|"Can we 'teach them to elect good men'? The application of military force in Mexico and Iraq".
|"The three literacy gaps and Title III of NCLB".
||Hetzel, June; Soto-Hinman, Ivannia
|"The two cultures" and the historical perspective on science as a culture.
|'The rich and the poor': eradicating hunger in a "global" economy.
||Wein, Jo Ann
|A comprehensive system of school reform based on student results.
||Little, Mary E.
|A critical analysis of gender-based workplace challenges facing women: gender and compensation.
||Pollard, Prudence LaBeach
|A view from the trenches: arts as an institutional requirement.
||Vogel, Virginia Louise
|Aging-in-place: present realities and future directions.
||Burgess, Anne M.; Burgess Clifford G.
|America's changing views of China: through the eyes of Janus.
||Willgoos, Robert G.
|Ancient paradigms and modern expectations: is the United States acting like a normal state?
|Application of the epidemiological model: community-based interventions for the management of obesity in children and young adults.
||Saunders, Dinah; Harrison, Barbara
|Approaching a possible redefinition of the arts and sciences: the union of the two cultures (with a special emphasis on the discipline of music).
|Art: a constituent in orders of science.
||Ukpong, Onoyom Godfrey
|Black women writers as dynamic agents of change: empowering Women from Africa to America.
||Ampadu, Lena M.
|Blackstone's canvas of influence redux: did he contribute to the construction of ethics in American education law?
||Joki, Russell A.; Canfield-Davis, Kathy
|Bridging "The Two Cultures" through aesthetic education: considering visual art, science, and imagination.
|Bridging the abyss.
|Bridging the two cultures: disciplinary divides and educational reward systems.
|Bridging the Two Cultures: the case of science and natural history filmmaking.
||Metz, Walter C.
|Caregiving to aging parents.
||Durant, Thomas J., Jr.; Christian, Ollie G.
|Categorizing language as curriculum and instruction: implications for teaching English language learners.
|China's economic development from 1860 to the present: the roles of sovereignty and the global economy.
||Thomas, Stephen C.
|Contesting patriarchy: granddaughters fight back.
|Cultural synthesis in research pedagogy: the puzzle of George Crabbe's "the voluntary insane".
||Sondergard, Sidney L.
|Definitions and disasters: what Hurricane Katrina revealed about women's rights.
||Adrian, Lynne M.
|Distinguishing sources of L2 development problems in K-12: language deficit, cognitive deficit, and cognitive distance.
|Diversity and public policy in relation to the special case of intercountry adoption.
|Evolution is not the enemy; intelligent design is not the solution.
||Pinkham, Carlos Frank Amory
|Failing to heed Blackstone: a 50 year review of tougher sentences for impaired driving in Canada and how the judiciary strives to avoid their imposition.
||Crew, Blair; Greenspon, Lawrence
|From Blackstone's common law duty of parents to educate their children to a constitutional right of parents to control the education of their children.
||Sedler, Robert A.
|From outside-in to inside-out: rethinking The Two Cultures and the contribution of C. P. Snow.
||Vehse, Charles "Ted" T.
|Frontiers, empires, and the new world: the significance of the frontier in American foreign policy.
||Eifler, Mark A.
|Global competition and learning organizations: goals and motivations of corporate leaders and employees who participate in corporate/university partnerships.
||Zolfo, Elana; Mann, Deborah
|Globalization (1) and media: do twentieth-century concepts remain relevant?
|How would Blackstone teach today's law students with learning disabilities?: a proposal.
||Schmitz, Suzanne J.
|Humanities & arts to the rescue of science.
|Interconnectedness and women's leadership: disability rights through the lenses of emancipatory spirituality and liberatory theology.
|Intersections of identity: navigating the complexities.
|Journey to healthy aging: impact of community based education programs on knowledge and health behavior in older adults.
|Learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder: a new approach for the criminal justice system.
||Admire, David S.
|Lessons from the round table: literacy professionals find common ground in Oxford.
||Paterson, Wendy A.
|Minding the gap--artists as scientists, scientists as artists: some solutions to Snow's dilemma.
|Movements of peoples and the Genesis of "Soviet spaces".
|Obesity and the healthcare professions: cooperation or assimilation?
||Lowery, Lonnie M.; Taylor, Evelyn
|Of blind men and elephants: some thoughts on a learning-centered approach for bridging the gulf between the arts and sciences.
