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Arming the Slaves: From Classical Times to the Modern Age - Edited by Christopher Leslie Brown and Philip D. Morgan

Manisha Sinha
2008 The historian  
Mulberry, under the direction of Roger Saul, has based its aesthetic on a stereotype of the British upper class in the 1930s: the tweeds, the leather, the tailoring, the floral dresses, the "huntin', fishin  ...  The title is slightly misleading; the book is not a general assessment of dress, nationality, and globalization in Britain, but an examination of these in the context of two specific companies and how  ...  Robin offers a thorough contextualization of several important firsts in the emergence of female writers in Italy: for example, the first lecture on a female literary work; the first register of women  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-6563.2008.00221_68.x fatcat:5lgzdc7invhbdhsdqngflwv5bq

Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics

2003 Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics  
This paper develops an overlapping generations model in which a baby boom is modeled as a high realization of a random birth rate, and the price of capital is determined endogenously by a convex cost of  ...  AB Is the stock market boom a result of the baby boom?  ...  The outcome measures include literacy, whether a child attends school, whether a child lives in a female headed household, and two measures of adult occupation.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0951007900006185 fatcat:zzvpuctu4jhrxa5yh7d45rp75a

SFMA, MoMA and the Codification of Bay Region Architecture (1935-1953)

José Parra-Martínez, John Crosse
2019 VLC Arquitectura  
Conceived under founding director Grace Morley, a series of pioneering events first presented Bay Area architects' work as interdependent with the region's rich geographical and cultural context, offering  ...  <p>This paper addresses the under-recognized implications of SFMA's early architectural exhibition program.  ...  1950 ," American Federation of Arts records, 1895-1993, bulk 1909-1969  ... 
doi:10.4995/vlc.2019.10939 fatcat:wlvtelbzmjdw7eturscaj7qznq

Beyond Memory: The Crimean Tatars' Deportation and Return. By Greta Lynn Uehling (New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004) 333 pp. $79.95 cloth $26.95 paper

J. Otto Pohl
2007 Journal of Interdisciplinary History  
Tucker assesses a wide-ranging array of historical work (from Ranke to the Annales school and current scholars) in order to explore how historians operate in practice, and he writes sympathetically of  ...  of the past" (84).  ...  First is the issue of language.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jinh.2007.37.3.457 fatcat:ng7lgq564fet3ohek7wq3bkogm

Her Dream Home : Domesticity and Gender in Advertising in Arts & Architecture = El Hogar de sus Sueños: domesticidad y género en la Publicidad de Arts & Architecture

Daniel Díez Martínez
2021 Cuaderno de Notas  
The domestic space became again a distinctly female ecosystem.  ...  Women were mostly assigned an ornamental role as passive consumers, but occasionally they were portrayed as experts capable of instructing architects on how to design the home.ResumenEl final de la Segunda  ...  Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky, the first female Austrian architect, an old collaborator of Adolf Loos, produced over Nixon: This is our newest model.  ... 
doi:10.20868/cn.2021.4748 fatcat:2tjsdtux3jchlawxfvh3gurtw4

Women in Mammalogy: The Early Years

Barbara R. Stein
1996 Journal of Mammalogy  
Louise Kellogg was the first American woman to publish scientific papers on mammals.  ...  The first female mammalogists in the United States were collecting, studying, and even publishing on mammals for more than a quarter of a century prior to the establishment of The American Society of Mammalogists  ...  They acknowledged her in the books and papers they published and in their correspondence with her.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1382669 fatcat:7wyshrb2hzcxvkeevxuxzn2a7u

Technical Notes

Clark Nelson
1980 The American Archivist  
Of that population, the male mean was $18,721, female was $15,230. Of interest is the $31,710 mean salary reported by those persons who did not check either the male or female block of the survey.  ...  The exhibits use copies of archival documents to illustrate California's past.  ...  Now you can gain access to the lives and experiences of women-wellknown and unknown-through their letters, personal and professional papers, tape recordings, photographs, and other documents-and through  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.43.1.536511t3635u1542 fatcat:rtt7wr5m6venxfwerubco6pxsi

Arizona's Senate Bill 1070: Targeting the Other1 and Generating Discourses and Practices of Discrimination and Hate

