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      • Graduate Student Showcase, 2020: celebrating research and creativity: abstracts 

        Author(s):Colorado State University. Graduate School
        Date Issued:2020
        Format:summaries
        Abstracts of the 2020 Graduate Student Showcase, held virtually on November 16-18, 2020 from Colorado State University.
      • Exploring economic empowerment and marginalization using data from developing countries 

        Author(s):Bernasek, Alexandra; Bhattarai, Niroj; Brundage, Brenden; Miller, Ray; Mudenda, Lackson; Nguyen, Anh; Nugroho, Wisnu; Pena, Anita Alves; Sedai, Ashish; Shakya, Prasiddha; Thongngam, Arisa
        Date Issued:2021-10
        Format:born digital; reports
        The Poverty Action Center is engaged in several ongoing data analyses to answer questions at the forefront of applied economics globally. Our Nepal team is examining links between migration and social mobility through the ...
      • Dawn of industrial agriculture in Iowa, The: anthropology, literature, and history 

        Author(s):Durrenberger, E. Paul
        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Recounts the capitalist transformation of Iowa's family farms into today's agricultural industry through the lives and writings of Iowa novelist Paul Corey and poet Ruth Lechlitner. This anthropological biography analyzes ...
      • Myths of the Popol vuh in cosmology, art, and ritual 

        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Integrated and comparative approach to the Popol vuh, analyzing myths to elucidate ancient Maya past using archaeological and ethnographic information to shed light on the text. Combining interpretations of myths with ...
      • On the plains, and among the peaks: or, how Mrs. Maxwell made her natural history collection 

        Author(s):Dartt, Mary
        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        American naturalist and taxidermist Martha Maxwell famous in the 1870s for her skill and expertise collecting and preserving specimens of Colorado's wildlife but is virtually unknown. Written in 1879 by Maxwell's half-sister ...
      • Night and darkness in ancient Mesoamerica 

        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Incorporates how aspects of the natural world were imbued with deep cultural meanings and expressed by different peoples from different time periods in Mexico and Central America. Material culture, iconography, epigraphy, ...
      • Archaeology of Greater Nicoya: two decades of research in Nicaragua and Costa Rica, The 

        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Provides an overview of this archaeological subarea encompassing Pacific Nicaragua and northwestern Costa Rica. Colonized by diverse peoples of Mesoamerican origin centuries before the arrival of Europeans, Greater Nicoya ...
      • Study of the raft: poems 

        Author(s):Simonovis, Leonora
        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        In Study of the Raft, Leonora Simonovis's poems weave the outer world of a failed political revolution in her native country, Venezuela, with an inner journey into the memories of migration and exile, of a home long gone, ...
      • Hidden inequities in labor-based contract grading, The 

        Author(s):Carillo, Ellen C.
        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Intervenes in labor-based grading practice by expanding the scope of this assessment practice to include disabled and multiply marginalized students. Critiques the assumption that labor is a neutral measure to assess ...
      • Teaching writing through the immigrant story 

        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Explores the intersection between immigration and pedagogy via the narrative. Embedded in the contexts both of student writing and student reading of literature, scholars engage the topic of immigration within writing and ...
      • Stories of becoming: demystifying the professoriate for graduate students in composition and rhetoric 

        Author(s):Lutkewitte, Claire; Kitchens, Juliette C.; Scanlon, Molly J.
        Date Issued:2022
        Format:born digital; books
        Findings from a multiyear, nationwide study of new faculty in rhetoric and composition, provides graduate students--and those who train them--strategies for career preparation. Through the use of stories, invite readers ...
      • Queerly centered: LGBTQA writing center directors navigate the workplace 

        Author(s):Webster, Travis
        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Examines intersections among writing center administration and LGBTQA identity, exploring queer directors, their administrative labor, and the implications of their labor in administration. Shows the nuanced and complex ...
      • Transformations: change work across writing programs, pedagogies, and practices 

        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Strategies for implementing large- and small-scale changes in writing programs by focusing on transformations-the institutional, programmatic, curricular, and labor practices that work together to shape our teaching and ...
      • Civic engagement in global contexts: international education, community partnerships, and higher education 

        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Examines the role of writing, rhetoric, and literacy programs and the practice of civic engagement and provides evidence of the critical self-reflection and iteration with community partners. Writing programs have experience ...
      • Self+culture+writing: autoethnography for/as writing studies 

        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; books
        Literally translated as "self-culture-writing," autoethnography-as process and product-holds promise for scholars and researchers who describe, understand, analyze, and critique the ways which selves, cultures, writing, ...
      • Spatial distribution patterns of snow water equivalent data for the accumulation phase across the southern Rocky Mountains, The 

        Author(s):Schrock, Isaac J. Y.
        Date Issued:2020
        Format:Student works
        The spatial characteristics and patterns of snow accumulation and ablation are used to estimate runoff volume, and timing of snowpack in mountainous regions across the western United States. This paper focuses on quantifying ...
      • Animal welfare and environmental ethics 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2021
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Bernard Rollin's main concerns are domestic and research animals. Tens of thousands of such animals have endured less suffering as a result of Rollin's seminal work. Animals are of moral concern because they have conscious ...
      • Decreasing problematic alcohol use with behavioral strategies: a cognitive model 

        Author(s):Darwin, Marielle L.
        Date Issued:2020
        Format:born digital; masters theses
        Problematic alcohol use is a pattern of hazardous consumption that commonly leads to negative outcomes that affect college students' ability to complete day-to-day responsibilities. Behavioral strategies such as ensuring ...
      • Colorado water, October 2021 

        Date Issued:2021-10
        Format:born digital; newsletters
        Newsletter of the Colorado Water Center. Theme: AGU Hydrology Days 2021.
      • Water report, issue #213, November 15, 2021 

        Date Issued:2021-11-15
        Format:born digital; newsletters
        Water rights, water quality & water solutions in the West.