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Ua77/1 Western Alumnus, Vol. 40, No. 2, Wku Alumni Relations Oct 1971

Ua77/1 Western Alumnus, Vol. 40, No. 2, Wku Alumni Relations

WKU Archives Records

Quarterly magazine created for WKU alumni. Regular features are Hilltopics, Sports, Alumni Newsgrams and Notes and In Memoriam. This issue includes:

  • Graduate School (College) is On Its Way
  • Evening Class is Thataway
  • The Hilltopper Hundred to the Rescue
  • ETV - Keep Watching, It's All in Color
  • Student Interns Learn How Government Works
  • Significant Statements: The New Year Begins
  • Good News for Fishermen: Reservoir Research
  • There it Was! Your Homecoming - 1971
  • Performing Arts Illuminate the Campus Scene
  • Discovery 1 - Uncovering the Kentucky of Antiquity
  • Discovery 2 - Reviving the Heritage of Kentucky
  • Discovery 3 - The Intercultural Studies Program
  • Looking for Sociology in ...


Ua68/10/1 Sociological Symposium No. 7 – Childhood Life Cycle Series, Wku Sociology Oct 1971

Ua68/10/1 Sociological Symposium No. 7 – Childhood Life Cycle Series, Wku Sociology

WKU Archives Records

Table of Contents:

  • Bachelor, David L. & Rosalie S. Donofrio. Poor Children: Images & Interpretations
  • Birenbaum, Arnold. The Recognition & Acceptance of Stigma
  • Denzin, Norman K. Childhood as Conversation of Gestures
  • Miller, James Jr. A Comparison of Racial Preference in Young Black & Mexican American Children
  • Rath, Robert A. & Douglas J. McDowell. Coming Up Hip: Child Rearing Perspectives & Life Style Values Among Counter Culture Families
  • Thomas, Darwin L. & James M. Calonico. Birth Order & Family Sociology: A Reassessment


Juan De Torquemada And Antonio Alcedo: Two Contributions To Hispanic Historiography, Andre Preibish Apr 1971

Juan De Torquemada And Antonio Alcedo: Two Contributions To Hispanic Historiography, Andre Preibish

The Courier

Andre Preibish describes two rare books by Juan De Torquemada and Antonio Alcedo, which shed light on colonial Mexico and America, respectively. Although much of Torquemada's writing is plagiarized, he cites previously unknown authors and works. Antonio Alcedo, meanwhile, provides an encyclopedic description of Spanish colonies and of the western hemisphere during the eighteenth century.