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The Visual Arts In The Civilization Classroom, Thomas M. Carr Jr. Feb 1983

The Visual Arts In The Civilization Classroom, Thomas M. Carr Jr.

French Language and Literature Papers

Although the visual arts have long been a feature of civilization courses, instructors do not always exploit their full potential. This paper presents a checklist to help teachers identify the relevant aspects of the arts for study. Its goal is to facilitate comprehensive treatment of works of art by focusing on three areas: the aesthetic dimension, the social context, and the artist’s own experience. The checklist is followed by a series of activities which encourage students to integrate the various aspects of the arts while practicing their language skills.


Mary Haddad Macron, Arab Americans And Their Communities Of Cleveland, Abed El-Rahman Tayyara Jan 1979

Mary Haddad Macron, Arab Americans And Their Communities Of Cleveland, Abed El-Rahman Tayyara

World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Margaret Mae Bryant Papers - Accession 21, Margaret Mae Bryant Jan 1976

Margaret Mae Bryant Papers - Accession 21, Margaret Mae Bryant

Manuscript Collection

The collection consists of Dr. Bryant’s professional and organizational files, biographical data, correspondence, and speeches. Most of the material relates to her publishing efforts, her work as a faculty member at Brooklyn College, and her involvement with professional organizations, especially the New York branch of the American Association of University Women. Most of the material extends form 1950-1975. A list of the more prominent individuals who corresponded with Margaret Bryant has been included as an appendix to the inventory. (For more extensive and comprehensive list of correspondents, see the list included in the collection control file.)


Ua68 Development Of The Potter College Of Liberal Arts, Wku Potter College Of Arts & Letters Jul 1969

Ua68 Development Of The Potter College Of Liberal Arts, Wku Potter College Of Arts & Letters

WKU Archives Records

A history of the development of WKU Potter College of Arts & Letters from 1906 to 1969. Includes information regarding the departments of art, English, foreign languages, history, music, speech and theatre.


Conrad Baker, Former Governor Of Indiana, Arnold Ernst R. Muelller Jan 1944

Conrad Baker, Former Governor Of Indiana, Arnold Ernst R. Muelller

Graduate Thesis Collection

This thesis was assigned by the Department of German principally to learn through the study of the German newspapers of the day what influence the German-American population of Indiana might have had upon the election of Governor Conrad baker and also upon his whole administration as such; since Governor Baker was of German descent and the act, August 16, 1859, which provided when the German language should be taught in the common schools, also took effect when Baker was Governor of Indiana.