121 Yoruba Tradition And Culture, Remi Alapo

Open Educational Resources

A class presentation as part of the discussion on West Africa about the instructor’s Yoruba Heritage, Research, Tradition and Culture in the AFN 121 course: History of African Civilizations on April 20, 2021.


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