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Indian Head Rock Back In Kentucky After 3-Year Fight With Ohio, Stephanie Dearing Nov 2010

Indian Head Rock Back In Kentucky After 3-Year Fight With Ohio, Stephanie Dearing

Indian Head Rock Project

Article on the return of Indian Head Rock to Kentucky from November 10, 2010.


Update: Indian Head Rock Returned To Kentucky, Wsaz (Tv) Nov 2010

Update: Indian Head Rock Returned To Kentucky, Wsaz (Tv)

Indian Head Rock Project

A series of articles by WSAZ television on the removal and return of the Indian Head Rock.


Leave No Stone Uncovered, Kenneth Hart Nov 2010

Leave No Stone Uncovered, Kenneth Hart

Indian Head Rock Project

An article in the Ashland Daily Independent on the return of the Indian Head Rock to Kentucky from November 4, 2010.


Issue 57, Autumn 2010, Society Of Bead Researchers Oct 2010

Issue 57, Autumn 2010, Society Of Bead Researchers

The Bead Forum: Newsletter of the Society of Bead Researchers

Walking in Beauty: 11,000-Year-Old Beads and Ornaments from North America, by Margaret A. Jodry. • The Borneo International Bead Conference, by Jamey D. Allen. • International Iroquois Beadwork Conference, by Karlis Karklins.


The Dance Of Tomorrow, Stephanie Helle Oct 2010

The Dance Of Tomorrow, Stephanie Helle

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


The Rulebook, Will Van Eaton Oct 2010

The Rulebook, Will Van Eaton

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


The Other Side, Monica Schechter Oct 2010

The Other Side, Monica Schechter

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


The Rebound, Jeremy Ruthberg Oct 2010

The Rebound, Jeremy Ruthberg

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


Mixing Business With Pleasure, Jordana Kono Oct 2010

Mixing Business With Pleasure, Jordana Kono

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


Good Memory, Joe Pinsker Oct 2010

Good Memory, Joe Pinsker

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


The Rush Of New Reality, Carrie Slaton Oct 2010

The Rush Of New Reality, Carrie Slaton

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


The Second Stratum, Carrie Slaton Oct 2010

The Second Stratum, Carrie Slaton

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


Anna Unseen, Talia Lev Oct 2010

Anna Unseen, Talia Lev

Comics

In this course, Mythology and the Movies, students were assigned the creation of a 20-30 page graphic novel. Graphic novels are an excellent form for presenting mythological stories and many of the graphic novels available today address the same theoretical issues the class was studying. The graphic novel created for this assignment had to contain an original story that the student wrote and illustrated and it had to demonstrate one of the class mythological themes: metamorphosis, creation and origin, chaos and order, time, the quest, fate and chance, difference, or "the Other". Students used photographs, their own drawings, clip art ...


The Robert E. Gard Reader : To Change The Face Of America, From Writings By Robert E. Gard, Robert E. Gard, Maryo Gard Gard Ewell, Lamoine Maclaughlin Sep 2010

The Robert E. Gard Reader : To Change The Face Of America, From Writings By Robert E. Gard, Robert E. Gard, Maryo Gard Gard Ewell, Lamoine Maclaughlin

Scholarship Collection

This Reader draws from the works of Robert E. Gard, professor at the University of Wisconsin, Extension. His chief areas of activity were in the theatre arts and in creative writing, with a strong side activity in collecting and publishing the folklore of the state. He established the functional area of arts development under University Extension and remained a specialist in the arts in smaller communities and rural areas.


Being And Becoming Visible: Women, Performance, And Visual Culture, Olga M. Mesropova, Stacey Weber-Fève Aug 2010

Being And Becoming Visible: Women, Performance, And Visual Culture, Olga M. Mesropova, Stacey Weber-Fève

World Languages and Cultures Books

Spanning geographical, cultural, and methodological boundaries, the essays in Being and Becoming Visible examine female representation in a variety of performative and visual media. Olga M. Mesropova and Stacey Weber-Fève situate the disciplines of visual culture and performance studies within two conceptual frameworks—multicultural and feminist—through the overarching thematic trope of visibility.

The contributors offer a mix of sociohistorical, ethnographic, ideological, postcolonial, and cultural approaches to the study of female representation in performance, visual, and consumer cultures. They examine curatorship, mythological representation of women, the interrelationship of mother and child, domestic gender roles, domestic abuse, and indigenous female representation ...


Settlement Reached In 'Rock War', Kenneth Hart Jul 2010

Settlement Reached In 'Rock War', Kenneth Hart

Indian Head Rock Project

An article published in the Ashland Daily independent on the final settlement and return of Indian Head Rock to Kentucky from July 9, 2010.


Legal Battle Over Ownership Of River Rock Officially Ends, Lexington Herald-Leader Jul 2010

Legal Battle Over Ownership Of River Rock Officially Ends, Lexington Herald-Leader

Indian Head Rock Project

An article published in the Lexington Herald Leader from July 9, 2010 on the end of the legal battle over Indian Head Rock.


Archaeology On The Road: July 24–31, 2010, Office Of The State Archaeologist, University Of Iowa Jul 2010

Archaeology On The Road: July 24–31, 2010, Office Of The State Archaeologist, University Of Iowa

Publications from The Office of the State Archaeologist

No abstract provided.


