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Of School and the River: The Wind in the Willows and its Immediate Audience
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 1998)
Household Crowding and Family Relations in Bangkok
(University of California Press, 1993-08)
Cities in developing countries are growing ever larger and more dense, fostering congested household environments. Using data from Bangkok, this paper examines the effect of household crowding on multiple measures of family ...
Historically Speaking, Spring 1999
(Virginia Tech, 1999-03)
This newsletter chronicles the many activities in the History Department and the numerous accomplishments of our students, faculty, and alumni.
Science and Technology: A New Alliance
(Science Scope, 1993)
"The Technology/Science/Math (T/S/M) Integration Project is an attempt to bring these areas together by better coordinating instruction. In doing so, content is more relevant and therefore better internalized by students." ...
What students don't say - an approach to the student text
(National Council of Teachers of English, 1991-02)
Louise Fitzhugh, Marisol, and the Realm of Art
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 1999)
’Changing traditions to meet current altering conditions’: Customary Law, African Courts, and the Rejection of Codification in Kenya, 1930-60
(Cambridge University Press, 1999-11)
If the aim of British colonizers, Frederick Lugard wrote, was to civilize Africans ‘and to devote thought to those matters which…most intimately affect their daily life and happiness, there are few of greater importance ...
New Technology for a New Nation: Building an Internet Culture in Estonia
As in many areas of the history of technology, studies of the Internet are still largely limited to the United States and other established capitalist democracies. More research is needed on how such technologies are ...
Momentum shifts in the American electric utility system: Catastrophic change - Or no change at all?
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 1996-04)
Snapshots of Tradition: Apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Georgia
(University of California Press, 1998-10)
On the thirteenth of each month, from October 1990 until May 1994, Nancy Fowler appeared on the porch of a farmhouse in Conyers, Georgia, to deliver the message she had received from an apparition of the Virgin Mary. On ...