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Author: Valarie Franklin
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Alpha Books, 2016.
ISBNISSN: 9781465450647, 1465450645
Notes: 1 online resource
Responsibility: Leather crafts.
Previous ed.: 2006. Part 1: ArchaeologyThe Sad Fate of Statues and the Mutilated Statues of Hazor Amnon Ben-TorAn Archaeologist on Mars Giorgio BuccellatiOf Pots and Paradigms: Interpreting the Intermediate Bronze Age in Israel/Palestine Shlomo Bunimovitz and Raphael GreenbergA Decorated Ivory Lid from Tel Miqne-Ekron Trude DothanHar Resisim 126: An Ephemeral Early Bronze Age Site Barry M. GittlenGezer Rectified: The Dating of the South Gate Complex James W. Hardin and Joe D. SegerAn Early Iron Age I House with a Cultic Corner at Tall al-Umayri, Jordan Larry G. HerrAphrodite/Astarte on Horseback Vassos KarageorghisPlanning a Paleolithic Picnic Albert Leonard, Jr.The Archaic Palace at Ebla: A Royal Building between the Early Bronze Age IVB and Middle Bronze Age I Paolo MatthiaeTel Beth-Shean and the Fate of Mounds in the Intermediate Bronze Age Amihai MazarEarly Bronze Age IV Transitions: An Archaeometallurgical Study Suzanne RichardThe Chipped Stone Assemblage from Be'er Resisim in the Negev Highlands: A Preliminary Study Steven A. Rosen, Sorin Hermon, Jacob Vardi, and Yael AbadiPodium Structures with Lateral Access: Authority Ploys in Royal Architecture in the Iron Age Levant Ilan Sharon and Anabel Zarzecki-PelegChariot Fittings from Philistine Askhelon Lawrence E. StagerGoddesses and Cults at Tel Dor Ephraim SternCypriot Anthropomorphic Figurines of a Certain Type Stuart SwinyPart 2: Bible and Ancient IsraelWomen and the Worship of Yahweh in Ancient Israel Susan AckermanPurity Strategies and Political Interests in the Policy of Nehemiah Rainer AlbertzProto-Globalization and Proto-Secularization in Ancient Israel Norman K. GottwaldThe Miraculous Wine of Cana in Its Galilean Ceramic Context Baruch HalpernThe Archaeology of Memory: King Solomon, Chronology, and Biblical Representation Ronald HendelKhirbet el-Qom and Hebrew and Aramaic Epigraphy Andre LemaireThe Ecological Consequences of a Siege: A Marginal Note on Deuteronomy 20:19-20 Aren M. Maeir, Oren Ackermann, and Hendrik J. BruinsHierarchy or Heterarchy? Archaeology and the Theorizing of Israelite Society Carol MeyersIsrael and Its Neighbors Then and Now: Revisionist History and the Quest for History in the Middle East Today Eric M. MeyersOstracon No from Arad Reconsidered Nadav Na'amanLooking for Bethel: An Exercise in Historical Geography Anson F. RaineyIn Solomon's Temple (1 Kings 6-7): Between Text and Archaeology Mark S. SmithPart 3: Ancient Near EastThe Predecessors of the Hyksos Manfred Bietak"His Seed Is Not": 13th-Century BCE Israel David Noel Freedman and David MianoSolomon and Gezer Volkmar FritzHezekiah's Tribute, Long-Distance Trade, and the Wealth of Nations ca,000-600 BC: A New Perspective John S. Holladay, Jr.Gezer and Circumcision Philip J. KingCovenant and Blood Rituals: Understanding Exodus 24:3-8 in Its Ancient Near Eastern Context Theodore J. LewisTrade Relations between Mari and Hazor (State of Research, 2002) Abraham MalamatImplicit Population Figures and Historical Sense: What Happened to 200,150 Judahites in 701 BCE? Ziony ZevitIndexesIndex of AuthorsIndex of ScriptureIndex of Other Ancient Sources Literaturangaben PART I: INTRODUCTION Chapter 1. Why we Need a New Conflict Theory Chapter 2. The Question Chapter 3. How this Volume is Organised PART II: THEORETICAL FRAME Chapter 4. A Decision Theory of Identification Chapter 5. The Necessity for Strategies of Inclusion and Exclusion Chapter 6. The Conceptual Instruments of Exclusion and Inclusion: Social Categories and their Overlapping Relations Chapter 7. On the Sociologisation of Economics and the Economisation of Sociology Chapter 8. Markets of Violence and the Freedom of Choice Chapter 9. Ethnicity Emblems, Diacritical Features, Identity Markers - Some East African Examples Chapter 10. Purity and Power in Islamic and Non-Islamic Societies and the Spectre of Fundamentalism Chapter 11. Language and Ethnicity PART III: PRACTICAL FRAME Chapter 12. Conflict Resolution: the Experience with the Somali Peace Process Chapter 13. On Methods: How to be a Conflict Analyst Chapter 14. An Update from 2007: Reconsidering the Peace Process List of Acronyms References Index This volume is full of engaging games and activities that will help children to develop the skills and attributes needed for positive behaviour and effective learning. Part I: Narratives of students in the minority undergraduate fellows program --
Family, neighborhoods, love, disappointment, and history --
Multi-culturalism, multi-lingualism, identity, and ... --
Celebration, hope, survival, flawless, dreams, determined --
Bridges, looking back/looking forward, from here and there --
Brilliant, talented, strong, perseverance, and persistence --
Freedom and running to, not from --
Part II: Rethinking student affairs --
Narratives, theory, and student affairs practice --
The smells and tastes of home --
Truths, untruths, and checking the box --
Wholeness, authenticity, and wisdom --
The final "So what, now what?" Implications for practice. Students from underrepresented groups-including students of color; students with disabilities; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students; and first-generation students-bring their wisdom, experience, and varied cultural perspectives to college and university campuses across the United States. Despite the longstanding presence of these students on college and university campuses, the theories, ways of conducting business, and spoken and unspoken rules of campus life do not adequately reflect the places from which many of these students come. The voices of these students are rarely heard in higher education nor are adequately represented in student affairs literature and research. Where I Am From: Student Affairs Practice from the Whole of Students? Lives presents the voices of students in NASPA?s Minority Undergraduate Fellows Program (MUFP) via 42 self-biographical narratives. These students have strong, rich experiences that fly in the face of the "deficit mode" of many multi-cultural theories. Their narratives declare what needs to be said about their experiences and the corresponding work of student affairs practice in ways that theory does not. Compiled by Susan E. Borrego, who helped shape the MUFP program, and Kathleen Manning, a well-known author in the student affairs field, the narratives challenge student affairs professionals to re-conceptualize what we know about theory and practice.