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  • Author(s):
    Laura Fuderer
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    This is a PDF of the website “Inter Folia Fructus: Recent Acquisition in Medieval British Studies.” Originally created as a counterpart to a physical exhibit in the Rare Books and Special Collection Exhibit Room in 1999, this website provides digital access to the bibliographic information and some digital images.

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    2020-03-13
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    Stanley Lubman
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    A collection of Stanley B. Lubman’s notes and unpublished documents from his interviews with former People’s Republic of China legal cadres in the 1960s.

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    2018
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    Suzy Conway
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    Annotated bibliography of Suzy Conway’s private Edward Gorey book collection that aims to acquaint readers with everything Gorey illustrated in books, magazines, journals, newspapers, pamphlets, and other formats.

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    2017-08-17
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    Mandy Havert, Mimi Beck, Matthew Capdevielle, Kara Donnelly
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    Creating an accountability group is a way to extend one of the benefits of dissertation camp: You build a community of people around you who are doing the same thing, which compels you to stay focused on your work. Many students who are wrapping up their camp experience ask about how to form their own ongoing writing group. This document seeks to introduce some ways to do this to ensure understanding of the goals and working styles to which your group agrees. Through mutual understanding and …

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    2016-06-29
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    Conference: “Beyond Tradition: Rethinking Early Modern Europe”

    Time: Fri Sep 11, 2015, 1:00PM - 7:00PM

    Location: McKenna Hall - Notre Dame Conference Center

    This event is a multi-disciplinary exploration of the cultural, social, religious, political, and legal dimensions of early modern Europe that push beyond traditional geographical and temporal categories. Learn how fields related to the study of Early Modern Europe are transforming and enlarging their scope of inquiry. We&#39…

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    Summary of CDS activities during Academic Year 2013 - 2014.

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    2016-01-11
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    US consumers eat a lot of beef. The nation’s beef cattle production industry is a multi-faceted, complex supply chain which makes it an area rich for discussion about information practices, yet vulnerable to problems such as disease and terrorist attack. This research looks at cattle identification and traceability information resources that are accessible to beef cattle producers through two web channels: the state cooperative Extension website and the state Department of Agriculture website…

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    2015-10-19
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    BACKGROUND In 2006, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued revisions to its 2001 guidelines for HIV counseling and testing, removing the pre-test written consent and prevention counseling requirements, and expanding the role of health care providers/settings. The aim of these revisions is to increase rates of early diagnosis of HIV via the routinization of HIV testing. Despite the publication and promotion of the CDC’s revisions, and the existence of simple and safe Food and …

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    2015-06-09
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    The Badin Bible, a 1790 Mathew Carey Douay-Rheims Bible in English published in Philadelphia, was acquired by the Special Collections department of the Hesburgh Libraries in July 2014. The Bible was likely a gift from Bishop John Carroll to Stephen Badin on the occasion of his ordination to the priesthood in 1793. Badin later served as a missionary in Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan. He ministered to Native Americans in northern Indiana, and purchased the land that now is the Univer…

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    2014-11-05
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