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  • Evolution and medicine: the long reach of "Dr. Darwin" 

    Shanks, Niall; Pyles, Rebecca A. (BioMed Central BioMed Central, 2007-04-03)
    In this review we consider the new science of Darwinian medicine. While it has often been said that evolutionary theory is the glue that holds the disparate branches of biological inquiry together and gives them direction ...
  • Family, ethnic entrepreneurship, and the Lebanese of Kansas 

    Price, Jay M., 1969-; Abdinnour, Sue (CENT GREAT PLAINS STUD, 2013)
    Elias G. Stevens and his wife, Handuma, must have marveled at how their lives turned out.They had come to the United States at the turn of the century, found their way to Wichita, Kansas, and worked hard to build a successful ...
  • Flint Hills Discovery Center 

    Price, Jay M., 1969- (Univ California Press, 2013-02)
  • Historians' reaction to the documentary, The Dust Bowl 

    Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela; Cunfer, Geoff; Hurt, R. Douglas; Courtwright, Julie (Agricultural History Society, 2014-04-14)
    Historical documentaries have a wider audience and often a greater visceral impact than written histories. They frequently resonate deeply with viewers through the use of images, first-person narratives, and evocative ...
  • Krawall in der Zionskirche: skinhead violence and political Legitimacy in the GDR 

    Hayton, Jeffrey P. (SAGE Publications, 2015-04)
    In 1987, an East Berlin punk concert was attacked by Skinheads. This event and others like it provoked sustained outcry in the German Democratic Republic in the last years of the 1980s. The political opposition transformed ...
  • WHO knows best? National and international responses to pandemic threats and the "lessons" of 1976 

    Dehner, George (Oxford University Press, 2010-10-01)
    The discovery of a novel influenza strain at Fort Dix, New Jersey, in 1976-dubbed Swine Flu-prompted differing responses from national and international health organizations. The United States crafted a vaccination campaign ...