Iowa Academy Of Science: The New Bulletin, V6n2-3, Summer-Fall 2010, Iowa Academy Of Science Jul 2010

Iowa Academy Of Science: The New Bulletin, V6n2-3, Summer-Fall 2010, Iowa Academy Of Science

The New Bulletin

Inside This Issue:

--Message from the Executive Director

--Meet Iowa Department of Education Science Consultant Yvette McCulley

--2010 Iowa AmJAS Delegate, McKenna Templeton shares her experiences at AmJAS

--2011-2012 AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

--Environmental Literacy Needs and Partnerships Survey

--Experience Three Weeks in India: University of Iowa Winterim in India Program

--Academy awarded REAP-CEP Grants

--Announcements, Events & Deadlines

--Support The Academy


Federal Judge Sets June 28 For Final Disposition Of Case Involving Indian Head Rock, G. Sam Piatt May 2010

Federal Judge Sets June 28 For Final Disposition Of Case Involving Indian Head Rock, G. Sam Piatt

Indian Head Rock Project

An article in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the federal case involving Indian Head Rock from May 13, 2010.


Reader Offers A Poem About Indian Head Rock, Esther M. Vasser May 2010

Reader Offers A Poem About Indian Head Rock, Esther M. Vasser

Indian Head Rock Project

A poem published in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the Indian Head Rock from May 11, 2010.


Kentucky To Display Indian Head Rock, G. Sam Piatt May 2010

Kentucky To Display Indian Head Rock, G. Sam Piatt

Indian Head Rock Project

An article in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the Indian Head Rock from May 1, 2010.


Houses In A Landscape: Memory And Everyday Life In Mesoamerica, Julia A. Hendon May 2010

Houses In A Landscape: Memory And Everyday Life In Mesoamerica, Julia A. Hendon

Gettysburg College Faculty Books

In Houses in a Landscape, Julia A. Hendon examines the connections between social identity and social memory using archaeological research on indigenous societies that existed more than one thousand years ago in what is now Honduras. While these societies left behind monumental buildings, the remains of their dead, remnants of their daily life, intricate works of art, and fine examples of craftsmanship such as pottery and stone tools, they left only a small body of written records. Despite this paucity of written information, Hendon contends that an archaeological study of memory in such societies is possible and worthwhile. It is ...


Thomas' Visit Indian Head Rock, Portsmouth Daily Times Apr 2010

Thomas' Visit Indian Head Rock, Portsmouth Daily Times

Indian Head Rock Project

A brief article published in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the visit by relatives of J. W. Bannon to Indian Head Rock on April 30, 2010.


Indian Head Rock Case Reaching An End, Frank Lewis Apr 2010

Indian Head Rock Case Reaching An End, Frank Lewis

Indian Head Rock Project

An article published in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the conclusion of the criminal case against Steve Shaffer regarding the Indian Head Rock from April 30, 2010.


A New Home For The Rock?, Benita Heath Apr 2010

A New Home For The Rock?, Benita Heath

Indian Head Rock Project

Article published in the Ironton Tribune on the return of the Indian Head Rock to Kentucky from April 25, 2010.


Issue 56, Spring 2010, Society Of Bead Researchers Apr 2010

Issue 56, Spring 2010, Society Of Bead Researchers

The Bead Forum: Newsletter of the Society of Bead Researchers

The Application of X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Spectrometry in the Characterization of Glass Degradation in Beaded African Art, by Maria Fusco and Robert J. Speakman.


Volunteer Experience At The Museum Of Peoples And Cultures, Sadie J. Lee, Paul Stavast Apr 2010

Volunteer Experience At The Museum Of Peoples And Cultures, Sadie J. Lee, Paul Stavast

FHSS Mentored Research Conference

As BYU’s “teaching” museum, the MPC provides a setting where BYU students can gain real museum experience. Under the mentorship of professional staff, museum class students and student employees are responsible for researching, developing, and installing exhibitions; processing and cataloging incoming and current collections; and organizing and cataloging excavation notes and other collection records. Beyond classes and employment, the MPC also provides an oft-overlooked educational experience for student volunteers. Under the supervision of student employees, volunteers provide assistance in creating and distributing educational materials, cataloging collections, organizing records, and other tasks necessary for the daily maintenance of museum operations ...


A Case For Christian Communalism: Overcoming Individualism And Racial Segregation In An Ubuntu-Infused South African Catholic Parish, Jordan R. Layton, Jeremy Grimshaw Apr 2010

A Case For Christian Communalism: Overcoming Individualism And Racial Segregation In An Ubuntu-Infused South African Catholic Parish, Jordan R. Layton, Jeremy Grimshaw

FHSS Mentored Research Conference

Geographic, linguistic, and economic divisions between ethnic groups linger from Apartheid; but recent concerns also include divisions within ethnic groups due to Western-influenced individualism and a decline in communal values known as ubuntu. Ubuntu is a spiritual concept; thus, Christianity seems to be the ideal context for its reinforcement. But most theorists would argue that the physical and figurative walls being constructed between and within ethnic groups could not be overcome through Christianity, which is itself considered to be individualistic “self-serving redemptionism”—the theoretical opposite of ubuntu. However,one East London Catholic parish creates an anomalous interracial community by promoting ...


Who Do You Belong To?: Understanding A Monument Through Local Conceptions Of Belonging, Sadie J. Lee, John Hawkins Apr 2010

Who Do You Belong To?: Understanding A Monument Through Local Conceptions Of Belonging, Sadie J. Lee, John Hawkins

FHSS Mentored Research Conference

When major logging operations closed in the Kaibab National Forest in northern Arizona after pressure from environmental groups, many area residents lost their jobs. Plans for a coal mine on the Kaiparowits Plateau in southern Utah revived hopes for reliable employment, but establishing the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (GSENM) in 1996 by former US President Bill Clinton effectively shut down possibility of exploitative operations on the majority of the plateau. This caused widespread disapproval among conservative local government and populations. This controversial issue has been described extensively in relation to legal disputes over its formation and use. However, no research ...