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In Paula Vogel s controversial pulitzer prizewinning play, How NIGHT Come watch the winning films from the Read Speaker Contact Information and biographies.
UPCOMING EVENTS WSA Events are indicated in Bold CURRENT EVENTS APRIL EVENTS World Wide Women: Activism through Art Unveiling
Wednesday, April 21, 5pm at Tommy Trojan PAST EVENTS APRIL EVENTS Make Your Mark: "SC and Around the World" (Workshop #3)
Wednesday, April 7, 5-7pm in TSC 203 Womyn's Festival of the Arts
Monday, April 12 - Thursday, April 15 Artwork will be displayed at GroundZero on April 12th and 13th from 7-9pm. An annual festival celebrating women in the arts put on by SCWomyn. MARCH EVENTS: Remarkable Women Awards
Wednesday, March 3, 5:30pm in Upstairs Commons Women in the SCommunity
Sunday, March 7, 11am-3pm meet at PED Help out the Delilu Achievement Home for Girls by painting, planting flowers and cleaning out a garage so it can get converted into a rec room. The facility provides a safe, secure home for girls ages 13 to 17. Volunteers will get a free Subway lunch and should bring any available gardening tools and cleaning supplies. Sign up by emailing Make Your Mark: "Past, Present, and Future" (Workshop #2)
Tuesday, March 9, 5-7pm in TCS 207

82. Wellesley College, Friends Of The Library Newsletter - Fall 2003
and several works of nonfiction; Kaplan s biographies of Mark National Book Awards, and the former, a pulitzer prize. a description of this awardwinning course
Contents: (Volume 19, number 2 Fall 2003) From the Librarian: The Patriot Act
Micheline Jedrey, Vice President for Information Services and College Librarian This article inaugurates a new feature of the Friends of the Library Newsletter highlighting current issues at the Wellesley College Library. On May 28, the Wellesley College Academic Council unanimously passed a resolution "to request ... members of the Massachusetts delegation in the United States Congress to work with diligence to repeal any sections of the USA Patriot Act ... especially as they relate to American institutions of higher education." In discussion preceding the vote, faculty cited the act's chilling effect on freedom of inquiry. Provisions expand the authority of law enforcement officers to access personal records, including scholars' use of library resources.

83. The Story Behind Ambassador Morgenthau's Story-Whose 'Story' Is It?
papers of the wellknown pulitzer prize winning journalist,l4 at Sea (recipient of the pulitzer prize in History that critics of his biographies and histories
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The Story Behind Ambassador Morgenthau's Story

Whose 'Story' is it?
In addition to his 'Diary,' and based primarily upon it, Morgenthau was in the habit of writing a lengthy 'round robin' type weekly letter to various members of his family back home in the United States. 18 These letters were likewise prepared by Hagop S. Andonian, Morgenthau's personal secretary, and indeed often, as Morgenthau tells us in a letter of May 11,1915, actually written by him:
"I have really found it impossible to sit down and dictate a letter quietly. So I have instructed Andonian to take my diary and copy it with some elaborations of his own. Of course this relieves me of all responsibility for any errors."19
It was then a combination of the Morgenthau 'Diaries' and 'letters' which served as the basic raw material out of which the work was ultimately assembled. These two sources were supplemented in some instances by copies of actual reports received by Morgenthau in Constantinople, or dispatched by him to Washington, D.C.20 Stated differently, these formed the skeletal framework upon which the finished product was to be hung.
"You probably know that with the approval of the President, I have undertaken to write a book. Mr. Andonian is assisting me in the preparation of that work and owing to his intimate knowledge of the east and his unusual experience, his services to me are really indispensable".26

84. NFPA - National Federation Of Paralegal Associations
winners of the pulitzer Prizes, going back to 1917; the Rand Lives, the Biography Resource, a source of biographies and lists, such as Holocaust survivors;

85. List Of Non-fiction Authors - Encyclopedia Article About List Of Non-fiction Aut
He won a pulitzer prize in 1998 for his book Guns 2002, and was shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson prize in 2003 of several books and an awardwinning column for of non-fiction authors
Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia
List of non-fiction authors
Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition The term non-fiction author ecompasses a vast number of fields an individuals. For more specific lists see:
  • List of biographers Biographers: Are authors who write an account of another person's life. Autobiographer: Authors who write their own biography. Some notable authors of biographies are : Ellis Amburn - United States James Boswell - Scotland Antonia Fraser - England Jean Overton Fuller - writer of verse and several biographies, including
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  • List of critics
  • List of essayists
    • Matthew Arnold
    • Hilaire Belloc
    • William Cobbett
    • Ralph Waldo Emerson
    • William Hazlitt
    • Hugh Hood
    • Michael Johns
    • Samuel Johnson
    • Michel de Montaigne
    • Joyce Carol Oates
    • Katherine Ann Porter
    • Bertrand Russell
    • Lytton Strachey
    • Henry David Thoreau
    • Voltaire
    • Rebecca West
    • E. B. White
    • Virginia Woolf

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  • List of historians This is a list of historians The names are grouped by order of the historical period in which they were writing, which is not necessarily the same as the period in which they specialised. Chroniclers and annalists, though they are not historians in the true sense, are also listed here for convenience.

