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Book
399 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
321 p. ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
359 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
767 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
207 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm.
  • Carl Gibson
  • "Ohne Haftbefehl gehe ich nicht mit" : Herta Müllers erlogenes Securitate-Folter-Martyrium
  • Mit Hass, Hetze, Täuschung und politischer Protektion plagiatorisch bis zum Nobelpreis : ein Skandal?
  • Prolog : Befinden wir uns auf dem Weg in eine Meinungsdiktatur?
  • Herta Müller und die Securitate : Dichtung oder Wahrheit? : Wie Herta Müller sich selbst neu erfindet
  • Vorwort : Fragen, Fragen, Fragen
  • Reden oder Schweigen?
  • Grundsätzliche Vorfragen : Darf eine "moralische Instanz" lügen?
  • Herta Müller erfindet sich selbst neu : von "Fiktion" und "Faktion"
  • Herta Müllers Zeit-Artikel "Die Securitate ist noch im Dienst' in kritischer Relecture fünf Jahre nach der Nobelpreisverleihung 2009
  • Über "unsauberen Journalismus" als Mittel zum Zweck in Deutschland und über das fragwürdige Ethos mancher Redakteure und Autoren
  • Aufklärung als Verschleierung? Der Pseudo-Aufklärer täuscht, indem er geschickt lügt
  • Eine Frage der Ehre
  • Zum "Circulus viciosus" der Verleumder als Denunzianten und Ankläger anderer Verleumder
  • Geheimdienste, Instrumentalisierung und Deviation
  • "Die Verleumdung gehört zum Brauchtum der Banater Schwaben" : wer hat das gesagt? Zur Botschaft der Hasspredigerin und den Machenschaften Der Zeit
  • Eine kompromittierende Email : Herta Müller lügt in alle Richtungen, nur um die eigene Haut zu retten und belastet dabei die Zeit-Redaktion schwer
  • Das Geschäft in einer Welt ohne Moral?
  • Cui bono?
  • "Darf gegen Teile des Deutschen Volkes gehetzt werden, verehrter Herr Bundespräsident?
  • Vom Hass als Antrieb literarischen Schaffens zur offenen Hetze!
  • Cui honorem honorem!
  • David gegen Goliath ... und Leviathan?
  • "Ohne Haftbefehl gehe ich nicht mit" : zur nachhaltig erschütterten Glaubwürdigkeit der Herta Müller
  • Ein "gedankenloses Versehen"
  • Oder
  • Wie die Zeit-Redaktion versucht, mit einer "Richtigstellung", die keine ist, sich am eigenen Zopf aus dem Sumpf zu ziehen, im krampfhaften Versuch, gleich zwei Gesichter zu wahren!
  • Wieder " fährt ein Zug nach nirgendwo" ...
  • Herta Müllers wundersam abstruse Sonder-Zug-Fahrt ... insrumänische Pankow
  • Post festum-Lügen in unheiliger Allianz und im "Komplott"?
  • Ein Hauch von James Bond : 007 in Draculas Transsylvanien
  • Der ominöse Brief an "amnesty international"?
  • Herta Müller lügt : aber sie lügt schlecht!
  • "Plagiat" als Methode! Ist wirklich alles Plagiat : alles "geklaut" und alles erlaubt?
  • Der "Verhörer" : "Konkreativität" im Teamwork : Herta Müllers helfende Hände und Köpfe
  • Die wundersame Mär, wie Herta Müller harte Eier essen musste, um "kotzen" zu können!
  • "Authentische Lebensgeschichte" oder Münchhausiade und Plagiat der geschmacklosen Art?
  • "Selig sind, die Verfolgung leiden um der Gerechtigkeit willen"!
  • Über Opfer mit Opfer-Bonus und Opfer-Abo
  • Wenn in deutschen Medien Mythen und Märchen als Fakten verkauft werden
  • Unprofessioneller, unkritischer Journalismus zwischen politischer Naivität und bewusster Desinformation
  • Oder gleite Instrumentalisierung zwecks politischer Einßussnahme und Deviation?
  • "April, April!?" Die Pseudo-Dissidentin rudert zurück!
  • Mythen, Puppenspieler und Puppe
  • Zu Herta Müllers "Lebenslauf" und der Securitate-Beobachtungsakte "Cristina"
  • Chronologie einer großen Lüge und Volksverdummung nach Maß
  • Wie Lügen salonfähig gemacht werden
  • Nachwort.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xvi, 215 p. illus., diagrs., tables.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving), SAL3 (off-campus storage), Special Collections

