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Affiliate Professor, Univ of Washington, Psychology Dept and School of Law, 2002 – 2016
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Studied dance under George Balanchine (School of American Ballet) and Martha Graham, 1954-58
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Language can help to shape the way we think about the world. Richard Dawkins welcomes an attempt to raise consciousness about atheism by co-opting a word with cheerful associations
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The mission is to contribute to America’s cultural vitality by supporting the membership of diverse residency programs and advocating for creative environments that advance the endeavors of artists
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The Fabulous Grace of God: on revolutions in gay styles of dramatic literature through the onset of hiv/aids in AmericaThe Fabulous Grace of God: on revolutions in gay styles of dramatic literature through the onset of hiv/aids in America
He who learns must suffer. And even in our sleep pain that cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the human heart, and in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.”
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Sermon preached by Reverend Dr Mark Bratton at Edgbaston, St. George’sSermon preached by Reverend Dr Mark Bratton at Edgbaston, St. George’s
My thanks to Julian for inviting me. And my thanks to you all for giving me a rare opportunity to ‘preach away’ on medical ethics and the challenges it poses for the 21st century
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Nominees for Descartes Prize for Science Communication Category 1: Professional scientists engaged in science communication to the public Nominee: Dr. Osmo Pekonen Country: FinlandNominees for Descartes Prize for Science Communication Category 1: Professional scientists engaged in science communication to the public Nominee: Dr. Osmo Pekonen Country: Finland
Category 1: Professional scientists engaged in science communication to the public
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Activism, Apocalypse, and the Avant-Garde. The fifth biennial conference for the Association for Study of Literature and the Environment (asle), The University of Edinburgh, 10-13th July 2008
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Any student found guilty of plagiarism, fabrication, cheating on examinations, or purchasing papers or other assignments, will receive a failing grade in the course and be dismissed as a major from the School of Journalism
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Affiliate Professor, Univ of Washington, Psychology Dept and School of Law, 2002 – 2016
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One advantage of exposing students to several of the stories, is to demonstrate that there is such a range of explanations about creation. Many students may only be familiar with the Judeo-Christian creation story
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American magazine coverage of domestic violence: Reflecting on 30 years of the public dialogue about intimate abuse
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Affiliate Professor, Univ of Washington, Psychology Dept and School of Law, 2002 – 2016
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Affiliate Professor, Univ of Washington, Psychology Dept and School of Law, 2002 – 2016
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Founder and Senior Pastor, Willow Creek Community Church, South Barrington, Illinois
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