xvii, 296 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • What are equity and access gaps? Why do they persist?
  • Using the tools of cultural proficiency and the vision and practices of inclusive education as a conceptual framework
  • Barriers to culturally proficient inclusive education
  • Overcoming barriers and creating opportunities for learning
  • Assessing cultural knowledge through authentic and differentiated strategies
  • Valuing diversity through inclusiveness
  • Managing the dynamics of diversity through collaboration, creative
  • Problem solving, and conflict management
  • Adapting to diversity through advocacy and universal design for learning
  • Institutionalizing cultural change
  • Engaging in action : when all means all.
Education Library (Cubberley)
1 volume (various pagings) : color illustrations, color map ; 28 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
1 volume (various pagings) : color illustrations, color map ; 28 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
xxx, 754 pages ; 26 cm
  • V. 1. Introduction to American constitutionalism
  • The colonial era : before 1776
  • The funding era : 1776-1788
  • The early national era : 1789-1828
  • The Jacksonian era : 1829-1860
  • Secession, Civil War, and Reconstruction : 1861-1876
  • The Republican era : 1877-1932
  • The New Deal and Great Society era : 1933-1968
  • Liberalism divided : 1969-1980
  • The Reagan era : 1981-1993
  • The contemporary era : 1994-present.
  • V. 2. Introduction to rights and liberties
  • The colonial era : before 1776
  • The founding era : 1776-1791
  • The early national era : 1791-1828
  • The Jacksonian era : 1829-1860
  • Civil War and Reconstruction : 1861-1876
  • The Republican era : 1877-1932
  • The New Deal/Great Society era : 1933-1968
  • Liberalism divided : 1969-1980
  • The Reagan era : 1981-1993
  • The contemporary era : 1994-present.
Law Library (Crown)
208 pages ; 22 cm
  • Big white birds
  • Boy scouts, ringworm, and Paris
  • Sound off
  • Kissing age
  • There will be horses
  • Sick wild
  • The man from Glad, car crash, amnesia
  • Clinical
  • Psyched
  • Love and breakup in the time of Watergate
  • Love at first shite
  • Feet first
  • For Donna, Ibsen, Pepys, levitation
  • The soft imperative
  • Third-wave coffee
  • Wisdom teeth and Encyclopaedia Britannica
  • What's up with dramatic-value vomit?
  • Old houses, new residents
  • Bee spree
  • Hello, Mr. President
  • Chemical neutral
  • Pure corn
  • Fly
  • The honey room
  • Bridge failure, heart attack, fava beans
  • Monkey, nailing biting, Jesus
  • Cardio, lightbulbs, and a funeral
  • The rule of one
  • Water Me
  • Feathers
  • The quality of tour sleep
  • My father, going deaf
  • No secrets, Victoria
  • Flip-flops and the Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • Ravioli, Richard III, and a dead bird
  • Apri la Porta
  • Buongiorno
  • What's new
  • Small beans
  • American English, Italian chocolate.
"American English, Italian Chocolate is a memoir in essays beginning in the American Midwest and ending in north central Italy. In sharply rendered vignettes, Rick Bailey reflects on donuts and ducks, horses and car crashes, outhouses and EKGs. He travels all night from Michigan to New Jersey to attend the funeral of a college friend. After a vertiginous climb, he staggers in clogs across the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. In a trattoria in the hills above the Adriatic, he ruminates on the history and glories of beans, from Pythagoras to Thoreau, from the Saginaw Valley to the Province of Urbino. Bailey is a bumbling extra in a college production of Richard III. He is a college professor losing touch with a female student whose life is threatened by her husband. He is a father tasting samples of his daughter's wedding cake. He is a son witnessing his aging parents' decline. He is the husband of an Italian immigrant who takes him places he never imagined visiting, let alone making his own. At times humorous, at times bittersweet, Bailey's ultimate subject is growing and knowing, finding the surprise and the sublime in the ordinary detail of daily life"--Provided by publisher.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
134 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
Green Library
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  • American mining in three acts
  • Historical archaeologists and American mining
  • Roaring camp and company town
  • Meeting the miners
  • Into the mines
  • Mining in memoriam
  • Conclusion: Scaling up and out.
Mining was, and remains, a crucial and controversial aspect of America's extracted economies. This monograph explores the various types of mining sites to be found in America. With over 400 years of relevant activity in North America, this overview discusses the broader cultural, social, and economic impacts of this vital industrial development.
