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Logan County, Kentucky - Court Records (Mss 144), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Nov 2005

Logan County, Kentucky - Court Records (Mss 144), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 144. Full name index and subject listing (252 p.) of miscellaneous Logan County, Kentucky court records. Originals are in the archives of the Logan County Genealogical Society, Inc., Russellville, Kentucky.


2005 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Stephen D. Slane Dr., Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library Oct 2005

2005 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Stephen D. Slane Dr., Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library

Scholars and Artists Bibliographies

This bibliography was created for the annual Friends of the Michael Schwartz Library Scholars and Artists Reception, recognizing scholarly and creative achievements of Cleveland State University faculty, staff and emeriti. Dr, Steve Slane was the guest speaker.


Correspondence: To Dr. Edna Saffy From James L. “Skip” Rutherford Iii, Chairman Of The William J. Clinton Foundation, Edna Louise Saffy Oct 2005

Correspondence: To Dr. Edna Saffy From James L. “Skip” Rutherford Iii, Chairman Of The William J. Clinton Foundation, Edna Louise Saffy

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

A letter to Dr. Saffy offering a gold-plated keepsake for a donation of $35 or more as a remembrance of the first year anniversary of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center, October 24, 2005.


Irish Law 2005, Notre Dame Law School Oct 2005

Irish Law 2005, Notre Dame Law School

About the Law School

Dear Notre Dame Law School Class of 2008, Welcome as a potential student to Notre Dame Law School! We are thrilled to be among the first to receive you into our family. We know that this is an exciting time for you and that, if you are anything like we were just a couple of years ago, you probably have plenty of questions about law school and Notre Dame. That's why we've prepared the Guide. We hope it will answer many of your questions and that it will provide a window into Notre Dame Law School. We also ...


School Desegregation 50 Years After Brown: Misconceptions, Lessons Learned, And Hopes For The Future, Gary Orfield Oct 2005

School Desegregation 50 Years After Brown: Misconceptions, Lessons Learned, And Hopes For The Future, Gary Orfield

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

Papers presented for the Center of the Study of Ethics in Society Western Michigan University.


Unlv Magazine, Erin O'Donnell, Gillian Silver, Lori Bachand, Regina Barcolas, Tony Allen, Gian Galassi, Suzan Dibella, Diane Russell, Doug Mcinnis, Cate Weeks, Jennifer Robison, Holly Ivy De Vore Oct 2005

Unlv Magazine, Erin O'Donnell, Gillian Silver, Lori Bachand, Regina Barcolas, Tony Allen, Gian Galassi, Suzan Dibella, Diane Russell, Doug Mcinnis, Cate Weeks, Jennifer Robison, Holly Ivy De Vore

UNLV Magazine

No abstract provided.


Imputed Conflicts Of Interest In International Law Practice, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Oct 2005

Imputed Conflicts Of Interest In International Law Practice, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr.

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Interview With Timothy J. Carson, David Spiegel, Timothy J. Carson, Legal Oral History Project, University Of Pennsylvania Carey Law School Apr 2005

Interview With Timothy J. Carson, David Spiegel, Timothy J. Carson, Legal Oral History Project, University Of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Legal Oral History Project

For transcript, click the Download button above. For video index, click the link below.

TImothy J. Carson (W '70) has practiced in Philadelphia for forty years in the field of public sector law, especially public finance. He is currently a partner at Dilworth Paxson LLP. He is an elected Fellow of the American College of Bond Counsel.


Legal Lines In Shifting Sand: Immigration Law And Human Rights In The Wake Of September 11, Daniel Kanstroom Mar 2005

Legal Lines In Shifting Sand: Immigration Law And Human Rights In The Wake Of September 11, Daniel Kanstroom

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

In March of 2004, a group of legal scholars gathered at Boston College Law School to examine the doctrinal implications of the events of September 11, 2001. They reconsidered the lines drawn between citizens and noncitizens, war and peace, the civil and criminal systems, as well as the U.S. territorial line. Participants responded to the proposition that certain entrenched historical matrices no longer adequately answer the complex questions raised in the “war on terror.” They examined the importance of government disclosure and the public’s right to know; the deportation system’s habeas corpus practices; racial profiling; the convergence ...


Legal Positivism: The Leading Legal Theory In America, Paul R. Rickert Mar 2005

Legal Positivism: The Leading Legal Theory In America, Paul R. Rickert

Faculty Publications and Presentations

The author discusses the transition in from a Natural Law base for American Jurisprudence to legal positivism.


Melville, Slavery, And The Failure Of The Judicial Process, Steven L. Winter Mar 2005

Melville, Slavery, And The Failure Of The Judicial Process, Steven L. Winter

Law Faculty Research Publications

No abstract provided.


