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Submissions from 2003

(Presentation) My trip to China, William Lamberts

(Presentation) Dutch oven cooking: how and why, Larry E. Davis and Johanna Davis

(Presentation) The CSB/SJU Bailey Herbarium: botanical tales from the crypt, Stephen G. Saupe

(Presentation) Education and long run development in Japan, Sharmistha Self

(Presentation) Vital aging in a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (GLBT) context, John Yoakam

(Presentation) Advertising the global economy, Katherine Johnson

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(Presentation) Incentives, Institutions, and Development Assistance, Michael Kremer

Submissions from 2002

(Presentation) A reading by CSB poet Larry Schug, Lawrence Schug

(Presentation) “Can a Christian community have non-Christian members?”, Dan McKanan

(Presentation) In Defense of Globalization: It has a Human Face, But We Can Do Better, Jagdish N. Bhagwati

(Presentation) “The powder keg of Eurasia”, Nicholas Hayes

(Presentation) Man enough: resolving masculinity with disability, Jason Laker

(Presentation) Hail Melk! Ethics and historical memory in Austria, Gregory F. Schroeder

(Presentation) Major health care challenges in the Russian far east: Khabarovsk, Laura S. Rodgers

(Presentation) Pre-adolescent reactance as a response to antismoking messages, Erin A. Szabo

(Presentation) Women in Latin America: democracy in the country, at home and in bed, Jessia Hasslen and Flora Calderon-Steck

(Presentation) Back to the future? Urban reconstruction in reunified Berlin, Douglas Brent McBride

(Presentation) Reading between the lines: graphoanalysis and personality assessment, Aaron Raverty OSB

(Presentation) The state we're in (in 1835 at least!), Annette Atkins

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(Presentation) Beethoven's Immortal Beloved: Marek's Research, Willem (Wim) Ibes

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(Presentation) Beethoven's Immortal Beloved: The Letter of July 6-7, 1812, Willem (Wim) Ibes

Submissions from 2001

(Presentation) Ten years later: Russia and the former Soviet Union a decade after the end of the USSR, Nicholas Hayes

(Presentation) Civil society and national development in Nigeria, Anthony Cunningham

(Presentation) Hypnosis: Myth, Miracle, or Madness?, Aubrey Immelman

(Presentation) "The meaning of crusade, then and now", Theresa M. Vann

(Presentation) Academics in political change: affordable housing in central Minnesota, Daniel K. Finn and Martin Connell

(Presentation) J.F. Powers: divinely inspired gadfly, Nancy Hynes OSB

(Presentation) Greening the campus: toward environmental sustainability in higher education, Environmental Studies Faculty and Students

(Presentation) Ex corde ecclesiae: saving the soul of the Catholic University?, Joseph Farry

(Presentation) Toe the white line, Felicia Washington

(Presentation) Unlikely stories, Elaine Rutherford

(Presentation) Binge drinking: the real story about alcohol use at CSB/SJU part II, Eric Felsch, Jenny Miller, and Janet Anderson

(Presentation) A visual survey of Minnesotan megafauna, William Lamberts

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(Presentation) Why Do We Consume So Much?, Juliet B. Schor

Submissions from 2000

(Presentation) Binge drinking: the real story about alcohol use at CSB/SJU, Eric Felsch, Jenny Miller, and Janet Anderson

(Presentation) A reading and discussion with poet Larry Schug, Lawrence "Larry" Schug

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(Presentation) Moral Crusader vs. Flyboy: The Political Personalities of Al Gore and George W. Bush, Aubrey Immelman

(Presentation) Holocaust(s)-singular, plural, forgotten, competing?, Gregory Schroeder

(Presentation) The hammer and the nail: reflections on war, genocide and the ethics of intervention in the ex-Yugoslavia, Nicholas Hayes

(Presentation) Pop-up parenting: what a post-modern mother owes to Erma Bombeck, Karen L. Erickson

(Presentation) Factors that affect hospitalization rates for mental illness: analysis of state-level panel data, Jamie Partridge and Lynn Bye

(Presentation) The common ground dialogue method for intervening in widespread social conflicts, Adrian Kaufmann

(Presentation) Exported ethnic conflict: the Kurds in Germany, Vera Ecarrius-Kelly

(Presentation) Vampire gender and genre: is commonality in the genes?, Wendy Sterba

(Presentation) Candle and a mirror: art reflections on violence and identity in the middle east, Cedar Nordbye

Submissions from 1999

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(Presentation) Uneconomic Growth: In Theory, in Fact, in History, and in Relation to Globalization, Herman E. Daly

Submissions from 1998

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(Presentation) Understanding Asia's Financial Crisis, Barry Eichengreen

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(Performance) Beethoven's Immortal Beloved: A first intimation of the text Beethoven really had in mind, Willem (Wim) Ibes

Submissions from 1997

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(Presentation) Economics, Faith and Welfare Reform: Can We Improve Government Policy for the Poor?, Rebecca Blank

Submissions from 1995

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(Performance) Beethoven's Immortal Beloved: A First Intimation of the Text Beethoven Really Had in Mind, Willem (Wim) Ibes

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(Performance) Beethoven's Immortal Beloved: Initial Analysis of Piano Sonata 28, Opus 101, Willem (Wim) Ibes

Submissions from 1994

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(Presentation) Adam Smith Goes to Moscow, Walter Adams

Submissions from 1992

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(Presentation) Why Competition in Health Care Has Failed: What Would It Take to Make It Work?, Alain C. Enthoven

Submissions from 1991

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(Presentation) Progress of Economic Reform in Eastern Europe, Jeffrey Sachs

Submissions from 1990

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(Presentation) Music Fullness of the Present, Willem (Wim) Ibes

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(Presentation) Exiting from the Cold War: Problems of Economics and Politics, Seymour Melman

Submissions from 1989

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(Presentation) Self-Interest, Markets, and the Four Problems of Economic Life, Daniel K. Finn

Submissions from 1988

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(Presentation) Debt, Policy Reform and Poverty Alleviation in Developing Countries, Anne O. Krueger

Submissions from 1987

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(Presentation) The Preferential Option for the Poor: An Economist's Perspective, Stephen T. Worland