Green Library
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  • Introduction : explaining the puzzling evolution of the Voting Rights Act
  • Liberal ascendance and enactment of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
  • Conservative backlash and partisan struggle over voting rights, 1968-1980
  • The growing struggle over voting rights in the 1980s and 1990s
  • Voting rights politics in an era of conservative ascendance, 2001-2013
  • Voting rights politics in the age of Obama, 2009-2016
  • Conclusion : partisan interests, institutional conflict, and the future of the voting rights struggle.
Law Library (Crown)
  • Prologue
  • Part I. My first case
  • Part II. Before the bench
  • Part III. On the bench
  • Part IV. Beyond the bench
  • Part V. Immodest proposals
  • Epilogue.
Close cases often present a conflict between two or more rules, and many are not at all clear. In forty-five years as a federal judge, I've learned that judging is a more complicated and subtle task. "Benched" is about what a judge really does. Unlike Roberts' "balls and strikes" disclaimer, I try to reckon with the difficulty of deciding close cases—and why the age-old complaint that too many judges "make law instead of just applying it" is a canard. I also seek to dispel the popular misconception that we judges are just voting our personal preferences. "Benched" also outlines nineteen proposals for improvements in the American system of justice. They cover such diverse topics as police misconduct lawsuits, selection of juries, citizen standing to sue government officials, reviving the independent counsel, and death penalty sentencing. Finally, "Benched" is an account of the life I've been fortunate to live.--Prologue.
Law Library (Crown)
288 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Old Douglas
  • Aberdeen
  • Post duty : Okolona and Gainesville
  • Iuka
  • Corinth
  • Operations on the Mississippi Central Railroad
  • Snyder's Bluff
  • Vicksburg
  • Parole
  • Pound's Battalion Mississippi Sharpshooters
  • The Scott Thompson letter
  • Columbus
  • Montavello
  • The Atlanta Campaign
  • Operations of northern Georgia and northern Alabama
  • Hood's Tennessee campaign
  • Mississippi interlude
  • Prisoners of war
  • Campaign of the Carolinas
  • Epilogue
  • Appendix.
"Old Douglas was an African camel who was the beloved mascot of this regiment. He carried band instruments and knapsacks in Civil War battles. The author, whose great-great-grandfather served in the regiment, tells the unit's story based on correspondence and memoirs, mostly from its members"--Provided by publisher.
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"When Henry Vizetelly was imprisoned in 1889 for publishing the novels of Émile Zola in English, the problem was not just Zola's French candour about sex--it was that Vizetelly's books were cheap, and ordinary people could read them. Censored exposes the role that power plays in censorship. In twenty-five chapters focusing on a wide range of texts, including the Bible, slave narratives, modernist classics, comic books, and Chicana/o literature, Matthew Fellion and Katherine Inglis chart the forces that have driven censorship in the United Kingdom and the United States for over six hundred years, from fears of civil unrest and corruptible youth to the oppression of various groups--religious and political dissidents, same-sex lovers, the working class, immigrants, women, racialized people, and those who have been incarcerated or enslaved. The authors also consider the weight of speech, and when restraints might be justified. Rich with illustrations that bring to life the personalities and the books that feature in its stories, Censored takes readers behind the scenes into the courtroom battles, legislative debates, public campaigns, and private exchanges that have shaped the course of literature. A vital reminder that the freedom of speech has always been fragile and never enjoyed equally by all, Censored offers lessons from the past to guard against threats to literature in a new political era."-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
252 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
East Asia Library
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  • Foundations
  • The civil litigation system: an orientation
  • The benefits of civil litigation: the premise
  • Features of a well-working civil litigation system: a framework
  • Evaluations
  • Influential criticisms of civil litigation
  • The unsubstantiated case for litigation reform
  • Real threats to civil justice
  • Reform
  • Reducing undesirable cases
  • Discouraging over-litigation
  • Providing cheaper paths to court
  • Supporting greater access
  • Conclusion: in pursuit of civil justice.
"In Civil Justice Reconsidered, Steven Croley demonstrates that civil litigation is, for the most part, socially beneficial. An effective civil litigation system is accessible to parties who have suffered legal wrongs, and it is reliable in the sense that those with stronger claims tend to prevail over those with weaker claims. However, while most of the system's failures are overstated, they are not wholly off base; civil litigation often imposes excessive costs that, among other unfortunate consequences, impede access to the courts, and Croley offers ways to reform civil litigation in the interest of justice for potential plaintiffs and defendants, and for the rule of law itself"--Publisher's web site, viewed February 10, 2017.
