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This table lists the various scholarly activities by Queens College faculty dating back to 2008.  Use the options below to filter by year, academic department, category, or faculty name.  You may also search for a faculty name or description by using the Keyword search box.
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2008Aaron Copland School of MusicConference PresentationBurnett, HenryBurnett, Henry, 7th Annual East Coast Shakuhachi Conference (September 1-4, 2008). Temenos Retreat Center, West Chester, PA. I give lectures, performances and lessons over a 4-day period.
2008Aaron Copland School of MusicConference PresentationRothstein, WilliamRothstein, William Taking Bellini seriously. Music Theory/Musicology Colloquium Series, University of Minnesota. November 21, 2008.
2008Aaron Copland School of MusicConference PresentationSmith, JaniceSmith, J. At NYSSMA Winter Conference Dec. 2008: Research poster Smith, J. (2008). Praxis shock symptoms and recovery: How young urban teachers encounter the first weeks of school.
2008Accounting and Information SystemsConference PresentationBlumenfrucht, IsraelBlumenfrucht, Israel, Session Chair and Presenter, 2008 Federal Tax Update: A Complete Analysis of the 2008 Tax Acts, Accountants Continuing Education , New Yorker Hotel, NYC (December 20, 2008).
2008Accounting and Information SystemsConference PresentationWalker, JohnElson, R., OCallaghan, S., and Walker, J.P. (2008), Lexington Country Day School: Where Were the Internal Controls?, Proceedings, Academy of Business Disciplines Annual Meeting, Ft. Myers, FL, November, 2008. ® (awarded Best Case).
2008Accounting and Information SystemsConference PresentationWalker, JohnFlesher, D., Walker, J.P., OCallaghan, S., and Flesher (2008), A Tribute to Clara LeLievre: Alabamas First Woman CPA and the Inspiration for AAAs Work-Life Balance & Gender Issues Section, Proceedings of the American Accounting Association, Annual Meeting, Anahiem, CA, August 2008. ®
2008Accounting and Information SystemsConference PresentationWalker, JohnElson, R., OCallaghan, S. and Walker, J.P. (2008), A Simple Way to Use Laughter to Increase Students Interest in Accounting, Effective Learning Strategies, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Anahiem, CA, August, 2008. ®
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 The Objective Bases of Melville Herskovits Bahian Notebooks: Survivals in and on Fieldworks Mystic Writing Pad, Paper presented at American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Nov. 22, San Francisco, California (co-organizer of Society of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology-Sponsored Panel, Bahias Place in Traveling Theory: Diaspora, Ethnography and Cosmopolitanism in Northeastern Brazil).
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Oh, He Must Have Been a Chicken Man Like I: Slaves, Evidence,and Rumor in Salvador, Brazil's Pelourinho Historical Center. Invited lecture presented at the Columbia University Center for Archaeology Invited Lecture Series, November 14, 2008
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 A razão barroca do patrimônio baiano: Contos de tesouro e histórias de ossadas no Centro Histórico de Salvador. [Bahian Patrimonys Baroque Reason: Treasure Tales and Skeleton Stories in Salvadors Historical Center], Paper Presented July 4 at the First Annual Brazilian-U.S. Anthropological Conference, University of São Paulo, São Pauol, Brazil
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Competing Traditions in Northeastern Regionalism: Bahia and Pernambucos Holy War in Historical Perspective, Paper Presented at Brazilian American Studies Association Meetings, New Orleans, LA.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Discussant for Religion and Afro-Brazilian Organizations, Brazilian American Studies Association Meetings, New Orleans, LA.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Discussant for Subject Populations: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives on the Politics of Knowledge in the Americas, American Historical Association Annual Meetings, Washington, D.C., January 2008
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationDeboer, WarrenWarren R. DeBoer Discussant: Symposium on New Approaches to Iroquoian Ceramics, 2008 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Petersborough, Ontario.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationLimbert, MandanaMandana Limbert Presented, Genealogy, Status, and Marriage in Oman for the 10th Annual Gilder Lehrman Center Conference for the Study of Slaver, Resistance, and Abolition, Yale University, November 2008.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationLimbert, MandanaMandana Limbert Presented, Water Stories and Water Minutes in Southern Arabia for the workshop Water and Society, Harvard University, May 2008.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationLimbert, MandanaMandana Limbert Presented, Intimate Matters: the management of marriage in Oman for the Conference GCC: Gender, Connectivity and Change in the Gulf Arab States, University of California, Irvine, April 2008.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationMoore, JamesJames Moore 2008 Ten Years of Archaeology at the Bowne House. Discovering John Bowne: Bowne House Restoration Symposium, organized by Donald Friary, Historic Deerfield with J. Ritchie Garrison, Director, Winterthur Program in American Material Culture and Professor of History, University of Delaware, and Cary Carson, retired Vice-President for Research at Colonial Williamsburg. The National Art Club, New York. September 22, 2008.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationMoore, JamesJames Moore 2008 Too Much Past for This Present: Silencing Landscapes of Slavery and Freedom in the New York Hinterland. Archaeologists, Museums, Monuments, and Anti-Monuments, organized by R. Paynter, R. Benjamin and W. Perry. World Archaeological Congress VI. Dublin. July, 2008.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationMoore, JamesJames Moore 2008 The New Woman in the New Household: Changing Patterns of Domesticity in Early Nineteenth Century Flushing. Womens History Month Lecture, Queens Historical Society. March 16, 2008.
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