William Arrocha
2011 Journal of Hate Studies  
The state of Arizona, through its Senate Bill 1070, has made legal the practice of profiling as one of the key tools to regulate migration and differentiate those who are presumed to be residing in the  ...  History has shown us that when the state and large sectors of civil society exclude the "other" and criminalize his/her presence, hate toward the "other" is the most common result.  ...  Some of the possible alternatives will be explored in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.33972/jhs.77 fatcat:e7gbfawvz5hr5aex23fdjdf5oe

Elements Spring 2017 Issue

Betty Wang
2017 Elements  
This paper will focus on the policy option to ban bottled water in select cities and college campuses. First, the paper will analyze the behavior of consumers.  ...  of black female protestors.  ...  Breck's main areas of interest within economics include economic development and economics of the public sector. List of Artwork Portrait of the writer fyodor dostoyevsky in 1872  ... 
doi:10.6017/eurj.v13i1.9938 fatcat:fpqttjy45zerjiakrttmcvs244

BOOK REVIEWS

2005 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute  
. £15.99 (paper) This edited collection explores the intersec- tions of gender and modernity/ies through a number of ethnographic case studies.  ...  Girl making: a cross-cultural ethnography on the processes of growing up female. xv, 296 pp., illus., bibliogr.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9655.2005.00241.x fatcat:kqzeljuleretneb6bbxj2claeq

Populist Placemaking: Spatial Regulating to Advance Open Government-Citizen Discourse

Michael N. Widener
2017 Social Science Research Network  
under California's statutes.  ...  Morgan, supra note 11, at 174. The City of Phoenix's first General Plan map, adopted in 1985, promoted as a long-range guide for the city, fundamentally represented conditions on the ground.  ...  These citizens desire to observe first-hand, in real time, what officials witness in the field. 317 See Berman, supra note 138, at 6.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3087689 fatcat:l4lcjzhwuja33pqz3tt5uvdy5a

History of Science and Technology

1991 Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society  
Cray is one of the most famous computer architects, capturing the imagination of the country with Cray supercomputers in the 1970s.  ...  Dijkstra, Private Correspondence, 1981, Edsger W. Dijkstra Papers, 1948 Archives of American Mathematics, Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.270 Edsger W.  ...  Appendix Two Original Research Below is pseudo code for a flight search program, first in the style of structured programming and then in the style of ad hoc coding of the 1960s.  ... 
doi:10.1177/027046769101100610 fatcat:xac6li3shraexpvdhi66lwu22u

Abstracts From the 2021 Health Care Systems Research Network Annual Conference

2021 Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews  
In this pilot study, we examined patients' perceptions of treatment decisions and the factors they considered important when selecting first-line treatment for MM.  ...  The network's annual conference serves as a forum for member institutions to highlight research findings, explore new collaborations, and share insights and opportunities.  ...  Methods: A mixed-methods developmental evaluation of KP Southern California's Pediatric ACEs Pilot Program was conducted to explore 4 research aims: 1) understand the current burden of pediatric ACEs (  ... 
doi:10.17294/2330-0698.1882 pmid:34541021 pmcid:PMC8415292 fatcat:qld7pvpbfrde5komlkp7ikimcm

The Growth of incarceration in the United States: exploring causes and consequences

2014 ChoiceReviews  
Deterrence: A review of the evidence by a criminologist for economists. Annual Review of Economics, 5, 83-105. Nagin, D.S. (2013b). Deterrence in the twenty-first century: A review of the evidence.  ...  The weight of the evidence supporting the conclusions we offer in this section was clear during the 1980s and 1990s, as is shown by the findings of a series of National Research Council studies (e.g.,  ...  and the health of female inmates.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.185911 fatcat:y7ww2dxiqnbkzdhqhzwpijcuw4

Volume 64.2 (2019)

2019 American Studies  
From the assumption of a "tropical south" (and the interpretation of Columbus as either a hero or a destroyer) Latin America emerged in the northern imagination as both "inferior and desirable " (55,  ...  While discourses of Latin Americanism started being propagated on a wider scale in the young United States in the early nineteenth century, when most Latin American colonies of Spain and Portugal declared  ...  However, the rewriting and revisioning of classical myth by female American fiction writers has not been thoroughly explored by literary and cultural scholars.  ... 
doi:10.33675/amst/2019/2/1 fatcat:rrsrylupy5bcdc7szab7it4ax4
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