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The History And Future Of Music Education: Appropriation Vs. Appreciation, Sheri-Ann Nishiyama 2020 University of Puget Sound

The History And Future Of Music Education: Appropriation Vs. Appreciation, Sheri-Ann Nishiyama

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Up Against A Wall: Combating Fatigue And Oppression In Antiracist Education, Erika Horwege 2020 University of Puget Sound

Up Against A Wall: Combating Fatigue And Oppression In Antiracist Education, Erika Horwege

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Windows & Mirrors: A Collection Of Upper Elementary Chapter Books With Protagonist, Erica Gott 2020 University of Puget Sound

Windows & Mirrors: A Collection Of Upper Elementary Chapter Books With Protagonist, Erica Gott

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Facilitating Conflict Repair Between Students, Julianne Bonnell 2020 University of Puget Sound

Facilitating Conflict Repair Between Students, Julianne Bonnell

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Engaging Teaching Dilemmas To Foster Culturally Responsive And Antiracist Teaching Practice, Mary Boer, LaToya Brackett, Fred L. Hamel, Molly Pugh, Amy E. Ryken 2020 University of Puget Sound

Engaging Teaching Dilemmas To Foster Culturally Responsive And Antiracist Teaching Practice, Mary Boer, Latoya Brackett, Fred L. Hamel, Molly Pugh, Amy E. Ryken

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

This special Issue of the Race and Pedagogy Journal features artist statements and images of projects created by Master of Arts in Teaching candidates in their master’s coursework focused on developing anti-racist and culturally responsive teaching practices.


American Indian Social Work Students: Factors That Influence Success In Graduate School, Kellie A. Thompson, Arianne L. Posey, Lindsey K. Manshack 2020 Washington University in St. Louis

American Indian Social Work Students: Factors That Influence Success In Graduate School, Kellie A. Thompson, Arianne L. Posey, Lindsey K. Manshack

Buder Center for American Indian Studies Research

Introduction:

Many barriers exist for American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students pursuing advanced degrees. The Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis has a higher than average graduation rate for AI/AN students. The purpose of this article is to understand the lived experiences of AI/AN students at the Brown School and how the experiences influence graduation rates.

Methods:

This study collected data from Brown School alumni who were associated with the Buder Center between 1991 and 2013; nine interviews were analyzed.

Results:

Six themes were identified: 1) AI/AN student cohort, 2) social work skill development ...


Training American Indian And Alaska Native Social Workers For Indian Country, Molly Tovar, Kellie Thompson, Shanondora Billiot 2020 Washington University in St. Louis

Training American Indian And Alaska Native Social Workers For Indian Country, Molly Tovar, Kellie Thompson, Shanondora Billiot

Buder Center for American Indian Studies Research

This study reviews student's perspectives of an American Indian and Alaska Native Indian Studies center in a Master of Social Work degree (MSW) program from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. The article describes the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies many contributions over the years and how it continues to grow in innovative ways. This article begins by considering the social, economic, and historical circumstances that make Native-focused training in social work critical to the future of Indian Country. The article then discusses the founding of the center, the curriculum, program offerings and ...


Reevaluating Politicized Identity & Notions Of An American Political Community In The Legal & Political Process, Marvin L. Astrada JD, PhD 2020 New York University - Washington, D.C.

Reevaluating Politicized Identity & Notions Of An American Political Community In The Legal & Political Process, Marvin L. Astrada Jd, Phd

Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality

No abstract provided.


0859: Mr. And Mrs. Paul R. Cooley Sr. Civil Rights Era Newspaper Collection, Marshall University Special Collections 2020 Marshall University

0859: Mr. And Mrs. Paul R. Cooley Sr. Civil Rights Era Newspaper Collection, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

This collection contains six newspapers from West Virginia, Virginia, and New York documenting historic events that occurred during the Civil Rights Movement, specifically during the March on Washington on August 29, 1963 and the events that occurred after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 4, 1968.


The Political Pen: Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Digital Harrisburg 2020 Messiah College

The Political Pen: Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

In 1895, Alice Dunbar-Nelson published her first collection of short stories and poems, Violets and Other Tales. She also published a few plays, such as Mine Eyes Have Seen (1918) in The Crisis, the official magazine of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People. Dunbar-Nelson often used her creative works to address racism and limitations ...


Renaissance Woman: Gwendolyn Bennett, Digital Harrisburg 2020 Messiah College

Renaissance Woman: Gwendolyn Bennett, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

While she was still an undergraduate, Bennett established her reputation as a poet when her poem “Nocturne” was published in The Crisis (the journal of the NAACP), and her poem “Heritage” was published in Opportunity (a magazine published by National Urban League). Just a year later, Bennett read “To Usward, ” her tribute to novelist Jesse Fauset, at ...


