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    • Serbo-Croatian and South Slavic Languages 

      Greenberg, Marc L. (Fitzroy Dearborn, 2004)
      Encyclopedia article on the South Slavic branch of the Slavic languages, written for undergraduate readers in linguistics.
    • Indo-European 5: Slavic 

      Greenberg, Marc L. (Fitzroy Dearborn, 2004)
      Encyclopedia entry on the Slavic branch of Indo-European written for undergraduate-level readers of linguistics.
    • Almost at-a-distance 

      McKenzie, Andrew; Newkirk, Lydia (Lingustics and Philosophy, 2019-08-08)
      We claim that the meaning of the adverbial almost contains both a scalar proximity measure and a modal that allows it to work sometimes when proximity fails, what we call the at-a-distance reading. Essentially, almost can ...
    • Initial clusters in pre-Proto-Nivkh: Internal reconstruction from Proto-Nivkh 

      Halm, Robert (University if Kansas Department of Linguistics, 2019-08-14)
      Building on recent work towards the reconstruction of Proto- and pre-Proto-Nivkh (Fortescue, 2016; Janhunen, 2016; Halm, 2017; Halm & Slater, 2018), we use internal reconstruction to investigate two developments (probably ...
    • Deep Learning Algorithms Improve Automated Identification of Chagas Disease Vectors 

      Khalighifar, Ali; Komp, Ed; Ramsey, Janine M.; Gurgel-Gonçalves, Rodrigo; Peterson, A. Townsend (Oxford University Press, 2019-05-23)
      Vector-borne Chagas disease is endemic to the Americas and imposes significant economic and social burdens on public health. In a previous contribution, we presented an automated identification system that was able to ...
    • Was Ezra Pound the “midwife” of THE WASTE LAND? Surgeons, midwives, and “sage homme” 

      Wilson, Aimee Armande (Taylor & Francis, 2019-06-05)
      This essay reveals a flaw in the critical consensus that regards Ezra Pound as the intellectual “midwife” of THE WASTE LAND, a metaphor used so frequently over the last century it has become a critical commonplace. By ...
    • Strumming, Fingerpicking, and Hybrid Accompaniment Patterns for Guitar: A Systematic Introduction to Technique and Styles for Music Therapy and Music Education 

      Matney, Bill; Niemuth, Brenna (University of Kansas Libraries, 2019)
      This work is one part of a three-part Open Educational Resource (OER) that teaches students how to play the guitar as an accompaniment instrument, facilitating technical, theoretical, and ear skill development that can ...
    • Chord Progression Handbook For Guitar, Piano, and Other Accompaniment Instruments 

      Matney, Bill; Niemuth, Brenna (University of Kansas Libraries, 2019)
      This work is one part of a three-part Open Educational Resource (OER) that teaches students how to play the guitar as an accompaniment instrument, facilitating technical, theoretical, and ear skill development that can ...
    • Guitar Chord Handbook: An Introduction to Commonly Used Chords For Music Therapy and Music Education Students 

      Matney, Bill; Niemuth, Brenna (University of Kansas Libraries, 2019)
      This work is one part of a three-part Open Educational Resource (OER) that teaches students how to play the guitar as an accompaniment instrument, facilitating technical, theoretical, and ear skill development that can ...
    • The Complexity Approach to Phonological Treatment: How to Select Treatment Targets 

      Storkel, Holly L. (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2018-07-05)
      PURPOSE There are a number of evidence-based treatments for preschool children with phonological disorders (Baker & McLeod, 2011). However, a recent survey by Brumbaugh and Smit (2013) suggests that speech-language ...
    • Population ecology of the softshell turtle, Trionyx muticus 

      Plummer, Michael V. (University of Kansas, 1976-05-31)
      Nesting success of Trionyx muticus was studied during two field seasons from individually marked nests, Supplementary information was obtained from eggs subjected to submersion experiments in the laboratory, Open areas on ...
    • Community Formation in a Nascent Retirement Village 

      Dickens, David Rudolph (University of Kansas, 1984-05-31)
      Retirement communities are a rapidly growing phenomenon in the United States. These settings provide a variety of services and recreational activities to retired persons in an attempt to create an age-segregated ...
    • ERM + Workflow 

      Rathmel, Angela (2017-10-24)
    • Effect of the Interfacial Energy Landscape on Photoinduced Charge Generation at the ZnPc/MoS2 Interface 

      Kafle, Tika R.; Kattel, Bhupal; Yao, Peng; Zereshki, Peymon; Zhao, Hui; Chan, Wai-Lun (American Chemical Society, 2019-06-21)
    • Camille Eichorn Oral History 

      Eichorn, Camille; Cyr, Renee (Religious Studies Department, University of Kansas, 2019-07-11)
      Oral history interview with Camille Eichorn conducted by Renee Cyr on July 11, 2019 at Wheatfields Bakery in Lawrence. Camille is currently a solitary practitioner, but has contacts in many local Pagan groups. Questions ...
    • Jim Mosher Oral History 

      Mosher, Jim; Cyr, Renee (Religious Studies Department, University of Kansas, 2019-07-21)
      An oral history interview with Jim Mosher conducted by Renee Cyr on July 21, 2019 at the Topeka Shawnee Public Library. Jim is High Priest of Coven Ancora Imparo, a member of the Web of Oz, and a co-owner of Enchanted ...
    • Jeannie Hazelwood Oral History 

      Hazelwood, Jeannie; Cyr, Renee (Religious Studies Department, University of Kansas, 2019-07-08)
      Oral history interview with Jeannie Hazelwood conducted by Renee Cyr at the Topeka Public Library on July 8, 2019. Jeannie is a principal organizer for Pagans in the Park and is involved in many Pagan groups as well as ...
    • Aldous Stormclamer Oral History 

      Stormcalmer, Aldous; Cyr, Renee (Religious Studies Department, University of Kansas, 2019-06-05)
      Oral history interview with Aldous Stormcalmer conducted by Renee Cyr in Topeka, Kansas at Blackbird Cafe, on June 5, 2019. Aldous is Arch Priest and founder of Ancient Path Coven, with locations in Kansas and across the ...
    • Milton Nokes Oral History 

      Nokes, Milton; Cyr, Renee (Religious Studies Department, University of Kansas, 2019-07-07)
      Oral history interview with Milton Nokes conducted by Renee Cyr in Topeka, Kansas, on July 7, 2019 at the Blackbird Cafe. Milton is one of the principal members on the planning team for Pagans in the Park. Questions discuss ...