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U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Colonel (Ret.) Howard S. Levie

Thomas Dougall
Biography Colonel Howard S. Levie was born in Wolverine, Michigan on December 19, 1907. As a young child he grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and New York City attending public schools in both cities. He attended Speyer Experimental Junior High School, the first junior high school in the United States and graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School, which would later cite him as a Distinguished Alumnus. He earned an A.B. degree from Cornell University in...

#Alt-Academy 01: Alternative Academic Careers for Humanities Scholars

Bethany Nowviskie
A 2014 e-book compilation of the 24 essays published by 32 authors in the 2011 release of the open-access website #Alt-Academy, an edited collection on the subject of academic careers beyond the traditional professoriate.

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Major General (USA Ret.) Harold E. Parker

Robert C. McFetridge & Harry L. Williams, Jr.
Harold E. Parker was born in Canton, New York, on 25 March 1918. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Cornell University in 1938 and was commissioned as a second lieutenant, Field Artillery, in the Army Reserves. Soon after graduation he married his high school sweetheart, Jane (Burnham) Parker, and they moved to New York City. General Parker held a variety of jobs in New York, from selling insurance to working for...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Colonel Elizabeth R. Smith, Jr. (USA Ret.)

Linda S. Burgan
Biographical Sketch Colonel Smith was born in Ravenna, Kentucky on December 27, 1926 and grew up in Irvine, Kentucky. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kentucky in 1950. Colonel Smith was admitted to the Kentucky State Bar after her graduation and she practiced law in Irvine, Kentucky, for a short period of time until she entered the Women's Army Corps in 1951. Colonel Smith entered the Army as a second...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted with Colonel Charles A. White, United States Army (Retired)

Daniel Derner & Kevin Shriner
Colonel Charles A. White, Jr. was born in Newport News, Virginia on January 27, 1939 as the only child. He graduated Matthews High School in 1958 as class salutatorian. He went on to attend the College of William and Mary and received his Bachelor of Arts degree as well as being commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant Armor Officer in the U.S. Army in 1961. As part of William & Mary's six year law program, he began...

Da televisão ao YouTube: influenciadores, audiências e normas

Jess Reia, Pedro Augusto Pereira Francisco, Bruna Castanheira de Freitas & Pedro Mizukami
O YouTube é, atualmente, a maior plataforma de streaming de vídeo on-line do mundo. Criado, em 2005, e adquirido pelo Google pouco mais de um ano depois, conta com cerca de 2 bilhões de usuários - um número que representa quase um terço do total de usuários da Internet - e dá acesso a, diariamente, mais de 1 bilhão de horas de vídeo, com bilhões de visualizações, em 91 países e em oitenta idiomas diferentes....

A Genealogical index to the guides of the microfilm edition of Records of ante-bellum Southern plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War

Jean Cooper
"Records of Ante-bellum Southern Plantations From the Revolution Through the Civil War" is a microfilm collection of manuscripts held in several major research libraries throughout the South. This collection originated as part of an effort to make primary source materials related to slavery more available to the researcher. This index seeks to help the genealogist and family history researcher by offering a guide to the genealogical materials available in the Records. In this volume, I...

The University of Virginia Oral History Project: Interviews with Gordon C. Burris

Sheree Scarborough
Biographical Statement Gordon C. Burris was born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1943. He received his B.A. from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1965. In 1967, he received his master’s degree in physical education from the University of Virginia. Burris was named head soccer coach in 1966 for the University. He went on to work as head coach in tennis and golf; assistant dean of admissions; assistant director of the Alumni Association where he was...

Politics of Art: Debating the Marbles

Alicia Dissinger & Veronica-Gaia Ikeshoji-Orlati
A publication derived from ARAH 9505, Spring 2011, Professor A. Dakouri-Hild. Edited by A.M. Dissinger and V.G.A. Ikeshoji-Orlati. With essay contributions by A.M. Dissinger, V.G.A. Ikeshoji-Orlati, E.M. Merrill, A.M. Middleton and E.M. Molacek.

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Major General (Ret.) Michael J. Nardotti, Jr.

Kevin Boyle & Michael McHugh
Major General (Retired) Michael Nardotti served as the Judge Advocate General from October 1993 through August 1997. While serving in that position is he often credited with developing the JAGC motto "Soldiers First." However, that philosophy developed over a career spanning twenty-eight years. MG (R) Nardotti was born in Brooklyn, New York on 30 April 1947. Shortly thereafter he moved to Long Island New York and graduated from Uniondale High School. After graduation he became...

Sustaining Open Scholarship: through the University of Virginia Library

Ellen Ramsey, Brandon Butler, Lorrie Chisholm, Dave Ghamandi & Sherry Lake
The Library is committed to supporting open access - free online access to the products of research - because we know that openness ensures greater dissemination, inclusiveness, and integrity for research. By supporting openness, we support the advancement of knowledge and the education of the next generation. This booklet contains resources, tools, and services, plus a great deal more, that the Library has either created, supports, or suggests. There are resources for Researchers, Scholars, Instructors...

The University of Virginia Oral History Project: Interviews with Leonard W. Sandridge, Jr.

Sheree Scarborough
Biographical Statement Leonard W. Sandridge was born in Crozet, Virginia in 1942. In 1964, he received his B.S. in Business Administration with a major in accounting from the University of Richmond. He served in the Army on active duty in Okinawa from 1965-66, and following that served as an officer in the Army Reserves until 1984. Sandridge received his master’s degree in accounting from the University of Virginia in 1974. He began working for the...

