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Voices In French Fiction: A Journey Of Self-Discovery, Marlene Ladouceur Nov 2005

Voices In French Fiction: A Journey Of Self-Discovery, Marlene Ladouceur

All Regis University Theses

The purpose of this project was to write a novella in French, where the protagonist's identity is a creation of the place where she lives and the multiplicity of voices that interact with her. This author researched various French works of fiction and folktales from Québec, Canada, Martinique, and South Louisiana. These stories functioned as background and examples of an individual's need and necessity to affirm its identity, as the individual relates to land and nature, through the creative act of storytelling. Further, this author researched fiction's element of voice and specifically, how land and nature obtain ...


The Joy Of Jesus' Resurrection (Video File), Gary R. Habermas Oct 2005

The Joy Of Jesus' Resurrection (Video File), Gary R. Habermas

LBTS Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Anth3160 - Anthropology Of Religion, Fall 2005, Richley Crapo Aug 2005

Anth3160 - Anthropology Of Religion, Fall 2005, Richley Crapo

Anthropology - OCW

This course presents a theoretical analysis of religion as a cultural phenomenon. It explores the functional relationships between religion, culture, society, and the individual.


Thea1010 - Understanding Theatre, Fall 2005, David Sidwell Aug 2005

Thea1010 - Understanding Theatre, Fall 2005, David Sidwell

Theatre Arts - OCW

The goal of this course is to understand the arts of theatre, their application to daily life and to the enjoyment of theatre as an art form.


Zephyrus, Western Kentucky University Jan 2005

Zephyrus, Western Kentucky University

Student Creative Writing

No abstract provided.


Jumping The Shark (2005), Frank Felice Jan 2005

Jumping The Shark (2005), Frank Felice

Music Faculty Scores

Clarinet and wind ensemble – composed for Daisy Chew – premiered by her and the Butler Wind Ensemble (Robert Grechesky, conductor), February 2006


Chin1020 - First Year Chinese Ii, Spring 2005, Li Li Jan 2005

Chin1020 - First Year Chinese Ii, Spring 2005, Li Li

Languages, Philosophy and Speech Communication - OCW

This course provides an understanding of basic principles of Chinese speaking and written language. The focus in Chinese 1020 is on pronunciation and simple Chinese character writing.

Technical Requirements: Windows Media Player is necessary to view some files in this course. Quicktime Player is necessary to view some files in this course.


Chin1010 - First Year Chinese I, Spring 2005, Li Li Jan 2005

Chin1010 - First Year Chinese I, Spring 2005, Li Li

Languages, Philosophy and Speech Communication - OCW

This course provides an understanding of basic principles of Chinese speaking and written language. The focus in Chinese 1010 is on pronunciation and simple Chinese character writing. Note: Windows Media Player or QuickTime Player are necessary to view some files in the course.


Autobiography, William A. Pannapacker Jan 2005

Autobiography, William A. Pannapacker

Faculty Publications

This three-volume reference (which complements the three-volume American history through literature, 1820-1870) presents lengthy essays on works and themes in literature that contextualize them within their historical milieu. Many essays feature an individual work for the subject, describing the work's critical reception and interpretation while focusing on the events or themes it depicts, such as racism, class, or philosophical or religious belief. Thematic essays, including those on adolescence, city dwellers, humor, or social Darwinism, explore the meaning and impact of the concept during the era, with many specific literary examples. Each essay concludes with cross referencing and lists of ...


Biography, William A. Pannapacker Jan 2005

Biography, William A. Pannapacker

Faculty Publications

This three-volume reference (which complements the three-volume American history through literature, 1820-1870) presents lengthy essays on works and themes in literature that contextualize them within their historical milieu. Many essays feature an individual work for the subject, describing the work's critical reception and interpretation while focusing on the events or themes it depicts, such as racism, class, or philosophical or religious belief. Thematic essays, including those on adolescence, city dwellers, humor, or social Darwinism, explore the meaning and impact of the concept during the era, with many specific literary examples. Each essay concludes with cross referencing and lists of ...


The Long And Winding Mode(S), Ivan Davis Jan 2005

The Long And Winding Mode(S), Ivan Davis

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Engl3400 - Technology For Professional Writers, Spring 2005, David Hailey Jan 2005

Engl3400 - Technology For Professional Writers, Spring 2005, David Hailey

English - OCW

You may already be an accomplished writer, but lack necessary technical skills to obtain the most fulfilling and best paid position in the writers' market. You may find that your degree in philosophy, history, or creative writing is not enough in today's technologically advanced job market. This course is designed to give the accomplished writer the technological skills needed in the writing industry.


Whitman’S Philadelphia And Whitman’S Camden: Retrospect And Prospect, William A. Pannapacker Jan 2005

Whitman’S Philadelphia And Whitman’S Camden: Retrospect And Prospect, William A. Pannapacker

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Self Definition, Erin Westfall Jan 2005

Self Definition, Erin Westfall

Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

No abstract provided.


Remembering September 11, Bob Bushong Jan 2005

Remembering September 11, Bob Bushong

ATS Chapel Services

No abstract provided.


Visualizing Africa In Nancy Cunard's Negro Anthology (1934), Maureen Shanahan Dec 2004

Visualizing Africa In Nancy Cunard's Negro Anthology (1934), Maureen Shanahan

Maureen G. Shanahan

No abstract provided.


Two Hebrew Songs By Ravel, Orit Eylon Dec 2004

Two Hebrew Songs By Ravel, Orit Eylon

Orit A Eylon

Guest faculty at Carmen Walker's French Recital on November 18th, 2005