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Spring 2012 Vol. 2 Issue 1 By UC Berkeley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal
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This is the second volume, first issue of the UC Berkeley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal, showcasing work by undergraduates in Comparative Literature across the world.
The Travel Section By UC Berkeley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal
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The fourth issue of the UC Berkeley CLUJ Travel Section features engaging and imaginative stories from all over the world. From protests in India to festivals in Spain, from Paraguay to Paris, these... More > pieces sense how traveling can lift one to endless possibilities of discovery. With the right mindset, traveling can widen our perspective and allow us to explore new, unknown heights. We hope that reading these stories inspires you to travel with the same intent, expanding your understanding of the world and of yourself.< Less
Nothing Compares By Bryan Murdaugh
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Liturgical Worship song especially appropriate for the Epiphany of our Lord.
COMPARATIVE METAMATHEMATICS By Gordon Mackay
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This is an introduction to a unified hyper-, super-, or otherwise-exotic mathematics, based on Mathematical Modeling of algorisms and then algorithms, more along Vedic than other cultural platforms,... More > that has a unified concept of Consciousness-Generated Comparative(s) of Seed-Flow Interchangeance Amongst Voidance. This book does not necessarily respect any one culture or society above any others, especially those that choose their own mathematical systems; but it has a most general mathematical layout.< Less
Comparative Religion By Carla Mooney
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Illustrated by Lena Chandhok More than 7 billion people live on our planet and more than 80 percent of them describe themselves as being religious. Few topics incite such passion as religion. What... More > does that mean? Why are humans invested in ideas that may never be proved? Why has religion played such an important role in history? In Comparative Religion: Investigate the World Through Religious Tradition, readers seek answers to these questions by comparing and contrasting the cultural, spiritual, and geographical underpinnings of five different religions. By developing a better understanding of the similarities and differences among religions of the world, readers gain a strong foothold in a dialogue that has continued for thousands of years. Combining hands-on activities with theology, history, geography, world cultures, art, and architecture, Comparative Religion encourages a deeper understanding of the world’s religions.< Less
Parenting ComParables By Marisa Rickerson
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Why does God want us to call Him Father? What does it mean to have a “personal relationship” with Him? We speak of these things so frequently and casually, but have our minds really... More > been renewed to walk by faith in the reality of them? Parenting ComParables is a collection of parables which compare our parenting with the parenting of our Heavenly Father. Parables empower us to understand the mysterious things of God. Parenting ComParables allows us to more fully grasp what it means to have an intimate relationship with the loving, faithful, providing, long-suffering, personal, and engaging God who is called Father. Parenting ComParables will infuse you with a deeper confirmation of Who He is as your Father and who you as His very own child. Perhaps the greatest need we have right now as Christians is the need to continually renew our minds with the truth and uproot any misunderstandings concerning the goodness of our Father and our love relationship with Him.< Less
Parenting ComParables By Marisa Rickerson
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Why does God want us to call Him Father? What does it mean to have a “personal relationship” with Him? We speak of these things so frequently and casually, but have our minds really... More > been renewed to walk by faith in the reality of them? Parenting ComParables is a collection of parables which compare our parenting with the parenting of our Heavenly Father. Parables empower us to understand the mysterious things of God. Parenting ComParables allows us to more fully grasp what it means to have an intimate relationship with the loving, faithful, providing, long-suffering, personal, and engaging God who is called Father. Parenting ComParables will infuse you with a deeper confirmation of Who He is as your Father and who you as His very own child. Perhaps the greatest need we have right now as Christians is the need to continually renew our minds with the truth and uproot any misunderstandings concerning the goodness of our Father and our love relationship with Him.< Less
Comparative Narratives By K. Tyler
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Comparative Narratives is an exploration of memory within the family unit. I chose to develop this collection of family histories and shared experiences in the form of a cinematic montage as... More > sequenced within the book. The family archive becomes key to my visual language, and working in tandem with the signified nostalgia the text and images are designed as if part of a moving space not unlike one's own memory. In creating the text as a third person narrative I sought to enable readers to better enter the experiences of the characters. The story becomes somewhat non-linear as it moves in and out of each character’s recollection of events. The narrative of this project ultimately explores the connection of memory to trauma, as well as how we come to adopt our memories.< Less
Comparative Philosophy By Mike Rose
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For the new millenium, a replacement for de Saussure's COURSE IN GENERAL LINGUISTICS
Faith & Compare By Melissa Dukes
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This is a book about the Amish pentecostal and non demnotional coming together as a community