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Submissions from 2015

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In Favor of Weeding, Christine Ferguson

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HECT E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Itch Functions as a Novel Nega, Gary T. ZeRuth, Jason G. Williams, Yasemin C. Cole, and Anton M. Jetten

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Teaching Transparency: A One-State Case Study of Sunshine Laws and the Journalism Curriculum, Melony Shemberger

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Exploring the impact of stakeholder pressure on environmental management strategies at the plant level: What does industry have to do with it?, Teresa K. Betts, F. Wiengarten, and S. Tadisina

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Exploring the impact of stakeholder pressure on environmental management strategies at the plant level and industry, Teresa Betts, F. Wiengarten, and S. Tadisina

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Conducted in a Whisper: A Case Study of the Current State of LGBT Studies, Joshua Adair

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"The Suicide Survivor's Guide to Crafts", Joshua Adair

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"Turned on: On the Impossibility of Queer (and) Composition, Joshua Adair and Paul Walker

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Writings of the Luddites, Kevin Binfield

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Learning from the Swets Fallout, Christine Ferguson

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Taming Mobile Applications, Christine Ferguson

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Identity Performance in Roleplaying Games, Danielle Nielsen

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Trauma and Deconversion: Questions for Pastors and Philosophers, Michelle Panchuk

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Ex-Actly as I Thought: The Unbecoming of a Mormon Man, Paul Walker

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Yes/No Means No/Yes: (Non) Consensual Rhetoric, Paul Walker

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Yes/No means No/Yes: (Non)Consensual Rhetoric, Paul Walker and Joshua Adair

Books from 2014

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Subdivisions for Biblical Studies, Theology, and Ministry: Making Search Terms Do the Work, Leslie Engelson

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Taming Mobile Applications, Cris Ferguson

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“Not Satisfied with the Ending: Connecting The World in the Evening to Maurice.”, Joshua Adair

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Just Ask Teachers: Building expertise, trusting subjectivity, and valuing difference in writing assessment, Paul Walker

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Of Gardens and Prosperity: Toward an Inspired Land Ethic, Paul Walker

Submissions from 2013

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A Mightier Pin: Creating a Credible Reference Library on Pinterest at Murray State University, Rebecca Richardson, Candace Vance, Elizabeth Price, and Jeffrey Henry

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Commercial Commercial eBook Publisher Platforms, Cris Ferguson

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The Economists of the Reformation: An Overview of Reformation Teaching Concerning Work, Wealth, and Interest, David Eaton

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Women Who Kill: An Analysis of Cases in Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century London, Kathy Callahan

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Correlations between Title Keywords and LCSH Terms and Their Implication for Fast-Track Cataloging, Leslie Engelson

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Composition’s Akrasia: The Devaluing of Intuitive Expertise in Writing Assessment, Paul Walker

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""More than slightly mad": Beverley Nichols and the Merry Hall Trilogy.", Joshua Adair

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Universal Design in First-Year Composition – Why Do We Need It, How Can We Do It?, Danielle Nielsen

Without Allies: Adela Quested as Failed New Woman in E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India, Danielle Nielsen

Writing in Context: Composition in First-Year Learning Communities, Paul Walker

Submissions from 2012

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Global Contamination Trends of Persistent Organic Chemicals, Bommanna G. Loganathan 8093044 and Paul K.S. Lam

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Technical Services Assessment: Help for Navigating the Wilderness, Leslie Engelson

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Satire, William Jones

Survival and Acceptance in Flora Annie Steel's On the Face of the Waters: A Tale of the Mutiny, Danielle Nielsen

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The Dangerous ‘New Woman’ in the Victorian Press: ‘blind alike to maiden modesty and maternal dignity, Danielle Nielsen

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Charles Abrams vs. Robert Moses: Contested Rhetorics of Urban Housing, Paul Walker

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Pausing to Reflect: Mass Observation, Blogs, and Composing Everyday Life, Paul Walker

Submissions from 2011

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Samuel Butler's Life and Habit and The Way of All Flesh: Traumatic Evolution, Danielle Nielsen

Submissions from 2010

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"Beverley Nichols' and John Fowler's Queer Domesticity", Joshua Adair

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"House Museum or Walk-In Closet? The (Non)Representation of Gay Men in the Museums They Called Home", Joshua Adair

"'Say They Are Saints Although That Saints They Show Not': John Weever's 1599 Epigrams to Marston, Jonson, and Shakespeare, William Jones

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The Bishops’ Ban of 1599 and the Ideology of English Satire, William Jones

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Finding the "Lower Lovely Purposes" of Writing, Paul Walker

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(Un)Earthing a Vocabulary of Values, Paul Walker

Submissions from 2009

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Outracing the market: A NASCAR portfolio as a test case of returns and diversification., David Durr, David H. Eaton, and Todd Broker

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Ned Ludd and Laboring-Class Autobiography, Kevin Binfield

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After the Revival, Carrie Jerrell

"People Have to Watch What They Say": What Horace, Juvenal, and 9/11 Can Tell Us about Satire and History, William Jones

Submissions from 2008

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Luddites, Kevin Binfield

Submissions from 2006

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Luddites et luddisme, Kevin Binfield and Emilie Cousin

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Labor and an Ethic of Variety in The Farmer's Boy, Kevin Binfield

Submissions from 2002

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Integrating and evaluating interdisciplinary sustainability and STEM curriculum in geographical education: A case of three teaching modalities, Susan Gilbertz, Brittany Wood, Christopher Craig, Ismail Karabas, Elizabeth Petrun Sayers, and Benjamin McCormick

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Celebrity memes, audioshop, and participatory fan culture: A case study on Keanu Reeves memes, Danielle Nielsen and Diane Sabenacio Nititham

Submissions from 2001

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Class, Classes, and Clashes with the New Romantic Canon, Kevin Binfield

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The French, the “Long-wished-for Revolution,” and the Just War in Joanna Southcott, Kevin Binfield

Submissions from 2000

Industrial Gender: manly Men and Cross-Dressers in the Luddite Movement, Kevin Binfield

Submissions from 1997

Demonology, Ethos, and Community in Cobbett and Shelley, Kevin Binfield

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Justification Strategies in the Writings of Joanna Southcott: Teaching Radical Women Poets in Conservative Institutions, Kevin Binfield

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“May they be divided never”: Ethics, History, and the Rhetorical Imagination in Shelley’s “The Coliseum”, Kevin Binfield