||Karakas, Scott Louis
|Older than Snow: the Two Cultures and the Yale Report of 1828.
||Timmons, William Todd
|Overcoming visible and not so visible barriers to women's leadership in the Roman Catholic Church in the United States.
|Petit Apartheid in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands: an analysis of community organization data documenting work force abuses of the undocumented.
||O'Leary, Anna Ochoa
|Philosophers and technologists: vicarious and virtual knowledge constructs.
||McNeese, Beverly D.
|Piety, pageantry and politics on the northern Great Plains: an American Indian woman restages her people's conquest during the era of assimilation (1879-1934).
|Privatization of higher education in Malaysia.
|Public financing of religious schools: James G. Blaine and Justice Clarence Thomas' 'bigotry thesis.
|Quantitative literacy: a means for bridging the chasm of the two cultures.
||Owusu-Ansah, Angela; Chew, Stephen; McDaniel, Gretchen
|Relational psychopathologies of adult children of alcoholics.
||Held, Sylvia Carol
|Religion, education and the role of government in old Tibet.
|Security and international relations in the 21st Century: United States' continuum of counterinsurgency: anti-communism to anti-terrorism.
||Sprankle, Laurie Ann
|Societal cultural competence and cultural community well-being.
|Stability and continuity in normal emotional development between infancy and early childhood: longitudinal research.
||Losonczy-Marshall, Marta E.
|Teaching geosciences in Mississippi.
||Dewey, Christopher; Beasley, Rodney W.
|The academic climate of women faculty in faith-based institutions of higher learning.
||Halstead, Jackie L.; Loy, Courtney
|The Arabic story: mirror of a culture a curriculum for the West.
||Mallakh, Olfat El-
|The creation of a subculture: the decline of the arts in a society dominated by technology, science, and economics.
||Mains, Ronda M.
|The development of technology-based counseling strategies to enhance outreach to parents and students.
||Wallace, Marie L.
|The effects of mediated learning strategies on teacher practice and on students at risk of academic failure.
||Mann, Deborah; Hinds, Janet L.
|The gap narrows in fine art: modernism and women artists.
|The identification, assessment, and amelioration of barriers to America's acceptance of evolutionary theory.
||Firenze, Richard F.
|The impact of a gender shift on a profession: women in pharmacy.
||Gardner, Stephanie F.; Stowe, Cindy D.
|The impact of immigration on bilingualism among indigenous American peoples.
||Ahler, Janet Goldenstein
|The impact of policy driven professional development on emergent literacy instruction.
||Pennycuff, Kristen R.
|The legal mind and integrity in the workplace: principled prerequisites for statesmanship in leadership.
||McCarthy, Robert J.
|The link between healthcare, sexuality, and successful aging.
||Williams, Richard Allen
|The modern American "widow," the church and the formation of public policy.
|The Reagan administration, the United Nations & human rights.
||Vavrina, Vernon J.
|The relationship between paternal involvement and child outcomes in male African American youth.
||Passley, Josef A.; Gerring, Joan P.; Gerson, Arlene C.
|The relationship between teacher assessments and NCLB mathematics testing.
||Herte, Christopher Mark
|The science-faith debate in higher education.
||Carrington, Mary E.; Lyon Gary L.
|The third culture--a conversation about truth and reconciliation: an African Americanist's reflection on the "Two Cultures" debate in post-modern society.
||Wright, Josephine R.B.
|The two cultures and the crisis in the humanities.
|The two cultures: a zero-sum game?
||Scheessele, Michael R.
|The two cultures: the literary moderns revisited.
||Stone, Judith E.
|The United States and coalition building in the new international order.
||Allison, William Thomas
|The untold story: African American women administrators' alchemy of turning adversity into gold.
||Barksdale, Sydney Howe
|Time well spent: phonemic awareness training or paired associate learning for children with language impairments?
|Toward a synthesis of science and theatre arts.
|Towards a model of literacy learning for young augmented speakers.
|Translating basic research into community practice: the Cornell Institute for Translational Research on Aging (CITRA).
||Wethington, Elaine; Pillemer, Karl A.
|Use of the rule of law to take the measure of HIV/aids.
||Bonelli, Gregg W.
|Violence and end-time theologies: the search for a responsible eschatology.
||Weaver, Natalie Kertes