By Fred W. Voget
In They name Me Agnes, the narrator, Agnes Deernose, offers a hot, own view of Crow Indian kinfolk existence and culture.
Fred Voget, anthropologist and followed Crow, units the degree for Agnes’s tale, which he compiled from broad interviews with Agnes and her neighbors. He describes the origins of the Crows and their tradition in the course of buffalo-hunting days and early reservation existence. via Agnes, an aged Crow girl, he additionally unearths alterations wrought in this as soon as far-ranging, self sustaining tribe by means of twentieth-century forces.
By J. Morris Slemons
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Ida Leeson used to be no usual librarian. At a time whilst in basic terms males rose to such positions within the Australian library international, she gained an epic fight to develop into Mitchell Librarian - a place formerly held simply by means of males.
This ebook reviews the print tradition of the 19th century because it formed the meanings and the cultural value of literary works by means of ladies writers - Mary Robinson, Felicia Hemans, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, girl Blessington, woman Morgan, Caroline Norton, Letitia Elizabeth Landon, and others. Colour'd Shadows explains and translates the actual kinds of their books, the economics and politics of creation and reception, and the cultural meanings in their literary paintings, exhibiting how poems, literary annuals, engravings, advertisement preparations, the practices of girls editors in addition to writers, the politics of gender, the altering technique of creation, and women's literary relationships spread within the medium of print and, extra principally, the quickly altering tradition of the century.
This ebook is split into 3 sections: (1) Jobs, Careers, and international Mobility; (2) thoughts from overseas Collaborations; and (3) girls Leaders of the worldwide Chemistry company. bankruptcy 1 is an summary bankruptcy that summarizes the contents of the entire chapters and likewise offers the history and the framework for the subjects delineated within the book.
This ebook is meant to be necessary to a variety of audiences within the worldwide chemistry firm, together with scientists and engineers in academia, undefined, executive, non-profit firms, and small companies, in addition to undergraduate and graduate scholars. for individuals drawn to jobs, careers, and overseas academic and coaching possibilities, they might are looking to learn Chapters 1-3. fairly worthwhile are the numerous assets at present on hand at ACS (and in other places) which are proven in these chapters. foreign collaboration is turning into an more and more great tool for occupation luck. bankruptcy five (by Carroll) supplies an summary of ACS services that may be used to facilitate overseas collaboration. Chapters 6-17 supply many glorious examples of overseas collaborations and the optimistic results caused by such collaborations. eventually, Chapters 18-33 current the tales of sixteen winning girls scientists through the global who've triumph over bias, family members calls for, and different problems to accomplish extraordinary good fortune in clinical scholarship and/or expert management. those tales might be inspirational to all female and male readers.
By Sarah Hepola