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    Austin Owen Lecture: Litigating the Holocaust

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    The Austin Owen Lecture was established in honor of the Honorable Austin E. Owen through the generosity of his daughter, Dr. Judith O. Hopkins, W\u2774, and son-in-law, Dr. Marbry B. Hopkins, R\u2774. The Honorable Austin E. Owen attended Richmond College from 1946-47 and received his law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law in 1950. During his distinguished career, Judge Owen served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia; a partner in Owen, Gray, Rhodes, Betz, Smith and Dickerson; and was appointed Judge of the Second Judicial Circuit of Virginia where he served until his retirement in 1990. Professor Michael J. Bazyler presented this address at the Seventh Annual Austin Owen Lecture on April 12, 1999, at the University of Richmond School of Law

    Sitting at the edge of (most) disciplines: Contemplating the contemplative in classroom practice: A review of The Contemplative Mind in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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    A review of The Contemplative Mind in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning by Patricia Owen-Smith, Indiana University Press, 2018

    Austin Owen Lecture: Difficulties, Dangers & Challenges Facing the Judiciary Today

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    Judge Payne presented this address at The Sixth Annual Austin Owen Lecture on November 18, 1997. The Honorable Austin E. Owen attended Richmond College from 1946-47 and received his law degree from The T.C. Williams School of Law in 1950. During his distinguished career, Judge Owen served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia; a partner in Owen, Gray, Rhodes, Betz, Smith and Dickerson; and was appointed Judge of the Second Judicial Circuit of Virginia where he served until his retirement in 1990. The Law School community grieved the loss of this distinguished alumnus upon his death in March, 1995. In 1991, Judge Owen\u27s daughter, Dr. Judith O. Hopkins, W\u2774, and son-in-law, Dr. Marbry B. Hopkins, R\u2774, established the Austin Owen Lecture which is held each fall at the Law School

    Austin Owen Lecture: The National Export Strategy

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    The Honorable Raymond E. Vickery, Jr., presented this address as The Fourth Annual Austin Owen Lecture on October 5, 1995. The Honorable Austin E. Owen attended Richmond College from 1946-47 and received his law degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law in 1950. During his distinguished career, Judge Owen served as the Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, was a partner in Owen, Guy, Rhodes, Betz, Smith and Dickerson and was appointed Judge of the Second Judicial Circuit of Virginia where he served until his retirement in 1990. In 1991, Judge Owen\u27s daughter, Dr. Judith O. Hopkins, W\u2774, and son-in-law, Dr. Marbry B. Hopkins, R\u2774, established the Austin Owen Lecture which is held each fall at the Law School. The Law School community grieved the loss of this distinguishedalumnus upon his death in March, 1995

    David Sanborn

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    Playbill inserts for the March 3, 2000 performance by David Sanborn with special guest, comedian Owen Smith and the February 11, 2006 performance by The David Sanborn Group.https://opus.govst.edu/cpa_memorabilia/1045/thumbnail.jp

    Smith, Joan oral history interview

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    Joan Smith (pronounced Jo-Ann) was born in Camden, Maine. Her family has lived in the Camden area since before the American Revolution. After Smith married her husband Owen, they moved to Washington, D.C. for eight years, until Owen’s death. The Smiths lived in the Chevy Chase area of D.C. and lived right across the street from Harry McPherson. Joan eventually moved back to Maine to raise her seven children. She and her husband were active Democrats

    La ética como eficiencia: la responsabilidad social en las cooperativas de crédito españolas

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    Recently, questions related to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) have taken on greater importance. The European Commission defines CSR as a company’s contribution to sustainable development. In the area of European credit unions there are some very interesting examples of companies that are deeply involved in sustainable development and apply very strictly codes of ethics in the normal running of their business. This paper reflects on (i) the need to take another look at the moral teachings of some of the founding fathers of Economics, such as those of Adam Smith or Robert Owen, much of which was scorned after utilitarianism and rationalism triumphed; (ii) society’s tendency towards post-modern values; (iii) the role of Cooperative Principles and Values in new cultural contexts; and (iv) the specific application of both CSR and cooperative values by Spanish credit unions.Corporate social responsibility, cooperative principles, credit unions, cultural change, Smith, Owen.

    Repertoire Class: December 1, 1978

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    This is the program for the Repertoire Class recital, held on December 1, 1978, in the Mabee Fine Arts Center Recital Hall. The following students performed: organist Rockey Starnes, pianist Twyla Roach, pianist Lee Ann Satterwhite, pianist Tammy Prince, baritone Noel McDonnough, baritone Ken Worthen, soprano Donna McKenzie, soprano Beverly Smith, baritone Mike Talley, mezzo-soprano Karen Owen, soprano Freda Wallace, and baritone Ed Adcock

    Voldemort Tyrannos: Plato’s Tyrant in the Republic and the Wizarding World

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    In the Harry Potter novel series, by J. K. Rowling, the character of Lord Voldemort is the dictatorial ruler of the Death Eaters and aspiring despot of the entire wizarding community. As such, he serves as an apt subject for the application of Plato’s portrait of the tyrant in Republic IX. The process of applying Plato to Voldemort, however, leads to an apparent anomaly, the resolution of which requires that we move beyond the Republic to the account of beauty presented by Plato in the Symposium. In doing so, we shall find that while Plato can help us to understand Voldemort, Voldemort can also help us to attain a deeper understanding of Plato
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