7 Elizabethan poems set to music by William H. Rivard. 7 songs for voice and piano accompaniment along with printed sheets of the poetry. Titles: Mirth (Beaumont?); Die not, fond man (Anon.); Love cannot live (Anon.); A dirge (Webster); Song for...
Hicks, Troy, Writing Center, Michigan State University
A commentary aimed toward the revision of an article "Beliefs about technology and the preparation of English teachers: beginning the conversation" that was published in Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 5:3/4 (2006).
Musolf, Gil Richard, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
A sociology of knowledge approach informs this essay. I shall begin with the social context of the University of Chicago, the leading department of sociology in the world at the time Bernie attended, and the department from which symbolic...
Parmer, Twinet, Department of Counseling and Special Education
A study of how internalized oppression based on physical appearance is passed from generation to generation in African American families. Includes discussion of the implications for counselors in multicultural settings.
Abstract of paper presented at the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters 1995 Annual Meeting. This paper examines public affairs programming dedicated to informing African Americans, specifically a public affairs talk show called For My...