Building Bridges: UCEA's First Two Decades

Michelle Young & Jack Culbertson
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U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted with Major General (Ret.) Hugh J. Clausen

Tom Mason & Gene Stoker
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Smart cities no Brasil: regulação, tecnologia e direitos

Jess Reia & Luca Belli
O ecossistema de cidades inteligentes no Brasil tem se modificado para se adaptar (e criar) demandas de um mercado crescente. Com mais de 5.500 municípios, duas megacidades e desafios históricos de planejamento urbano e infraestrutura, o país oferece um mercado atrativo para o “tecnossolucionismo” que nem sempre tem o interesse público e a melhoria das condições de vida dos cidadãos como prioridade. O uso de tecnologia pode solucionar problemas ou criar novos desafios, exacerbando desigualdades...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Colonel (Ret.) Frederick Bernays Wiener

Michael J. Kelleher & Dan Trimble
Colonel Wiener began his life in 1906. His early childhood and schooling were spent in and around the New York City area. After a year's sojourn to a school in Switzerland in 1921, he returned to the United States and finished his preparatory training at Dwight School in New York. After graduation he attended Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, where he successfully completed the requirements for a PhB in 1927. From 1927 to 1930...

Where Nerds Are Normal: Peer Relationships in Six Indian High Schools

Murray Milner
Six Indian high schools were studied in 2007-08. This includes four schools in Delhi: a Catholic girl’s school, a de facto nationalistic Hindu school, a Jain school, and a government school. A fifth school was in a tribal area (in contrast to a Hindu or Muslim dominated area) in North East India. A sixth school was located in a remote area in South India. The analysis looks at variations between schools and between subgroups within...

Cohabitation Register of Louisa County, Virginia

Jean Cooper
This is a transcription of a Freedmen's Bureau Cohabitation List from Louisa County, Virginia. It served as a legal marriage record for newly freed men and women who wished to register their marriages under the auspices of the United States government.

Da fotocopiadora à nuvem: Acesso ao conhecimento, pirataria e educação

Jess Reia, Pedro Augusto Pereira Francisco, Bruna Castanheira de Freitas & Pedro Mizukami
Esse livro é o resultado de muitos anos de pesquisas e colaborações. O último de uma série de projetos financiados pelo International Development Research Centre (IDRC) e desenvolvidos pelo Centro de Tecnologia e Sociedade da FGV, foi pensado em rede e costurado por muitas mãos. Ao olhar para os processos de digitalização, a série à qual esse livro pertence tentou entender desdobramentos e impactos de novas tecnologias na produção cultural em diferentes setores. Aqui apresentamos...

The University of Virginia Oral History Project: Interviews with Alexander G. Gilliam, Jr.

Sheree Scarborough
Biographical Statement Alexander G. “Sandy” Gilliam, Jr. was born in 1933 in Baltimore, Maryland. He received his B.A. in history from the University of Virginia in 1955. Gilliam served a year in the U.S. Army in counterintelligence. Returning home, he spent a year in graduate school at the University of Virginia and taught at St. Christopher’s School in Richmond. In the early 1960s, he was in the Foreign Service, and served in both Israel and...

The University of Virginia Oral History Project: Interviews with John T. Casteen III

Sheree Scarborough
Biographical Statement John T. Casteen III was born in 1943, in Portsmouth, Virginia. He received three degrees in English from the University of Virginia (B.A. in 1965, M.A. in 1966, and Ph.D. in 1970). He began his professional career teaching English at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1975, he returned to the University of Virginia where he served as Dean of Admissions and taught English until 1982. Between 1982 and 1985 he served as...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Colonel (Ret.) Edward W. Haughney

Jessica Golembiewski & Chris Jenks
Edward W. Haughney was born in Brooklyn, New York on 8 December 1917. He is the oldest of four children; he has a younger brother and two younger sisters. He attended elementary, junior high, and high school in Brooklyn. During two summers while in high school he worked as an apprentice stream fitter for the Luckenbach Steamship Company. In 1935, at the age of 17, he entered Brooklyn College but left after one semester and...

Hidden Wills : An Index of Wills Found in Central Virginia Chancery Records Through 1870

Jean Cooper
A will is a legal document containing instructions as to what should be done with one’s money and property after one's death. Wills often provide a detailed outline of more than one generation of the members of a family, and can reveal previously unknown connections among individuals. There are copies of many wills in the Chancery Court cases accessible through the Library of Virginia’s Chancery Records Index. "According to Black’s Law Dictionary, a chancery cause...

The Public Domain Song Anthology

David Berger & Chuck Israels
The Public Domain Song Anthology by David Berger and Chuck Israels is a collection of 348 popular songs with modern and traditional harmonization for both study and performance. This open educational resource was curated by two leading jazz repertory experts and consists of songs in the US public domain. This anthology is the first of its kind and is free for students and performers to use, adapt, remix, and share. The songs, many of which...

SPEC Kit 334: Research Data Management Services

Sherry Lake, Andrew Sallans, Barbara Pralle, David Fearon & Betsy Gunia
The SPEC Survey on Research Data Management Services was designed by Barbara E. Pralle, Head, Entrepreneurial Library Program and Interim Manager JHU Data Management Services, David Fearon and Betsy Gunia, Data Management Consultants, at the Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries; and Andrew L. Sallans, Head of Strategic Data Initiatives, and Sherry Lake, Senior Scientific Data Consultant, at the University of Virginia Library. These results are based on data submitted by 73 of the 125 ARL member...

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