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Electrifying Europe: The Power of Europe in the Construction of Electricity Networks (review)

William J. Hausman
2010 Technology and Culture  
Yet on a daily basis Colijn. LoN doc, ser., C.144.M.45.1931.VII. Geneva: LoN, 1931  ...  At the International Economic Conference, electricity was one topic on the table.  ...  : University of Minnesota Press, 1996), 99.  ... 
doi:10.1353/tech.2010.0014 fatcat:jeae7fpnj5d4zkq27mam2eanvm

Two Tales of Viking Diversity: A Comparative Study of the Immigrant Integration Policies of Denmark and Sweden,1960-2006

Mahama Tawat
2011 Social Science Research Network  
That is, the disapproval of immigrants' cultural practices in the public sphere but the non-interference of the state in the private sphere as long as these practices did not harm the majority.  ...  Despite the fear of globalization, a rise in the number of refugees, and xenophobia from the 1990s onwards, all these policies were "locked" in their trajectories. Total number of words: 95, 914.  ...  of Minnesota Press, p. 266.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2052017 fatcat:r73z2rloxrcelajlrjtk4wyfte

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V Lyubchich, N Oza, A Rhines, E Szekely, I Ebert-Uphoff, C Monteleoni
2017 Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Climate Informatics: CI 2017. NCAR Technical Note NCAR/TN-536+PROC   unpublished
It has been the seventh International Workshop on Climate Informatics and we believe it had much success in accelerating discovery at the intersection of these disciplines.  ...  With trendy names, such as "data science", "deep learning", and "big data analytics", coming and going, the climate informatics scientists do their best in unraveling the history of the Earth's climate  ...  , KS. 6 Computer Science & Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. 7 Geological Sciences, University of Texas, El Paso, TX. 8 Instituto de Geofisica, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de  ... 

The Power of the Local Site: A Comparative Approach to Colonial Black Christs and Medieval Black Madonnas

Raphaèle Preisinger
2017 unpublished
Irving Hallowell, one of the most perceptive students of Anishinaabe worldview, conducted fieldwork in Northern Ontario during the 1930s.  ...  They have painted their bodies and their clothing with red ochre and placed it in burials to protect the dead. 11 On some rock faces, washes of red ochre occur rather than paintings.  ...  "Form Follows Effect: Third Text: Critical Perspectives on of Art. 33. Internationaler Kuns-and Diaspora-Based Blackness," national Committee of the History Estéticas, UNAM, 2007.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-213599 fatcat:bsmjgo2bb5bivppch6brjs22jq