86. The Scout Report - April 14, 2000
Board recently presented the 2000 pulitzer Prizes for achievements in The main pulitzer site offers a searchable archive view the full list of winners and read
The Scout Report
Volume 6, Number 47
April 14, 2000
A Publication of the Internet Scout Project Computer Science Department, University of Wisconsin The Scout Report is a weekly publication offering a selection of new and newly discovered Internet resources of interest to researchers and educators. However, everyone is welcome to subscribe to one of the mailing lists (plain text or HTML). Subscription instructions are included at the end of each report. Visit the Scout Report web page at: Send comments and contributions to:
In This Issue:
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  • Research and Education
  • 87. Powell's Books - Used, New, And Out Of Print
    Patti Smith, and pulitzer prizewinning poet Charles
    Rare Books Technical Books Kids' Books eBooks ...
    Feminist Studies

    Film and Television

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    Actor Anthologies
    There are 98 books in this aisle.
    Browse the aisle by Title by Author by Price See recently arrived used books in this aisle. Featured Titles in Film and Television -Actor Anthologies: Page 1 of 2 next Used Trade Paper List Price $17.95 add to wish list Before They Were Famous: In Their Own Words by Karen Hardy Bystedt Publisher Comments Brad Pitt, Courtney Cox, Sandra Bullock, Johnny Depp, Christian Slater, Laurence Fishburn, Melanie Griffith, Mary Stuart Masterson, Stephen Baldwin and many others were photographed between 1987 and 1993 by Karen Hardy Bystedt. She interviewed and... read more about this title check for other copies Used Hardcover List Price $26.00 add to wish list The Golden Girls of MGM: Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Lana Turner, Judy Garland, Ava Gardner, Grace Kelly, and Others by Jane Ellen Wayne Publisher Comments Includes bibliographical references (p. 399-401) and index....

    88. A Call To Nations To Prevent Genocide |
    of today s headlines, or alerts on specific topics Her bookcases bulge with biographies of Martin Luther The winning article, published in the Atlantic Monthly
    WORLD USA COMMENTARY LEARNING ... Text Edition Search:
    In this week's
    Books section:
    The links that connect brothers

    America's bewildering battle in Iraq follows new rules

    Best audiobooks of the year

    A tour of immaculate suburbia
    Bestselling books among US Army personnel

    Annual Book Guide Recommended Fiction Nonfiction Noteworthy Fiction Nonfiction National Book Critics Circle Awards
    Nominees: Poetry

    Nominees: Criticism
    Nominees: Fiction Nominees: Nonfiction ... Winners National Book Awards Nominees: Fiction Nominees: Poetry Nominees: Young Adult Nominees: Nonfiction Bestsellers lists Religion Bestsellers (PDF) Hardcover Nonfiction (PDF) Hardcover Fiction Children's Books ... International Other awards American Library Association Awards: Children's books Pulitzer prize winners 2003 Coverage of poetry in the news and original work by publishing poets. Most-viewed stories: (for 06/10/04) A remake without a cause Reading, writing, and ... war? Then and now: how Reagan's stature rose Bush team and the limits on torture ... Books from the June 20, 2002 edition "Are we going to sit back and let this happen, or are we going to send letters to the editor, to our congressmen?... Take little steps. Pick up the phone. Pick up a pen."

    89. CSD Asset Building Symposium Agenda Presenters
    1973), was nominated for a pulitzer prize, and Living and awards, including The Jefferson prize, Chancellor s Research he wrote the awardwinning Black Wealth
    HOME SEARCH CONTACT US SITE MAP ... Biographies of Presenters Inclusion in Asset Building: Research and Policy Symposium
    September 21-23, 2000 Biographies of Presenters
    JARED BERNSTEIN, a labor economist, joined the Economic Policy Institute in 1992. His areas of research include income and wage inequality, technology's impact on wages and employment, low-wage labor markets and poverty, minimum wage analysis, and international comparisons. Between 1995 and 1996, he held the post of deputy chief economist at the U.S. Department of Labor. Dr. Bernstein has published extensively in popular and academic journals, and is the co-author of four editions of the book "State of Working America." He holds a PhD in social welfare from Columbia University. SONDRA BEVERLY RAY BOSHARA JOHN P. CASKEY

    90. Library Links, Roselle Public Library, Roselle, Illinois (IL)
    The official web site of the pulitzer Prizes, here you can search nominated finalists and winners, read about the history of the prizes, and examine
    Adult Services Links Community Links Databases Young Adult Links
    Youth Services Links: Cool Sites For Parents Homework Help
    School Links
    ... Kid-Friendly Search Engines
    Links We Recommend
    Business Resources Government and Politics Consumer Resources Health and Nutrition ... Geography and Travel Many of the best research sites on the Internet are not free.
    Links marked with a check (
    a ) are subscription databases paid for by Roselle Public Library; links marked with an asterisk (*) are subscription databases paid for by the Illinois State Library.
    Business Resources
    The Forbes web site offers information on business, technology, markets, personal finance, and more. Hoovers
    "Hoover’s provides sales, marketing, business development, and recruiting professionals with the global business intelligence they need to prospect and prepare for client meetings, sales presentations, vendor and partner negotiations, and other business opportunities." Inc.