Law Library (Crown)
xx, 107 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Community literacy pedagogies: from a translingual vantage
  • Emergent bilingual learning en confianza
  • Lessons from bilingual community literacy programs : translanguaging Confianza
  • The shared commitments of communities and schools : the voices of emergent bilingual students
  • Bilingual community funds of knowledge and formative assessment : beyond English-only
  • Reaching outward : teachers sharing community literacies
  • Translingual pedagogies and practices in communities.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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  • Part One: Pax Administrativa's rise: modern public administration and the administrative separation of powers: Ur-privatization: historic privatization and the premodern administrative state
  • The rise and reign of Pax Administrativa
  • The constitutional and normative underpinnings of the twentieth century administrative state
  • Part Two. The privatization revolution: privatization, businesslike government, and the collapsing of the administrative separation of powers: The beginning of the end: disenchantment with Pax Administrativa and the pivot to privatization
  • The mainstreaming of privatization: an agenda for all seasons and all responsibilities
  • Privatization as a constitutional; and constitutionally fraught; project
  • Establishing a Second Pax Administrativa
  • The separations of powers in the twenty-first century
  • Reframing the relationship between and among the constitutional and administrative rivals
  • Judicial custodialism
  • Political branch custodialism.
Americans have a love-hate relationship with government. Rejecting bureaucracy--but not the goods and services the welfare state provides--Americans have demanded that government be made to run like a business. Hence today's privatization revolution. But as Jon D. Michaels shows, separating the state from its public servants, practices, and institutions does violence to our Constitution, and threatens the health and stability of the Republic. Constitutional Coup puts forward a legal theory that explains the modern welfare state as a worthy successor to the framers' three-branch government. What legitimates the welfare state is its recommitment to a rivalrous system of separation of powers, in which political agency heads, career civil servants, and the public writ large reprise and restage the same battles long fought among Congress, the president, and the courts. Privatization now proclaims itself as another worthy successor, this time to an administrative state that Americans have grown weary of. Yet it is a constitutional usurper. Privatization dismantles those commitments to separating and checking state power by sidelining rivalrous civil servants and public participants. Constitutional Coup cements the constitutionality of the administrative state, recognizing civil servants and public participants as necessary--rather than disposable--components. Casting privatization as an existential constitutional threat, it underscores how the fusion of politics and profits commercializes government--and consolidates state power in ways both the framers and administrative lawyers endeavored to disaggregate. It urges--and sketches the outlines of--a twenty-first-century bureaucratic renaissance.-- Provided by publisher
Law Library (Crown)
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Law Library (Crown)
xi, 252 pages ; 23 cm
Green Library
xi, 319 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Rendition in Nicaragua
  • The journey begins
  • Lovely couples : neighborhood counterfeiters
  • Castros' castoffs
  • Driver's licenses for sale
  • An amateur dealer pays a professional price
  • Operation Villasana Juárez
  • Not all were friends
  • Human smuggling ring broken
  • River rats and three smuggling gangs
  • Two bad apples : no use for crooked agents
  • Operation Black Rose : Columbian gold
  • New challenges in a diplomatic assignment
  • World War II veterans : deserving Americans
  • Back on the border : the Southern side
  • Killers on the border
  • Mexico City : a new challenge
  • Final stop and a new beginning : Houston.
Green Library
pages cm
  • The democratic challenge to constitutional law
  • Democratic aims and experimentalist procedure
  • Information-rich jurisprudence
  • Epstein, Holmes, and regulatory takings jurisprudence
  • Lochnering
  • Citizens united
  • Brown and Obergefell : two positive precedents?
  • From social contract theory to sociable contract theory.
Law Library (Crown)
244 pages ; 24 cm
  • Timeline of Key Events
  • 1. Dilemmas of the Female Politician
  • 2. The "Woman Card" Moves to the Bottom of the Deck
  • 3. Bernie Sanders and the "Millennials"
  • 4. "Untrustworthy Hillary"
  • 5. Damned Emails
  • 6. A Tale of Two Conventions, and One Hot Mic
  • 7. Coup d'Etat.
"A play-by-play of the political forces (both right and left) and media culture that vilified Hillary Clinton during her 2016 Presidential campaign, from cultural critic and feminist scholar Susan Bordo. The Destruction of Hillary Clintonis an answer to the question we've all been asking: How did an extraordinarily well-qualified, experienced, and admired candidate--whose victory would have been as historic as Barack Obama's--come to be seen as a tool of the establishment, a chronic liar, and a talentless politician? In this masterful narrative of the 2016 campaign year, Susan Bordo unpacks the right-wing assault on Clinton and her reputation, the way the left provoked the suspicion and indifference of a younger generation, and the unprecedented influence of the media. Urgent, insightful, and engrossing, The Destruction of Hillary Clinton is an essential guide to understanding the most controversial presidential election in American history"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library