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Rees Odeil And Patti Mattox Bryant Papers, (1957-2007), Rees Odeil Bryant, Patti Mattox Bryant Apr 2019

Rees Odeil And Patti Mattox Bryant Papers, (1957-2007), Rees Odeil Bryant, Patti Mattox Bryant

Center for Restoration Studies Archives, Manuscripts and Personal Papers Finding Aids

Finding aid for the Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers, (1957-2007).


Finding Aid For Rees Odeil And Patti Mattox Bryant Papers, Patti Mattox Bryant, Rees Odeil Bryant Apr 2019

Finding Aid For Rees Odeil And Patti Mattox Bryant Papers, Patti Mattox Bryant, Rees Odeil Bryant

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Finding aid for the Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers.


Bruce Mutsvairo (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook Of Media And Communication Research In Africa, Gregory Gondwe Jan 2019

Bruce Mutsvairo (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook Of Media And Communication Research In Africa, Gregory Gondwe

University Libraries Open Access Fund Supported Publications

To many scholars around the world, African media and communication research is either a terra incognita or an amalgamation of Western thought. The theories that underpin media and communication research in Africa are deeply rooted in the frameworks of Western thought. And it is through these lenses that African scholars execute and operationalize Communication Research in Africa. This book, therefore, provides new approaches for undertaking media and communication scholarship in the postcolonial era. It highlights a number of approaches adopted to navigate and interrogate issues that Western theoretical frameworks are incapable of answering. It further suggests new frontiers for rethinking ...


Child Marriage In Ghana: A Projectsabroad Internship, Rikki Bergen Nov 2018

Child Marriage In Ghana: A Projectsabroad Internship, Rikki Bergen

SASAH 4th Year Capstone and Other Projects: Presentations

For her Community Engaged Learning internship, Rikki travelled to Ghana with ProjectsAbroad to volunteer in Ghana for several weeks in the summer of 2017. Accompanied by a friend, the two worked together to study several key issues in child marriage that occur in Ghana, and to produce a list of recommended points of action for future volunteers.


Mind Control In The Post-Colonial State: The Impact Of Foreign Direct Investment In Tertiary Education In Senegal And Jamaica, Janiel Chantae Slowly Oct 2018

Mind Control In The Post-Colonial State: The Impact Of Foreign Direct Investment In Tertiary Education In Senegal And Jamaica, Janiel Chantae Slowly

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

Since the end of 17th to 20th century colonization, Senegal and Jamaica have been victims of the rhetoric of development. The economic, social, and political progress of these nations have always been overshadowed by their categorization as “developing countries”. Yet, this development rhetoric fails to acknowledge not only the wounds of colonization but the more modern manifestations of continued exploitation of these countries often by the same countries that “emancipated” their colonies. Senegal and Jamaica for example, are both dominated by large percentages of young adults, in both cases a large majority of the populations are individuals under the age ...


Morality, The Sacred And God In Ghanaian Hip- Hop, Harry N. K. Odamtten Aug 2013

Morality, The Sacred And God In Ghanaian Hip- Hop, Harry N. K. Odamtten

History

The adoption of Hip-Hop by the world’s youth is a turning point in the history of youth culture in particular and global public culture in general. The embracing of Hip-Hop in the West African country of Ghana is exemplary of this worldwide transformation. The indigenous Ghanaian version of Hip-Hop is Hip-Life. This Ghanaian musical genre is a combination of Hip-Hop and High-Life. High-Life is also a Ghanaian genre with West African and Afro- Diaspora roots. It emerged in Ghana as part of the anti-colonial struggle in West Africa, and has spawned of many varieties until the emergence of Hip- ...


They Bleed But They Don’T Die: Towards A Theoretical Canon On Ga-Adangbe Gender Studies, Harry N. K. Odamtten Apr 2012

They Bleed But They Don’T Die: Towards A Theoretical Canon On Ga-Adangbe Gender Studies, Harry N. K. Odamtten

History

Contemporary African women are often cast as existing below the glass ceiling. African women who are perceived as having overcome this glass threshold are therefore seen and celebrated as exceptional. Against this background, this essay offers conceptual tools with which to examine the lives of historical and contemporary women in Ga traditional society of Ghana, living beyond the glass ceiling. Drawing a distinction between the role of women in the modern nation-state and traditional societies, this study asserts that unlike the situation in modern governance, structures and practices of Ga traditional societies have enabled Ga women to live beyond the ...


What's Oral History Got To Do With Understanding Voting Rights?: Reflections On The Methodology Of The Voting Rights Act Documentation Project, Marsha J. Tyson Darling Jan 1999

What's Oral History Got To Do With Understanding Voting Rights?: Reflections On The Methodology Of The Voting Rights Act Documentation Project, Marsha J. Tyson Darling

Ruth S. Ammon School of Education Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Kenya Boran Revisited, Norman Miller Jan 1979

Kenya Boran Revisited, Norman Miller

Open Dartmouth: Faculty Open Access Scholarship

Peter Boru was standing on a jagged rock over looking the valley where we had filmed together in 1972. The Boran village with its 18 huts, the cattle corrals, and the meandering animal trails had all disappeared. Only dark patches of grass suggested where corrals had once been inundated with cattle manure, and even to see these one had to know exactly where to look. The house sites were totally gone. The entire dusty village I remembered had vanished. "Yes, it is silent now," I agreed. We were both to be proven wrong within the week.


