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Online Supplement Table Appendix A2: Characteristics of Instructional Leadership SASS Literature Through Mid-2013

Jared Levy Boyce & Alex J. Bowers
Supplementary table for "Towards an Evolving Conceptualization of Instructional Leadership as Leadership for Learning: Meta-Narrative Review of 109 Quantitative Studies Across 25 Years." published in the Journal of Educational Administration. The article can be found at www.doi.org/10.1108/JEA-06-2016-0064

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Leaders in Tibet: A Guide

Organizational chart of leading Communist Party cadres in Tibetan-inhabited areas of China.

Nancy Haynes: Art work

Nancy Haynes
Haynes was born in 1947 and moved to New York in 1967. She lives and works in Red Hook, Brooklyn and the Huerfano Valley, Colorado. Haynes' exhibition history begins in 1978 at the Hundred Dollar Gallery, in NYC. She is presently included in group exhibits at Danese Gallery, NY and Regina Rex Gallery in Bushwick, Queens, NY, and is represented by George Lawson Gallery in LA and Hubert Winter Gallery in Vienna. Her work is...

James Brown Jr.: Art work

Artist's statement: "I studied oil painting in high school. During my senior year I dropped out of school and spent the last semester in night school to receive my diploma. That same year I enrolled in the Art Students League for one year, then transferred to the School of Visual Arts all evening classes for the next 7-8 years. In about 1968 I attended the School of Visual Arts full time for the first time....

Sonia Gechtoff: Art work

Sonia Gechtoff
My father was a painter originally from Odessa, Ukraine who traveled the world with my mother before I was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1926. He encouraged me to be a painter and had me sit beside him at his easel with a brush and paints and beginning at age six he was there to spur me on. When I came to San Francisco, California in 1951 I found the major turning point for my...

Supplemental questionnaire for Diagnosing the Self: An Ethnography of Clinical Management of Gender in Children

Sahar Sadjadi
This dissertation is an ethnographic study of the clinical practices emerging around gender non-conforming children in the U.S. It explores the epistemic, techno-scientific and socio-cultural conditions of the emergence of these clinical practices, their related diagnostic categories, and their convergence with categories of personhood among children, such as the transgender child. In addition to diagnostic practices, it analyzes the development of psychotherapeutic and medical treatments for gender atypical children, particularly the recent treatment named "puberty...

Gilda Pervin: Art work

Gilda Pervin
Gilda Pervin was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After receiving BA and M.Litt degrees from the University of Pittsburgh, she went on to get her art training at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. The year she was graduated from the Academy, 1974, she moved to Dallas, Texas, where she lived and worked for seven years. During those years she helped create “500 Exposition Gallery”, a showplace for artists to try out and...

Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands: FMNH99013.04

Joshua Adam Drew
Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands.

Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands: FMNH 274826

Joshua Adam Drew
Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands.

Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands: FMNH 274826.02

Joshua Adam Drew
Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands.

Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands: FMNH99046.02

Joshua Adam Drew
Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands.

Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands: FMNH99071.05

Joshua Adam Drew
Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands.

Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands: FMNH99071.02

Joshua Adam Drew
Shark tooth weapon of the Gilbert Islands.

Supplemental figure for Diagnosing the Self: An Ethnography of Clinical Management of Gender in Children

Sahar Sadjadi
This dissertation is an ethnographic study of the clinical practices emerging around gender non-conforming children in the U.S. It explores the epistemic, techno-scientific and socio-cultural conditions of the emergence of these clinical practices, their related diagnostic categories, and their convergence with categories of personhood among children, such as the transgender child. In addition to diagnostic practices, it analyzes the development of psychotherapeutic and medical treatments for gender atypical children, particularly the recent treatment named "puberty...

Susan May Tell: Art Work

Susan May Tell
Susan May Tell is an award-winning fine art photographer whose work has been showcased in solo exhibitions at the Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale; Griffin Museum of Photography; University of California at San Francisco; and Avenue B Gallery. Solo exhibitions include A Requiem: tribute to the spiritual space at Auschwitz; Structured Moments; and Real / Unreal: urban landscapes of the 1980’s. Tell’s photographs are in the Samuel Wagstaff Collection at the Smithsonian Museum and...

Eva Deutsch Costabel: Art work

Eva Deutsch Costabel
From the age of 6, in her native Zagreb, Eva Deutsch Costabel knew she would be an artist. The many-hued traditional costumes, The play of light and color in the lush countryside, the Yugoslavian peasant art itself, were all seeds which she would come to cultivate years later, far away, in a new and different world. But first the Nazi occupation, in 1941, meant the beginning of an odyssey of flight and displacement, and then...

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