Queens Of Academe

Author: Karen W. Tice
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199842795
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Campus queens are deeply responsive to race and class politics that regulate
not only bodies but subjectivities. Queens often play starring roles in campus
dramas, mediating traditional signifiers offeminine distinction as well as new
forms of academic excellence. In 2009, Cody Kees, a University of Arkansas
student reporter, observed that queens on her campus continue to play pivotal
roles as campus luminaries since “every great business needs its celebrity
endorsement, and ...

Queens Of Academe

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In Queens of Academe, Karen W. Tice asks how, and why, does higher education remain in the beauty and body business and with what effects on student bodies and identities.

Queens Of Academe

Author: Karen Whitney Tice
ISBN: 9780199933440
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Tice examines the desires and racial and political agendas that propel students onto collegiate catwalks.

Princess Feldings And The Academy Of Queens

Author: Patricia Beck
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449013767
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I [ I hen Feldings turned fourteen years of age, the princess enrolled in the
Academy of Queens, a school attended by royal princesses who would one day
become queens in their own land. The Academy of Queens was a unique
learning center. The academy did not teach the princesses the queenly wave or
how to wear lovely gowns and exquisite jewels. The princesses were not taught
how to talk or walk like a queen. The first lesson the little princesses had to learn
was how to help ...

Cross Cultural Women Scholars In Academe

Author: Lorri J. Santamaría
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317800036
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Academe. in. Australasia. Lorri J. Santamaría INTRODUCTION This chapter is
about learning, growing, and being willing to change. It is about being
comfortable with discomfort, finding happiness in transgression, and the
willingness to “be there ... These include Angola's Queen Nzinga (1582– 1663)
Zululand's Queen Nandi (1778–1826), New Zealand's Queen the Dame Te
Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu (1996–2006), Chief Alice Brown Davis (1922–1935)
of the American Seminole ...

Agnes Strickland S Lives Of The Queens Of England

Author: Agnes Strickland
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441109471
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Besides the best-known Lives of the Queens of England, first published in twelve
volumes between 1840 and 1848, she also embarked upon a number of other
similar projects including Lives of the Tudor Princesses, The Stuart Princesses,
and Lives of the Queens of Scotland (notable for its portrait of Mary Queen of
Scots). There was even the Lives of the Bachelor Kings of England, a series
which sounded more promising than it proved, for upon investigation there turned
out to be a ...

Queen S University

Author: Frederick W. Gibson
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773560807
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... from the Ontario and federal governments, and the maintenance reserve,
Queen's pressed ahead in the 1950s with a large construction program — larger,
in fact, than in any previous decade in the university's history.1 The reasons for
building, Principal Mackintosh repeatedly emphasized, were twofold: to bring
facilities up to date after decades of meagre construction; and to prepare
adequate accommodation for the increased enrolment expected in the 1960s.2
Academic necessity ...

Queens Of Crime American And British Female Detective Novels Over The Course Of Time

Author: Silke Friedrich
Publisher: Anchor Academic Publishing (aap_verlag)
ISBN: 3954895277
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According to a number of sources, her books have sold more than two billion
copies, making her the most widely read novelist in history'. 1 The above
quotation illustrates that although the genre of detective stories was invented by a
man, the importance of female crime authors cannot be denied. Admittedly,
Agatha Christie is an exception within the genre- a true 'queen of crime'. 2
However, women were not always given the same recognition in former times
and even Agatha Christie ...

Oxford University Calendar For The Academic Year

Author: Oxford University
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Ch. Ch. Balfour, Ch. Ch. Bartlam, Merton , Atterbury,F.Ch. Ch. Ball, St. John's
Bartlam, Worcester l Attfield, Oriel Bhmfylde,' Balliol Bartlett, Edm. Hall Atwood,
Queen's Bandinel, New Bartlett, Merton Ault, Edmund Hall Banks, Wadham
Bartlett, St. John's Auriol, Ch. Ch. Banner, St. John's Barton, C. Bras. Austen,
Exeter Bannister, Queen's Barton, H. J . Bras. l Austen, Trinity Barber, Alban Hall
Barton, J. W. Bras. Austen, University Barber, A. Wadham Barton, Corpus Austen,
St. John's ...

Early Modern Academic Drama

Author: Jonathan Walker
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754664642
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CHAPTER 1 Gown Before Crown: Scholarly Abjection and Academic
Entertainment Under Queen Elizabeth I Linda Shenk In 1592, Queen Elizabeth 1
and the Privy Council made a rather audacious request of their intellectuals at the
Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. The Christmas season was fast
approaching, and a recent outbreak of the plague prohibited the queen's
professional acting company from performing the season's customary
entertainment. To avoid having a ...