Conductor Of The Old Eighth: Harriet M. Marshall, Digital Harrisburg 2020 Messiah College

Conductor Of The Old Eighth: Harriet M. Marshall, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

Harriet McClintock Marshall was born in 1840. Her mother, Catherine, was one of the founding members of Wesley Union African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, and Harriet worked with her mother to continue establishing the church's reputation. Wesley Union, located on Tanner's Alley, was a haven for those seeking freedom through the Underground Railroad. Harriet's ...


Musician And Church Leader: Hannah Braxton Jones, Digital Harrisburg 2020 Messiah College

Musician And Church Leader: Hannah Braxton Jones, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

Hannah's leadership and administrative skills extended beyond the church to civic organizations such as the House of Ruth, Good Samaritans, and Daughters of Samaritans. In addition, she was a dedicated music teacher. She did all of this while providing for her family by working as a domestic, one of the few jobs available to African-American women ...


Rhythms Of Resilience In The Eighth: From Abolition To Suffrage, Digital Harrisburg 2020 Messiah College

Rhythms Of Resilience In The Eighth: From Abolition To Suffrage, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

This exhibit seeks to honor the spirit of perseverance and resilience demonstrated by many individuals who fought for their rights and contributed positively to the community of the Old Eighth, Dauphin County, and beyond. In this year, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the 15th Amendment and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. 2020 is also ...


Ardent Activist: Anne E. Amos, Digital Harrisburg 2020 Messiah College

Ardent Activist: Anne E. Amos, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

Amos was involved in the temperance movement in Harrisburg. As a founding member of the Independent Order of Daughters of Temperance, she served as the Grand Recording Scribe and District Grand Deputy of the Good Samaritan Council, no. 1. The Council listed under her address on South Avenue functioned as a political hub in the Eighth Ward ...


Abolitionist Aunty: Jane Chester, Digital Harrisburg 2020 Messiah College

Abolitionist Aunty: Jane Chester, Digital Harrisburg

Women of the Eighth Ward

Presented on Friday, February 21 as part of Messiah College’s 2020 Humanities Symposium. This exhibit, “Vulnerabilities & Securities in Historic Harrisburg: From Abolition to Suffrage,” was produced by the Center for Public Humanities Student Fellows and Dr. Sarah Myers’s Public History Class.

Jane Morris Chester was born enslaved in Baltimore, Maryland, on July 5, 1801. Around 1828, she escaped enslavement and made a treacherous journey north to Harrisburg, where she married George Chester. After George’s death in 1859, Jane, fondly called “Aunty” by Harrisburg citizens, continued to operate the restaurant and opened a premier catering business for Harrisburg ...


0074: Letters Received By The Office Of The Adjutant General [Microfilm], 1876-1896, Marshall University Special Collections 2020 Marshall University

0074: Letters Received By The Office Of The Adjutant General [Microfilm], 1876-1896, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

These sixteen microfilm reels contain correspondence relating to military operations in the Departments of the Platte and Dakota against the Sioux tribes ("Sioux War Papers"), 1876-96. Letters are organized by date of receipt and include materials received between 1876 and 1896.


The Politics Of Annexation: Oligarchic Power In A Southern City, John V. Moeser, Rutledge M. Dennis 2020 University of Richmond

The Politics Of Annexation: Oligarchic Power In A Southern City, John V. Moeser, Rutledge M. Dennis

The Politics of Annexation

This Open Access Edition of The Politics of Annexation presents a newly formatted version of the original 1982 edition. The text itself has been edited only for non-substantive style changes and corrections. The Preface, the new Introduction (“Fifty Years Later”), and the index were prepared especially for this edition. The original edition was published by Schenkman Publishing Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is available online through the UR Scholarship Repository at https://scholarship.richmond.edu/bookshelf/307/

The Politics of Annexation examines the process of American cities using annexation of suburban areas as a tool to increase their tax base and ...


Aids And The Distribution Of Crises: Foreword, Preface, And Introduction, Alexandra Juhasz, Nishant Shahani, Jih-Fei Cheng 2020 CUNY Brooklyn College

Aids And The Distribution Of Crises: Foreword, Preface, And Introduction, Alexandra Juhasz, Nishant Shahani, Jih-Fei Cheng

Publications and Research

AIDS and the Distribution of Crises engages with the AIDS pandemic as a network of varied historical, overlapping, and ongoing crises born of global capitalism and colonial, racialized, gendered, and sexual violence. Drawing on their investments in activism, media, anticolonialism, feminism, and queer and trans of color critiques, the scholars, activists, and artists in this volume outline how the neoliberal logic of “crisis” structures how AIDS is aesthetically, institutionally, and politically reproduced and experienced.


Making The Past Present: Editor's Note, Char Miller 2020 Pomona College

Making The Past Present: Editor's Note, Char Miller

Eastern Sierra History Journal

For this inaugural volume of the ESHJ, editor Char Miller discusses the formative role that writer Mary Austin (1868-1934) has had in identifying many of the Eastern Sierra's key features, natural and human. This new journal hopes to add to the intellectual work that she launched, serving as a window into this complex, fascinating, and contested region.


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