Naturally, such a short form should preserve the properties of the original when possible. The Forum acknowledged that a single approach to DH may not satisfy everyone (Figure.1). Pain scales were also completed from then in a 10 cmRead more
Written as the autobiographical account of a fictional teenage prep school student named Holden Caulfield, The Catcher in the Rye deals with material that is socially scandalous for the time (Gwynn, 1958). As an emotional, intelligent, and sensitive youngRead more
Andrew Lam and Globalization
Series organized by the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Program. I am inclined, of course, to be on the side of the latter. From cuisine and martial arts to sex and self-esteem, East Eats West shines new light on the bridges and crossroads where two hemispheres meld into one worldwide immigrant nation. Andrew Lam, the award-winning author of Perfume Dreams, continues to explore the Vietnamese diaspora, this time concentrating not only on how the East and West have changed but how they are changing each other.
Polygamy in Islamic Culture
Experiential paper on Islam
I am hardly alone. And if America is changing the world, the reverse is true also. It's a world in which everyone drinks coffee at Starbucks and eats at McDonald's and listens to Lady Gaga. But I tell him that he is mistaken. Yesterday my inheritance was simple - the sacred rice fields and rivers that defined who I was. Disney borrows world narratives Mulan" and "The Little Mermaid for instance) for backdrops, but it rewrites all complicated stories toward a singular outcome: happily ever after. Support also provided by ciber in the Fox School of Business and Management, GenEd, Vietnamese Studies, Department of English and the Faculty Senate Lectures and Forums Committee.