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When the Old World Was the New World: Roman Acculturation of Indigenous Customs in Western Europe
This paper explores the acculturation of customs native to the people of Western Europe by Roman soldiers and citizens living on the frontier. This paper examines who these indigenous people were and focuses on their ...
Off the Shelf: McIntyre Library Newsletter
(University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire. McIntyre Library, 2000-05)
John Lennon’s Deportation Hearings and the Role of the Media
March 1972 brought John Lennon and Yoko Ono into conflict with the government, mainly the Immigration and Naturalization Service. After the Beatles broke up, Lennon and Ono became involved with a radical revolutionary ...
Late Quarternary Eolian Dunes and Fluvial Terraces of the Lower Chippewa River Valley.
The Lower Chippewa River Valley (LCRV) extends south-southwest ~100 km from Eau Claire, Wisconsin to its confluence with the Mississippi River near Wabasha, Minnesota. A sequence of seven paired alluvial terraces were ...
Investigation of Recently Developed Photovoltaic Material.
These experiments were designed as a first step toward developing more cost efficient solar cells. To realize this goal, low cost fabrication techniques to deposit thin polycrystalline films of materials necessary to create ...
Assessing Preference for Attention in a Child Diagnosed with Autism.
Identifying preferred stimuli that function as reinforcers is extremely important when teaching skills to young children diagnosed with autism. Preference assessments can be conducted to identify a range of high to low ...
Lower Extremity Performance with Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
(Department of Kinesiology, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 2007)
Oral History Interview with Susan Turell by Megan Cherrier
This interview is part of an oral history project conducted in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Women's Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire.
Anticipatory Guidance for Teens with Diabetes as They Transition to Adulthood.
This project focused on the development of a tool, combining research and practice, that could improve self-management for teens and young adults with diabetes.