Childbirth in the Americas: Part One

Childbirth in the Americas: Part One

Rumors, Threats and C-Sections in Rural Yucatan. Veronica Miranda, U Kentucky. Series Introduction by Eliza Williamson and Mounia El Kotni.
10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

Whitney Carter
The Yangtze River begins in the Tibetan Plateau and flows eastward into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  At 3,915 miles, the Yangtze is the
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Rina Sherman and the Ovahimba

Rina Sherman and the Ovahimba

Nancy Stein (Florida Atlantic U)
Exhibit Review Approach the exhibit hall of the Francois Mitterrand National Library of France (BnF) Donor’s Gallery in Paris, and the ful
Cultivating Knowledge about Cannabis Legalization

Cultivating Knowledge about Cannabis Legalization

Jennifer Curtis (U Edinburgh)
Rachel F. Giraudo (California State U, Northridge)
The 2015 Annual Meeting in Denver provided a unique opportunity for members to learn firsthand about possibilities and risks accompanying le
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Making Connections Through Simulation

Making Connections Through Simulation

Priscilla Bennett
The simulator operator warned me that I might get sick. I stepped down from the platform into the cockpit, mentally preparing myself for the
The Bright Future Without You

The Bright Future Without You

Jennifer J. Carroll (The Miriam Hospital)
On a bright summer day in a sleepy park on Kyiv’s left bank, Mariya tells me that she is done. Done with the doctors. Done with the pills.
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The Shah of Snakes

The Shah of Snakes

Iklim Goksel
Why Shahmaran Matters Within the cultural fabric of Anatolia and the plains of Mesopotamia lies the story of Shahmaran, a beautiful woman wi
San Bernardino

San Bernardino

Michael Harkin
Long before it became an eponym for mass slaughter like Aurora or Sandy Hook, San Bernardino was a modestly prosperous, multi-ethnic, and fo
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Childbirth in the Americas: Part One

Childbirth in the Americas: Part One

Rumors, Threats and C-Sections in Rural Yucatan. Veronica Miranda, U Kentucky. Series Introduction by Eliza Williamson and Mounia El Kotni.
10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

10 Trillion Gallons of Water Should Drown China’s Yangtze Gorges World Heritage Application

Whitney Carter
The Yangtze River begins in the Tibetan Plateau and flows eastward into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  At 3,915 miles, the Yangtze is the
-
Rina Sherman and the Ovahimba

Rina Sherman and the Ovahimba

Nancy Stein (Florida Atlantic U)
Exhibit Review Approach the exhibit hall of the Francois Mitterrand National Library of France (BnF) Donor’s Gallery in Paris, and the ful
Cultivating Knowledge about Cannabis Legalization

Cultivating Knowledge about Cannabis Legalization

Jennifer Curtis (U Edinburgh)
Rachel F. Giraudo (California State U, Northridge)
The 2015 Annual Meeting in Denver provided a unique opportunity for members to learn firsthand about possibilities and risks accompanying le
-
Making Connections Through Simulation

Making Connections Through Simulation

Priscilla Bennett
The simulator operator warned me that I might get sick. I stepped down from the platform into the cockpit, mentally preparing myself for the
The Bright Future Without You

The Bright Future Without You

Jennifer J. Carroll (The Miriam Hospital)
On a bright summer day in a sleepy park on Kyiv’s left bank, Mariya tells me that she is done. Done with the doctors. Done with the pills.
-
The Shah of Snakes

The Shah of Snakes

Iklim Goksel
Why Shahmaran Matters Within the cultural fabric of Anatolia and the plains of Mesopotamia lies the story of Shahmaran, a beautiful woman wi
San Bernardino

San Bernardino

Michael Harkin
Long before it became an eponym for mass slaughter like Aurora or Sandy Hook, San Bernardino was a modestly prosperous, multi-ethnic, and fo
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