Oral History: Rodney Hurst. Interviewed By The University Of Florida, Kristin Dodek, Rodney Lawrence Hurst Feb 2005

Oral History: Rodney Hurst. Interviewed By The University Of Florida, Kristin Dodek, Rodney Lawrence Hurst

Textual material from the Rodney Lawrence Hurst, Sr. Papers

An Oral history about Jacksonville's Civil Rights on 2/18/2005. Box 1, Folder 4.


Certificate: Appreciation To Rodney Hurst For 2nd Annual Black History Leader Luncheon Feb 2005

Certificate: Appreciation To Rodney Hurst For 2nd Annual Black History Leader Luncheon

Textual material from the Rodney Lawrence Hurst, Sr. Papers

A certificate of appreciation from Stanton College Preparatory school on the 2nd annual Black History Leader Luncheon, February 15, 2005


Correspondence: Letter From Planned Parenthood Of Northeast Florida, Inc. Ceo, Carole Ann Steiger Jan 2005

Correspondence: Letter From Planned Parenthood Of Northeast Florida, Inc. Ceo, Carole Ann Steiger

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Thank you letter from the desk of the Chief Executive Officer, Carole Ann Steiger to Dr. Edna L. Saffy. The letter mentions Jacksonville Women’s Network.


A Dream Deferred, Ruth-Arlene W Howe Jan 2005

A Dream Deferred, Ruth-Arlene W Howe

Boston College Law School Lectures and Presentations

Presentation at the MLK Annual Unity Breakfast, Boston College, January 19, 2005.


Rhode Island Superior Court Centennial 1905-2005 Jan 2005

Rhode Island Superior Court Centennial 1905-2005

Library Archive

Booklet outlining the history of the Rhode Island Superior Court.


Cross Purposes: Remedying The Endorsement Of Symbolic Religious Speech, Jordan C. Budd Jan 2005

Cross Purposes: Remedying The Endorsement Of Symbolic Religious Speech, Jordan C. Budd

Law Faculty Scholarship

Justice O’Connor’s “perception of endorsement” standard governs the analysis of religious displays on public property for purposes of the Establishment Clause. The test rests on the perceptions of an “objective observer,” endowed with essentially perfect factual information, who assesses whether the display of religious imagery reasonably implies official endorsement of its message. Applying this standard, a well-developed jurisprudence unambiguously proscribes the permanent placement of religious symbols on public land. The remediation of these violations, however, is an ad hoc and often superficial exercise. This Article proposes a framework to realign the remedial inquiry with the rigorous assessment of ...


Some Dumb Girl Syndrome: Challenging And Subverting Destructive Stereotypes Of Female Attorneys, Ann Bartow Jan 2005

Some Dumb Girl Syndrome: Challenging And Subverting Destructive Stereotypes Of Female Attorneys, Ann Bartow

Law Faculty Scholarship

This Essay considers ways in which female attorneys confront sexism and stereotyping in the legal profession and in life, and strongly endorses embracing feminism, and wearing comfortable shoes.


Invasion Usa: Setting And National Identity In Cold War Film, Jon Radwan Jan 2005

Invasion Usa: Setting And National Identity In Cold War Film, Jon Radwan

Communication and The Arts Publications

No abstract provided.


The Perverse Paradox Of Privacy, Gary L. Mcdowell Jan 2005

The Perverse Paradox Of Privacy, Gary L. Mcdowell

Jepson School of Leadership Studies articles, book chapters and other publications

The most recent effort of the Supreme Court of the United States to define the judicially created constitutional right to privacy has demonstrated once again why that contrived right poses such a pronounced threat to constitutional self-government. In writing for the majority in Lawrence v. Texas (2003) to overrule a case of only seventeen years' standing that allowed the states to prohibit homosexual sodomy, Justice Anthony Kennedy insisted that the idea of liberty in the Constitution's due process clauses is not limited to protecting individuals form "unwarranted governmental intrusions into a dwelling or other private places" but has "transcendent ...


Justification Defenses In Situations Of Unavoidable Uncertainty: A Reply To Professor Ferzan, Paul H. Robinson Jan 2005

Justification Defenses In Situations Of Unavoidable Uncertainty: A Reply To Professor Ferzan, Paul H. Robinson

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

The objective (or "deeds") theory of justification has been attacked on the ground that one can never know for sure whether the circumstances for justification actually exist. One can only speculate as to whether the conditions exist. This is true not only for the actor at the time of the conduct for which a justification is sought but can also be true for the adjudicator after all available evidence has been gathered. The attack contains a useful insight about the nature of justifying circumstances: they necessarily contain some degree of unavoidable uncertainty. But it does not follow from this insight ...


Book Review: Francesc Relano, The Shaping Of Africa: Cosmographic Discourse And Cartographic Science In Late Medieval And Early Modern Europe (2004), Adam Robert Lucas Jan 2005

Book Review: Francesc Relano, The Shaping Of Africa: Cosmographic Discourse And Cartographic Science In Late Medieval And Early Modern Europe (2004), Adam Robert Lucas

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

The main ambition of Francesc Relan˜ o’s fascinating book The Shaping of Africa is to show how the idea of Africa, as a continent distinct from Europe and Asia, emerged between the late Middle Ages and the early modern period from a mixture of natural philosophical, theological, nautical and popular discourses, as well as from several initially separate traditions of mapmaking. He illustrates in the process that the African interior remained largely a mystery to Europeans until the late nineteenth century.


