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  • McBride, Meghan Rose (2018-07)
    This study employed narrative analysis within the theoretical frameworks of critical race feminism (CRF) and Black feminist thought (BFT) to explore the lived experiences of six Black female nontraditional students at an ...
  • Hendricks, LaRonce Marie (2017-05)
    This study explored college writing through the eyes of first-year technical college students between the ages of 18 and 24. Previous research indicated that negative predispositions can be mental constraints for first-year ...
  • Carmichael, Tristin Ralpheal (2018-07)
    Under Embargo until 2028. An understanding of Black gay male college students’ lived experiences in higher education is lacking. The researcher used the critical race theory and quare theory paired together to shape ...
  • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MUSIC (NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, 2012-01-25)
    The National Association of Schools of Music was founded in 1924 for the purpose of securing a better understanding among institutions of higher education engaged in work in music; of establishing a more uniform method of ...
  • National Association Of Schools Of Music (National Association Of Schools Of Music, 2013-01-24)
    The National Association of Schools of Music was founded in 1924 for the purpose of securing a better understanding among institutions of higher education engaged in work in music; of establishing a more uniform method of ...
  • Comstock, J.L. (Pratt, Woodford, and Co., 1850)
    NATURAL HISTORY of BIRDS with Engravings, on A NEW Plan, EXHIBITING THEIR COMPARATIVE SIZE; adapted To The Capacities Of Youth; WITH AUTHENTIC ANECDOTES, illustrating Their Habits And Characters; Together With reflections, ...
  • Boykin, Margie (2020-06)
    The purpose of this research is to examine whether law enforcement officers are racially profiling minorities during traffic stops. In the Criminal Justice System, racial profiling against minorities has been a serious ...
  • NCAA Division II, Baseball Committee (Springfield, IL: NCAA Baseball Committee, 1979-05-24)
    NCAA Division II World Series Official Souvenir Program: College World Series, May 24-30, 1979. (Springfield, IL: NCAA Baseball Committee, 1979) It is my pleasure as Mayor to officially welcome you to the City of ...
  • Horn, Charles E. (Hewitt & Jaques, 1839)
  • Allen, James S. (New York: International Publishers, 1938)
    The present pamphlet is based upon an earlier brochure under the same title first published in 1932. Since then, important changes in the United States and in the world situation have rendered sections of the old pamphlet ...
  • Woodworth, C.L. ((Watertown, MASS.: Atlanta University, 1890), 1890)
    Woodworth, C.L., The Negro Problem Insoluble by Present Methods (Watertown, MASS.: Atlanta University, 1890). African Americans -- Education United States -- Education -- Training Schools African Americans -- Missions ...
  • Bernstein, Alan (2009-12)
    This mixed-methods study examined correlations between academic librarian organizational classification and sense of place (defined as job satisfaction and personal motivation) and sense of involvement with the educative ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-04-16)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- He Conquered France But Slowly: The Long, Hard Battle of Shakespeare's Fame to Overcome the Wall of Prejudice Erected By Voltaire -- But Germany Made a National ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-04-23)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916.-- Shakespeare's Comedy A Growth -- Falstaff Still Beset By Men In Buckram -- Putting Shakespeare In A Procrustes' Bed -- Look On Hamlet's Picture, And On Quixote's.
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-02-20)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- The World Today Commemorates the Great Life That Ended 300 Years Ago -- Shakespeare's Fame Still "In It's Great Morning": Famous and Popular at Thirty, His Name ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-02-27)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- Shakespeare The Great Creator of Tragedy: "In His Isolated Achievement Tragedy Climbed to Its Supreme Summit and Vanished" -- The Mines From Which He Dug His ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-03-05)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916 -- Shakespeare's Heroines As Human Beings: Others Gave Only Femininity to Their Women Characters -- The Heroines As Viewed From the Stage: On Every Fresh Perusal of ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-03-12)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- Odds Against Shakespeare on Stage Today: This Is a Generation in Which Theatre Audiences Have Been Carefully Trained Away From Him -- The Actor's Problems With ...
  • Unknown author (The New York Times, 1916-03-26)
    The New York Times: Shakespeare Tercentenary: 1616-1916. -- How Each Age Finds New Flaws in Shakespeare: Each Praises---But Rewrites Him, And Is Laughed at by the Next -- How He Used Masques, The Craze of the Day: Gay ...
  • Betts, Kristen (2013-03-22)
    The ubiquity of technology and advancements in telecommunications has transformed the higher education landscape. Today’s students are seeking high quality and engaging curriculum with innovative support services and ...