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Subject: Archaeology; Geographic information science; Urban planning

Classification: 0324: Archaeology; 0370: Geographic information science; 0999: Urban planning

Identifier / keyword: Social sciences Earth sciences GIS Hydrology Maya Remote sensing Settlement Urban geography

Title: Hydrology and Classic Maya urban planning: A geospatial analysis of settlement and water management at Xultun, Guatemala

Number of pages: 284

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 0017

Source: DAI-A 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781321882735

Advisor: Saturno, William A.; Carballo, David M.

Committee member: Carballo, David M.; Elia, Ricardo J.; Marston, John M.; Saturno, William A.; Scarborough, Vernon L.

University/institution: Boston University

Department: Archaeology

University location: United States -- Massachusetts

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3711834

ProQuest document ID: 1706911740

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Reordering the landscape: Science, nature, and spirituality at Wye House

Author: Pruitt, Beth

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Abstract: This dissertation draws on literature and theoretical frameworks of gardening and social ordering that examine early Euro-American and African-American material culture as they came together on the plantation landscape at Wye House. Located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, the plantation was home to the Welsh Lloyd family and hundreds of enslaved Africans and African-Americans. Using archaeological and archeobotanical remains of garden related buildings and slave dwellings, this project acknowledges the different possible interactions and understandings of nature at Wye House and how this gave shape to a dynamic, culturally-based, and entangled landscape of imposed and hidden meanings, colonization and resistance.

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Subject: Archaeology; American history

Classification: 0324: Archaeology; 0337: American history

Identifier / keyword: Social sciences Archaeology Douglass, frederick Gardening Landscapes Slavery Wye house

Title: Reordering the landscape: Science, nature, and spirituality at Wye House

Number of pages: 302

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 0117

Source: DAI-A 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781321899184

Advisor: Leone, Mark P.

Committee member: Brighton, Stephen; Cook, Kelly; LaRoche, Cheryl; Leone, Mark P.; Shackel, Paul; Sies, Mary

University/institution: University of Maryland, College Park

Department: Anthropology

University location: United States -- Maryland

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3712844

ProQuest document ID: 1707355053

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Philosopher kings, then and now: The political philosophy of IQ

Author: Smith, Brannon Wilson

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Abstract: The most fundamental question of political philosophy is “who should rule?” Socrates famously argued in the Republic that philosophers were the most precise guardians of the best city. The question of intelligence is not a theoretical one; it is relevant far beyond the building of cities in speech. The importance we ascribe to measures of intelligence informs a broad range of policy questions and could challenge our democratic processes. This dissertation seeks to understand the relationship of the modern concept of IQ to Western political philosophy by investigating the role of intelligence for Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, and contemporary psychometricians. Whereas intelligence has a moral dimension for the classical philosophers, Machiavelli emphasized the use of prudence in the service of ambition. Contemporary psychometrics presents intelligence as a distinct, amoral property. I argue that Freud and group psychology provide insight into the way democracy could relate to a hypothetical cognitive elite. I further suggest ways in which we could make use of the modern IQ test to improve the quality of our political leadership and make use of an important Platonic theory without abandoning representative democracy as we know it.

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Subject: Philosophy; Political science; Psychology

Classification: 0422: Philosophy; 0615: Political science; 0621: Psychology

Identifier / keyword: Philosophy, religion and theology Social sciences Psychology Intelligence Iq Machiavelli Philosopher kings Plato Psychometrics

Title: Philosopher kings, then and now: The political philosophy of IQ

Number of pages: 192

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 0117

Source: DAI-A 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781321883497

Advisor: Glass, James M.

Committee member: Alford, Charles F.; Butterworth, Charles E.; Morris, Christopher W.; Tismaneanu, Vladimir

University/institution: University of Maryland, College Park

Department: Government and Politics

University location: United States -- Maryland

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3711879

ProQuest document ID: 1707681216

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Essays on Environmental Policy and Technological Change

Author: Milani, Sahar

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Abstract: This dissertation is comprised of three empirical essays on technological change. The first chapter examines how industrial R&D intensities respond to environmental regulations when considering specific industry characteristics such as pollution intensity and immobility. Specifically, I study the impact of environmental regulations on R&D intensities in 21 manufacturing industries in 28 OECD countries from 2000-2007. I consider pollution intensity and the relative ease of relocation (immobility) as industry characteristics that determine the optimal industry response to increased environmental policy stringency. I find that more pollution intensive industries innovate less as regulatory environments become more restrictive relative to less pollution intensive industries. At the same time, more immobile industries innovate more than more mobile industries as environmental regulations become more stringent, illustrating innovation as an alternative to relocation. In the second chapter, I investigate how energy prices and production, government investment in R&D, and similarities in environmental regulations may influence international collaboration on energy patents. I study the propensity to collaboratively innovate by examining counts of renewable energy and alternative energy patents from 1994-2008 that have multiple inventors that are located in more than one country. Using a gravity model framework, I demonstrate that technological similarity, common languages, trade relationships, and similarity in environmental regulations are important drivers of collaboration in these technologies. When examining collaboration between advanced and developing countries, however, higher production of natural gas in developing countries and stronger environmental regulations in advanced nations positively affects the probability of collaboration. The third chapter explores the role of international financial openness on industrial R&D intensities. International financial integration may provide an important channel of financing for research and development (R&D) that ultimately enhances economic growth. This chapter extends the analysis of Maskus et al. (2012) by examining the impact of refined measures of international financial openness, capital controls, and financial structure on R&D intensities in 22 manufacturing industries in 18 OECD countries for the period 1990-2003. We interact these country-level financial measures with industry characteristics, namely dependence on external financing and the amount of tangible assets. Our findings indicate that multiple capital openness indices and financial structure measures are important determinants of R&D intensity. These refined measures indicate that the significance of FDI as an international financial development measure is driven primarily by external FDI assets. This may indicate that multinational firms are able to access funds from affiliate firms abroad, and use such funds as an important source of financing R&D expenditures.