Knowing What? Radical Versus Conservative Enactivism, Daniel D. Hutto Jan 2005

Knowing What? Radical Versus Conservative Enactivism, Daniel D. Hutto

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

The binary divide between traditional cognitivist and enactivist paradigms is tied to their respective commitments to understanding cognition as based on knowing that as opposed to knowing how. Using O’Regan’s and Noe’s landmark sensorimotor contingency theory of perceptual experience as a foil, I demonstrate how easy it is to fall into conservative thinking. Although their account is advertised as decidedly ‘skill-based’, on close inspection it shows itself to be riddled with suppositions threatening to reduce it to a rules-and-representations approach. To remain properly enactivist it must be purged of such commitments and indeed all commitment to mediating ...


Religion And Indonesian Constitution: A Recent Debate, Nadirsyah Hosen Jan 2005

Religion And Indonesian Constitution: A Recent Debate, Nadirsyah Hosen

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

This article examines the recent debate on the position of syari'ah in Indonesian constitutional amendments (1999-2002). The article operates at two levels: a historical review of the debate on Islam and state in Indonesia and a theoretical effort to situate the Indonesian debate in the broader context of debates over Islam and constitutions. It argues that the rejection of the proposed amendment to Article 29, dealing with Islam, has shown that Indonesian Islam follows the substantive approach of syari'ah, not the formal one.


Modelling Agency In Hiv Decision-Making, Alison Moore Jan 2005

Modelling Agency In Hiv Decision-Making, Alison Moore

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

In applying linguistics to the task of analysing how agentivity is construed through verbal interaction, scholars often equate social agency with grammatical agency, and in particular with the grammar of transitivity. The difficulty I want to address in this paper is that we may miss other important, systematic and contrastive patterning in the agentivity with which social actors and other entities are depicted, because such agentivity is realized through a range of dispersed linguistic resources. Systemic Functional Linguistics can provide a useful framework for co-ordinating the contribution of these resources to the overall construal of agency in a text or ...


Women In The Web Of Secondary Copyright Liability And Internet Filtering, Ann Bartow Jan 2005

Women In The Web Of Secondary Copyright Liability And Internet Filtering, Ann Bartow

Law Faculty Scholarship

This Essay suggests possible explanations for why there is not very much legal scholarship devoted to gender issues on the Internet; and it asserts that there is a powerful need for Internet legal theorists and activists to pay substantially more attention to the gender-based differences in communicative style and substance that have been imported from real space to cyberspace. Information portals, such as libraries and web logs, are "gendered" in ways that may not be facially apparent. Women are creating and experiencing social solidarity online in ways that male scholars and commentators do not seem to either recognize or deem ...


Boomerangs Of Academic Freedom, Brian Martin Jan 2005

Boomerangs Of Academic Freedom, Brian Martin

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

The Ted Steele case is an important episode in the defense of academic freedom in Australia. In addition, it offers a wealth of evidence on how a dismissal, perceived as an attack on academic freedom and free speech, can boomerang on the administration. Yet the matter is more complex than a simple boomerang: the actions of dissidents and unions can also boomerang. In this paper, I examine academic boomerang dynamics through a close analysis of the Steele case.


Hegemony: Consensus, Coercion And Culture, Kylie Smith Jan 2005

Hegemony: Consensus, Coercion And Culture, Kylie Smith

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

Since the publication of the Italian Communist Antonio Gramsci's Prison Notebooks in English in the 1970s, hegemony is a concept which has been employed by many scholars, notably in Australia by Bob Connell, Terry Irving and Mike Donaldson. Recently, hegemony has become a popular word, used mainly to describe the state of international relations in the world today. In this context it is usually synonymous with descriptions of the alleged US supremacy. It is also a term that appears frequently in Cultural Studies, but usually devoid of any political, specifically class, context.


Of The Monstrous Regiment And The Family Jewels, Marett Leiboff Jan 2005

Of The Monstrous Regiment And The Family Jewels, Marett Leiboff

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

This article seeks to engage with the deeply-imbricated anxieties about post-mortem sperm harvesting, and its subsequent use by widows and fiances, in a small body of case law from Queensland and Victoria and the 2005 recommendations of the Victorian Law Reform Commission. It does so by suggesting that these anxieties can be uncovered through unstated cultural resonances about the 'proper' function of men and women in reproduction. These resonances recall some of the responses to supposed 'unnatural' and 'monstrous' behaviours of women, as they were characterised in the initial stages of the early modern period, when the emerging reason and ...


Between Expansion And Collapse, Madeleine T. Kelly Jan 2005

Between Expansion And Collapse, Madeleine T. Kelly

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

No abstract provided.