Stanford student studies the monstrous feminine in medieval literature

Stanford student studies the monstrous feminine in medieval literature

Stanford University. As an undergrad I had probably the greatest opportunity in my life to look at the Exeter manuscript, which is one of the only four Old English poetic codices. My honors thesis looks at images of the monstrous-feminine in Old English verse. The monstrous-feminine, as distinct from female monsters, is any monster whose […]

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Research Colony Playset – LEGO Set 75002 Alternate Model

Hey everyone, Jason here, today I’m going to show show you another alternate set model which I designed. This time using the parts from this set, 75002 AT-RT. It’s a pretty cool set, comes with the walker destroyer droid and a few minifigs. There’s a lot of cool small pieces in this set, with clips […]

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Nursing: Defining Literature Reviews

Nursing: Defining Literature Reviews

Andrew remembers the first time his professor assigned a “literature review.” It was part of a final research project. He wondered…What is a literature review? Should he read a bunch of classic novels and review them? Not at all! A literature review involves locating, reading, and analyzing a variety of information sources related to a […]

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Presentation of the European Trade Union Institute 2018

Presentation of the European Trade Union Institute 2018

The European Trade Union Institute is the research and education center for the ETUC, the trade union movement in Europe. We have basically three main missions. The first mission is to support the trade union movement. Doing what? Doing studies, doing trainings. The second one is to reinforce the trade union movement: to have networks, […]

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My Dracula Ant Colony – ants that suck blood

My Dracula Ant Colony – ants that suck blood

Mother Nature has a knack for fashioning beasts beyond our wildest imagination, great and small, cute and scary. But she also has a dark and twisted side. What you’re about see and learn in this video will surely shock you, because the new beasts that are about to move into this peculiar contraption are some […]

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PhD Cultural Heritage at the University of Birmingham

PhD Cultural Heritage at the University of Birmingham

We aim our programmes at anybody who wishes to research cultural heritage as a contemporary phenomenon. For us it means the way the past is used in the present. For a whole range of different reasons and that includes things like tourism, the management of cultural resources from the past, the way archaeologists engage with […]

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What is Cultural Heritage Law? | Dr Sophie Vigneron | Think Kent

What is Cultural Heritage Law? | Dr Sophie Vigneron | Think Kent

I am Dr Sophie Vigneron, Senior Lecturer at the Kent Law School and Co-director of the Centre for Heritage at Kent. I’m going to present my research on cultural heritage law. I would like first to discuss the notion of heritage or what is heritage, then I will briefly introduce cultural heritage law and finally […]

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Literature Review

Literature Review

Welcome to this tutorial for graduate students on writing a literature review, brought to you by the Allyn & Betty Taylor Library. So you’re a graduate student with your thesis or dissertation topic, and you need to get started on your literature review. But… what exactly IS a literature review? The literature review is often […]

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Psychology Lab: Cultural Influences on Mental Health Center

Psychology Lab: Cultural Influences on Mental Health Center

(soft instrumental music) My name is Wei-Chin Hwang and I’m a professor of clinical psychology here at CMC and the director of The Cultural Influences on Mental Health Center. Our research center focuses on conducting high quality and cutting edge research examining how culture influences various aspects of mental health, including the prevalence of psychiatric […]

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Cross-Cultural Trust | SMU Research

Cross-Cultural Trust | SMU Research

I am Tan Hwee Hoon, I’m an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour Human Resource Management at the Lee Kong Chian School of Business at the Singapore Management University. My area of research is trust in the workplace, and I’m very interested in why people trust, how people trust, and what the implications are for organisations […]

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