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Subject: Environmental economics; Economics

Classification: 0438: Environmental economics; 0501: Economics

Identifier / keyword: Social sciences Environmental policy Financial openness Patents R and d Renewable energy

Title: Essays on Environmental Policy and Technological Change

Number of pages: 113

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 0263

Source: DAI-A 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781321896954

Advisor: Neumann, Rebecca

Committee member: Lazkano, Itziar; McGinty, Matthew; Mohtadi, Hamid; Song, Suyong

University/institution: The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Department: Economics

University location: United States -- Wisconsin

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3712695

ProQuest document ID: 1707683189

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The new pulpit: Museums, authority, and the cultural reproduction of young-Earth creationism

Author: Barone, Lindsay M.

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Abstract: Since the mid-twentieth century there has been increasing concern among evangelical Christians over the depiction of human origins in American education. For young-Earth creationists, it has been a priority to replace scientific information which contradicts the six-day origin story reported in Genesis 1 with evidence they claim scientifically reinforces their narrative. As this has failed in public education, creationists have switched tactics, moving from “teach creationism” to “teach the controversy”. The struggle over evolution education in the classroom is well-documented, but less attention has been paid to how young-Earth creationists push their agenda in informal educational venues such as museums. Given the authoritative nature of museums and the ubiquity of these institutions in American life, museums have become targets for the creation message. This project was undertaken to critically analyze the use of the museum form as an authoritative source which facilitates the cultural reproduction of young-Earth creationism. I propose a tripartite model of authority and museums is the best way to understand the relationship between young-Earth creationism and American museums, with the creation, contestation, and subversion of authority all acting as critical components of the bid for cultural reproduction. Assessing the utility of this model requires visiting both creation museums alongside mainstream natural history, science, and anthropology museums. Drawing from staff interviews, survey data, museum visits, and the collection of creation-based literature for secular museums, these sources combine to create a comprehensive picture of the relationship between young-Earth creationism and museums in the United States today.

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Subject: Cultural anthropology; Physical anthropology; Museum studies

Classification: 0326: Cultural anthropology; 0327: Physical anthropology; 0730: Museum studies

Identifier / keyword: Social sciences Communication and the arts Creationism Human evolution Museums Science education

Title: The new pulpit: Museums, authority, and the cultural reproduction of young-Earth creationism

Number of pages: 221

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 0263

Source: DAI-A 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781321886573

Advisor: Campbell, Benjamin C.

Committee member: Mayer, Gregory C.; Perley, Bernard C.; Petto, Andrew J.; Wood, William W.

University/institution: The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Department: Anthropology

University location: United States -- Wisconsin

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3712078

ProQuest document ID: 1707685342

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Re-visioning the end of history

Author: Liem, Henry Nguyen Huu

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Abstract: This study offers a critical analysis of the history of an idea. During the last two decades, a number of well-known Hegelian thinkers, starting with Francis Fukuyama in The End of History and the Last Man, have engaged in considerable public debate about the Hegelian concept of the end of history. Here one should ask, what does Hegel mean by the "end of history"? Has world history arrived at its triumphant conclusion, for which the Western model of political economy and religion represents a teleological end-point, as some have claimed? In this study, the author presents his reading of Hegel's main texts and ideas regarding historical teleology, along with his analysis of the exegeses of a number of well-regarded Hegel scholars, to present a new interpretation of this central tenet of Hegelian thought. The study proceeds in four sections. First, the author presents a close examination of Hegel's basic texts to interpret what Hegel means by the "end of history". Second, he endeavors to clarify how he believes Alexandre Kojève, in his Introduction to the Reading of Hegel, misinterprets Hegel's philosophy of history. Subsequently, the author analyzes the philosophical debate regarding the end of history centered around the political writings of Francis Fukuyama, who re-interprets Hegel vis-à-vis Kojève. Finally, he analyzes and critiques Kojève and Fukuyama through his interpretation of Hegel. He argues that for Hegel, the dialectical transformation of human consciousness requires the complete actualization of the ideals of Freedom into concrete reality for all human societies. That future is predicated on an inclusion-in-diversity of all who yearn for the ideal of Freedom. To implement this final aim of history, societies would have to acquire a new understanding of the Hegelian teleology.

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Subject: Philosophy; History

Classification: 0422: Philosophy; 0578: History

Identifier / keyword: Philosophy, religion and theology Social sciences End of history Fukuyama Hegel Henry nguyen liem Kojeve Philosophy of history

Title: Re-visioning the end of history



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