    91. Essays On Women'S Issues & Gender Study - 256-025
    discusses Walker s 1982 pulitzer prizewinning novel, The
    *** Essays - Topics *** Essays on - Personal Finance Essays on - Corporate Finance Essays on - Economics Essays on - Economic Theory Essays on - Economic History Essays on - International Economics Essays on - International Finance Essays on - Misc. Economic Issues Essays on Africa Essays on Anthropology Essays on Argumentative / Pro-Con Essays on - Artists, Art Genre Essays on - Famous Works Of Art Essays on - Social Issues In Art Essays on - Political Issues In Art Essays on - Art From Ancient Cultures Essays on - Graphic Arts Essays on - Photography Essays on Asian Studies Essays on - The Phillipines Essays on - India Essays on - Miscellaneous Essays on Astronomy Essays on Biographies Essays on Black Studies Essays on - Black Social Issues Essays on - Black Politics Essays on - Black Philosophy Essays on - Racism Essays on - Historical Figures Essays on Business Management Essays on - Management Theory Essays on - Advertising Issues Essays on - Business Ethics

    92. Library Juice 4:15
    prize Board announced the 2001 pulitzer prizes for achievements The main pulitzer site offers a searchable archive The full texts of winning journalism entries
    Library Juice 4:15 - April 25, 2001
  • Women In Libraries
  • The Nitecki Trilogy
  • Ethics Links to Librarian and Information Manager Associations WWW Pages
  • Pulitzer and Jefferson Muzzle Awards ...
  • April's amusing hits
    Quote for the week: "Silence is the language of complicity."
    Homepage of the week: Deborah Wassertzug
     Mitch Freedman for ALA President:
    1. Women In Libraries dconklin[at]



    Subject: More on Women in Libraries
    Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 10:53:48 -0700 I have had a number of inquiries asking what is "Women in Libraries" so I thought I would share my response with the whole list. "Women in Libraries" is the newsletter that the Feminist Task Force (FTF) of the American Library Association (ALA) has distributed for over 30 years. It has news articles, updated on FTF activities within ALA, lists ALA conference programs of interest to feminists, book reviews, etc.  It usually is about 12 pages.
  • 93. »»Books: US History««
    ends with the American colonists winning independence from pulitzer prize for NonFiction 1991. Unfortunately, the synopsis this book won the pulitzer for Non
    Book Categories: History
    More Pages: US History Page 1 Books for "US History" From Colonies to Country A History of US Book 3 Average review score: The engaging story of America gaining its independence Infantry Regiments of the Us Army Made by Wyvern Publications Average review score: A great referance book This is a great book for anyone who likes the Infantry or wants to research the history of the regiments. Mr Sawicki has done a very thorough job It lists the regiments in numerical order and gives dates, battle credit and examples of the distinct insignia. A great addition to the numerous books in his series(tanks battalions, cav regiments, field artillery and ADA artillery.) And Their Children After Them Made by Pantheon Books Average review score: Poignant and thought-provoking This book should be read right after reading James Agee's Let Us Now Praise Famous Mem. Unfortuantely I read it over four years before I read Agee's work. When I read this bookin Feb 1996I wrote to myself: This is a book Newt Gingrich and the crazy House freshmen should readpeople who are so intent that those who cannot make it on their own should not make it. A "Must Have" for Anyone who liked "Let Us Now Praise...."

    94. The Scout Report -- April 14, 2000
    Chronological Find Thread
    The Scout Report April 14, 2000
    • From: Scout Project
    • Subject: The Scout Report April 14, 2000
    • Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 11:47:06 -0700 If you'd like to know how the Internet Scout team selects resources for inclusion in the Scout Report, visit our Selection Criteria page at: ... MEDLINEplus Provided by Cornerstone Investor Relations, this site links to over 2,200 Annual Reports, covering the majority of the Fortune 500 companies. These are listed alphabetically, with a link to the company's main site, the site featuring its annual report, and a Snap Shot (with broker recommendations) of the company created by the Annual Report Gallery. Companies can add a link to the Annual Report free of charge. Despite the advertisements and a thoroughly annoying and completely unhelpful border graphic that eats up a good portion of your browser window, the site is an easy-to-use resource for finding Annual Reports. [MD] 7. Irving v. Lipstadt: The Judgement Nizkor Project

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