Photograph Of Bible School Children, Unknown Aug 1966

Photograph Of Bible School Children, Unknown

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Photograph has caption written on the back in black pen: "Bible School Children, Church of Christ, Ala Omah W/S; Etche County Council, Ahoadah [illegible]; 8/12/66." and has a purple stamp presumably from the company who produced the print. There are multiple rows of children sitting and standing in front of a building. Several children are holding books. Date of creation is estimated.


Photograph Of Rees Odeil Bryant Teaching At The Bible Training College, Unknown Jan 1966

Photograph Of Rees Odeil Bryant Teaching At The Bible Training College, Unknown

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Photograph of Rees Odeil Bryant teaching at the Bible Training College in Nigeria. He is wearing a white shirt and a bowtie. The back of the photograph has the following caption written in black pen: "35. Rees Bryant teaching at the ON BTC."


Photograph Of Rees Odeil Bryant And Bible Training College Students, Unknown Jan 1966

Photograph Of Rees Odeil Bryant And Bible Training College Students, Unknown

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Photograph has following caption written in verso: "Rees Bryant and ON BTC students working in a field." The field is presumably near the Bible Training College in Nigeria. The date of creation is estimated.


Photograph Of Nigerian Christian Bible Correspondence School, Unknown Jan 1966

Photograph Of Nigerian Christian Bible Correspondence School, Unknown

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Photograph has following caption written on back in black pen: "NCBCS with chart". The Nigerian Christian Bible Correspondence School chart is being held up by a man. A young boy is also in the photograph on the far right. Date of creation is estimated.


Photograph Of The Bryant Family, Unknown Jan 1965

Photograph Of The Bryant Family, Unknown

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Photograph of Patti Mattox Bryant and Rees Odeil Bryant with their children. The children are, from left to right, William, Rebecca, Sara Jo, and David. The photograph appears to have been taken in Nigeria and the date of creation is estimated.


Photograph Of Rees Odeil Bryant And Graduate Of Bible Training College, Unknown Jan 1965

Photograph Of Rees Odeil Bryant And Graduate Of Bible Training College, Unknown

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Back of photograph has caption written in blue pen: "Rees Bryant with a 3rd year student on the day of his graduation from the BTC [Bible Training College]." The graduate is on the left of the photograph and Rees Bryant is on the right of the photograph. Both men are in profile facing each other. Date of creation is estimated.


Photograph Of Rees Odeil Bryant Preaching, Unknown Jan 1965

Photograph Of Rees Odeil Bryant Preaching, Unknown

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Photograph of Rees Odeil Bryant preaching in Nigeria. Bryant is standing behind a wooden podium with a Bible open and is wearing a white shirt and a bowtie. The date of creation is estimated.


Photograph Of Nancy Petty, Henry Farrar, And Iris Hayes, Unknown Jan 1965

Photograph Of Nancy Petty, Henry Farrar, And Iris Hayes, Unknown

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Photograph of (from left to right) Nancy Petty, Henry Farrar, and Iris Hayes presumably in Nigeria, possibly working through the African Christian Hospitals Foundation. The date of creation is estimated.


Letter From Patti Mattox Bryant To F. W. And Mildred Mattox, Patti Mattox Bryant Dec 1960

Letter From Patti Mattox Bryant To F. W. And Mildred Mattox, Patti Mattox Bryant

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Letter from Patti Mattox Bryant to her parents F. W. and Mildred Mattox dated 18 December 1960. Patti thanks her parents for the Christmas package they sent to the Bryant family in Nigeria.


Letter From Patti Mattox Bryant To F. W. And Mildred Mattox, Patti Mattox Bryant Aug 1960

Letter From Patti Mattox Bryant To F. W. And Mildred Mattox, Patti Mattox Bryant

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Letter from Patti Mattox Bryant to her parents, F. W. and Mildred Mattox, dated 11 August 1960. Patti writes to her parents about her memories of her recently deceased grandfather.


Letter From Patti Mattox Bryant To F. W. And Mildred Mattox, Patti Mattox Bryant Apr 1960

Letter From Patti Mattox Bryant To F. W. And Mildred Mattox, Patti Mattox Bryant

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Letter from Patti Mattox Bryant to her parents, F. W. and Mildred Mattox, dated 7 April 1960. Patti writes about her family's travel to Nigeria and their first few days of settling in to their new life.


Newsletter No. 4, Rees Odeil Bryant Jun 1958

Newsletter No. 4, Rees Odeil Bryant

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Newsletter No. 4 dated 1 May 1958 written by Patti Mattox Bryant from Nigeria. In the newsletter she describes their adjustments to Nigeria and their ongoing ministry.


Newsletter No. 3, Patti Mattox Bryant, Rees Odeil Bryant May 1958

Newsletter No. 3, Patti Mattox Bryant, Rees Odeil Bryant

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Newsletter No. 3 from Rees and Patti Bryant dated 1 May 1958. In the newsletter the Bryants write about the ministry opportunities they had during the month of April.


Newsletter No. I, Rees Odeil Bryant Mar 1958

Newsletter No. I, Rees Odeil Bryant

Rees Odeil and Patti Mattox Bryant Papers

Newsletter No. I written by Rees Odeil Bryant dated 1 March 1958. Bryant updates his readers on the final preparations for their travels to Nigeria.