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Fish Climbing Trees By Meredith Vachon
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The Fish’s Ability to Climb a Tree is a firsthand account of a college student's first year as a Secondary Education Major at the University of Vermont. Meredith Vachon takes you through her... More > journey-- the good, the bad and the ugly. In Fish Climbing a Tree, the reader will learn about Meredith's doubts, strengths, epiphanies, and her educational mentor who guides her through it all.< Less
Solstice Anthology 2009 By edited by: Genevieve Fitzgerald
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Poetry, Fiction and Nonfiction from the Meredith College summer session Focusing on Form, 2009
Solstice Anthology 2010 By edited by: Genevieve Fitzgerald
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Fiction and Nonfiction and Poetry from the Meredith College summer session Focusing on Form, 2010.
Solstice Anthology 2011 By edited by: Genevieve Fitzgerald
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Solstice Anthology 2012 By edited by: Genevieve Fitzgerald
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Solstice Anthology 2011 By edited by: Genevieve Fitzgerald
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Wax Foundations: Encaustic in the Southeast By Kristen Gallagher
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This catalogue is the print version of the online catalogue that appeared in conjunction with "Wax Foundations: Encaustic in the Southeast" at Meredith College in 2012.
Beyond the Door By Jackie Howard
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To help Meredith Moore and her brothers deal with the changes in their lives, their grandfather began telling them rich stories about their ancestors, who were advisers to kings in a magical and... More > far-off land. Their grandfather stopped telling stories, however, when their grandmother, his high school sweetheart, passed away from cancer. Now, Meredith is an 18-year-old, freshmen in college, and her brothers have been kidnapped. The police have no leads, and the family has not received any sort of ransom demands from the kidnappers. Meredith's grandfather is convinced that Cameron and Tyler were taken to a magical world, the same world as the setting of his stories. While her grandfather is on a much needed vacation, Meredith investigates a noise coming from the basement and discovers a door that leads to a magical world. When Meredith passes through the door, she begins an adventure that teaches her the truth about her family's history and leads her to her brothers.< Less
Writing American Cultures By Sam Schrager
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In Writing American Cultures, students at The Evergreen State College have crafted essays containing vital ethnographic insights about their communities. Ataya Cesspooch uses videos to explore how... More > Native people build community online. Linna Teng studies the impact of skin color on women’s self-esteem in her Cambodian American community. Auricia Guardado turns up startling revelations about her family’s past in El Salvador and Honduras. Jack Sukimoto traces cultural change in his Los Angeles Japanese American community. Olivier Matthon documents life and labor among transitory wild mushroom pickers. Meredith Hobrla looks at the freewheeling lifestyle of “dirtbag” rock climbers. Kyle Sullivan-Jones examines family and school support for autistic youth. Melanie Curran depicts her sensory experiences with New Orleans vernacular architecture. An introduction by Sam Schrager, folklorist and Evergreen faculty, argues for the untapped potential of ethnography in liberal arts education.< Less
The Apollinarian Christologies By T J Carter
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A comprehensive study of the Christological writings of Apollinarius of Laodicea, including English translations of treatises and fragments, and a reconstruction of the Apodeixis. “T.J.... More > Carter’s work provides a fresh and thorough look at the whole body of fragments of the works of Apollinarius of Laodicea, not simply another summary account illustrated by selective quotations. He presents what can be learned of the Fragments’ historical and theological contexts, offers exegeses of the texts individually, and as a whole, and reviews Apollinarian scholarship in its most thorough analysts, especially Voisin, Grillmeier, de Riedmatten and Mühlenberg. The tour de force is his work on the Apodeixis...” Rev. Dr F.J.Laishley S.J. Heythrop College, University of London. “This is a very thorough and thought-provoking thesis” Rev. Dr Anthony Meredith, S.J. Heythrop College, University of London. “This is a valuable contribution to our understanding of Apollinaris” Professor Andrew Louth, University of Durham< Less