9. British sea birds [1947]

Book
143 p. illus., maps. 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xii, 188 p. : ill., music, map ; 27 cm. + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
  • Frank Allen
  • Reuben Allen
  • Bertha Bacon
  • Sarah Basham and Bertha Basham Wright
  • John W. Beattie
  • Henry Lawrence Beecher
  • John M. Bodiker
  • Paul Bogatay
  • Dolleah Church
  • Governor James M. Cox
  • Walter W. Dixon
  • Dulcerine Players of Southeastern Ohio : Bob White, Ken Ward, Lilly McGhee Ward Swick, Charles Ralston
  • Arthur Byrd Fields
  • Ella Strawser Flack
  • Blanche Wilson Fullen
  • Bob Gibson
  • A.B. Graham
  • Brodie Franklin Halley
  • Perry Harper
  • Amanda Styers Hook
  • Arthur Emerson Kieffer
  • Donald Langstaff
  • Fanny Hagerman Laylin
  • Lottie Leas
  • Bascom Lamar Lunsford
  • W.E. Lunsford and the John H. Lunsford Dulcimer
  • Marcus and Wade Martin and the Martin Dulcimers
  • Jane Jones McNerlin and the McNerlin Family Dulcimers
  • The National Folk Festival at St. Louis : May Kennedy McCord, Jenny Wells Vincent, Pete Seeger
  • Neva Randolph
  • Eli "Babe" Reno
  • Branch Rickey
  • Carl Sandburg
  • Arthur D. Tyler and the Tyler Dulcimer
  • William T. Utter and Scheitholts from Licking County
  • Bessie Weinrich
  • Faye Wemmer
  • Bird O. White and Anne White
  • Anne Rayner Wilson
  • Okey Wood and the Okey Wood Dulcimer.
Stories from the Anne Grimes Collection of American Folk Music is a treasury of American traditional music and Ohio's folklife heritage..Traveling along the highways and byways of Ohio in the 1950s as a folksinger and collector of traditional music, Anne Grimes encountered people from many different backgrounds who opened up their homes to her to share their most precious family heirlooms--their songs. She recorded these treasures for posterity and further preserved them through her lectures and recitals..After years of performance and research on her material, Anne Grimes decided to write about it all. This beautiful book presents her lively portraits of the major contributors with photographs taken by her husband, James W. Grimes; lyrics and extensive notes on the songs; and a CD sampler that includes performances by her contributors, most of whom had not been previously recorded. It also contains selections from Bob Gibson, Carl Sandburg, Pete Seeger, Jenny Wells Vincent, as well as Grimes herself. The Anne Grimes Collection is preserved in the Library of Congress..Besides songs, Anne Grimes also collected dulcimers, and portraits of these folk instruments and their players--including Anne Grimes herself--are featured throughout the book and on the CD. Photographs include some of the forty-two rare vintage dulcimers and other instruments collected by Anne Grimes that are now preserved at the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Institution..Songs and Dulcimer Playing.CD Selections from the Anne Grimes Collection:, .Reuben Allen, Bertha Bacon, Sarah Basham/Bertha Basham Wright, Henry Lawrence Beecher, John Bodiker, Dolleah Church, Walter W. Dixon, Ken Ward, Blanche Wilson Fullen, Bob Gibson, Brodie F. Halley, Perry Harper, Anne Grimes, Donald Langstaff, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, W.E. Lunsford, Jane Jones McNerlin, May Kennedy McCord, Jenny Wells Vincent, Pete Seeger, Neva Randolph, Babe Reno/Arbannah Reno, Branch Rickey, Carl Sandburg, Bessie Weinrich, Faye Wemmer, Okey Wood.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780821419434 20160604
Music Library
Book
ix, 353 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction / Monisha Bajaj
  • Symbol and substance : human rights education as an emergent global institution / Susan Garnett Russell and David F. Suárez
  • Emotions, critical pedagogy, and human rights education / Michalinos Zembylas
  • Evolution of human rights education models / Felisa L. Tibbitts
  • The right to human rights education : conceptual perspectives / Peter G. Kirchschlaeger
  • Challenges and complexity in human rights education : teachers' understandings of democratic participation and gender equity in post-conflict Kurdistan, Iraq / Audrey Osler and Chalank Yahya
  • Human rights education in postcolonial India / Monisha Bajaj and Rachel Wah
  • Politics, power, and protest : rights-based education policy and the limits of human rights education / Sam Mejias
  • Contentious human rights education : the case of professional development programs on sexual orientation and gender identity/based refuge protection / Oren Pizmony-Levy ad Megan Jensen
  • Historicizing critical educational praxis : human rights framework for justice-oriented teaching / Melissa L. Gibson and Carl A. Grant
  • Expanding the aspirational map : interactive learning and human rights in Tostan's community empowerment program / Beniamino Cislaghi, Diane Gillespie, and Gerald Mackie
  • Human rights education's role in peacebuilding : lessons from the field / Tracey Holland and J. Paul Martin
  • Leveraging diversity to become a global citizen : lessons for human rights education / Carol Anne Spreen and Chrissie Monaghan
  • Afterword / Nancy Flowers.
Over the past seven decades, human rights education has blossomed into a global movement. A field of scholarship that utilizes teaching and learning processes, human rights education addresses basic rights and broadens the respect for the dignity and freedom of all peoples. Since the founding of the United Nations and the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, human rights education has worked toward ensuring that schools and non-formal educational spaces become sites of promise and equity. Bringing together the voices of leaders and researchers deeply engaged in understanding the politics and possibilities of human rights education as a field of inquiry, Monisha Bajaj's Human Rights Education shapes our understanding of the practices and processes of the discipline and demonstrates the ways in which it has evolved into a meaningful constellation of scholarship, policy, curricular reform, and pedagogy. Contributions by pioneers in the field, as well as emerging scholars, constitute this foundational textbook, which charts the field's rise, outlines its conceptual frameworks and models, and offers case studies from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States. The volume analyzes how human rights education has been locally tailored to diverse contexts and looks at the tensions and triumphs of such efforts. Historicizing human rights education while offering concrete grounding for those who seek entry into this dynamic field of scholarship and practice, Human Rights Education is essential reading for students, educators, researchers, advocates, activists, practitioners, and policy makers. Contributors: Monisha Bajaj, Ben Cislaghi, Nancy Flowers, Melissa Leigh Gibson, Diane Gillespie, Carl A. Grant, Tracey Holland, Megan Jensen, Peter G. Kirchschlaeger, Gerald Mackie, J. Paul Martin, Sam Mejias, Chrissie Monaghan, Audrey Osler, Oren Pizmony-Levy, Susan Garnett Russell, Carol Anne Spreen, David Suarez, Felisa Tibbitts, Rachel Wahl, Chalank Yahya, Michalinos Zembylas.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780812249026 20170807
Law Library (Crown)

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