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Molecular Mechanisms Underlying the Regulation of the Drosophila E93 Gene by Ecdysone and betaFTZ-F1
Steroid hormones play a critical role in the regulation of physiological and developmental processes in eukaryotes. Drosophila melanogaster is an ideal system for the study of steroid hormone action because it has only one ...
At the Edge of Print
Waste Traffic(ing): An anthropological analysis of one situated event in the environmental justice discourse
This narrative examines the repercussions of the proposal to build a solid waste facility in an environmental justice community. It documents one solid waste transfer station s permitting process required by Massachuse ...
Den "Gast" Integrieren, Das "Ich" Konstruieren: Herausforderungen des Zweitspracherwerbs im Schüleraustausch
Secondary exchange students are commonly expected to adapt to their host country and language through a model of "natural" language and culture learning. I unpack the notion of what is considered "natural" in secondary ...
Fighting the Good Fight: Challenge Scenes in Ovidian Poetry
Through his presentation and interpretation of contest scenes in the Fasti, Metamorphoses, and Tristia, Ovid offers a non-Augustan reading. His intentions through his poetry were neither to praise the Emperor or bring ...
The Liberation of God: Women Writing a New Theology
I examine the feminist liberation theologies inherent within "The Color Purple" and "The Handmaid's Tale." I also seek to define and redefine the God of the oppressed and the God of the oppressor within the frame work of ...
Revising Art History: The Critical Fortunes of Botticelli
I seek to argue that Alessandro Botticelli s unique critical fortunes that is, his success as an artist in late-fifteenth century Florence, his dismissal by Giorgio Vasari and subsequent obscurity, and his rehabilitation ...
L'esthétique baroque et l'être brisé
If a number of critical works have found traces of the Baroque diffused in the novels of Québécois writer Hubert Aquin, it is due in part to the consciousness and the pronounced interest that Aquin had for this aesthetic. ...