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    Southern Adventist University Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024

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    Southern Adventist University\u27s undergraduate catalog for the academic year 2023-2024.https://knowledge.e.southern.edu/undergrad_catalog/1123/thumbnail.jp

    UMSL Bulletin 2023-2024

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    The 2023-2024 Bulletin and Course Catalog for the University of Missouri St. Louis.https://irl.umsl.edu/bulletin/1088/thumbnail.jp

    Graduate Catalog of Studies, 2023-2024

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    UMSL Bulletin 2022-2023

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    The 2022-2023 Bulletin and Course Catalog for the University of Missouri St. Louis.https://irl.umsl.edu/bulletin/1087/thumbnail.jp

    2023-2024 Catalog

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    The 2023-2024 Governors State University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog is a comprehensive listing of current information regarding:Degree RequirementsCourse OfferingsUndergraduate and Graduate Rules and Regulation

    Traditional Cultural Artmaking Practices and Their Impact on Wellness

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    This study explores the impact that traditional artmaking can have on the wellness of individuals who continue to practice their traditional crafts. Limited research has explored how culturally adapted art therapy practices and culturally relevant materials can promote wellness and alleviate emotional and acculturation challenges for multicultural populations. This research included a case study approach that invited five participants who regularly engaged in a traditional artmaking practice to continue their practice for four consecutive weeks and reflect on their sense of wellness after each traditional artmaking engagement. Over the four weeks, participants completed an initial survey to assess their baseline sense of wellness, weekly surveys that included the WHO-5 Well-being Index, and a final interview over Zoom web conferencing. Through a thematic analysis of the qualitative data, the researchers recognized two overarching themes: (1) the sense of wellness through experiencing a connection to culture, and (2) connection to heritage and present-moment awareness. The survey results revealed that environmental stressors often impacted the participant’s ability to rate wellness in connection to their artmaking practice and that their practice was a helpful distraction that positively impacted wellness. This research suggests that engaging in traditional cultural art practices can increase an individual’s sense of wellness through a deeper connection to their culture and their present-moment awareness. Further studies regarding traditional cultural artmaking practices and their impact on wellness may inspire and support art therapists in decolonizing therapeutic approaches and empowering multicultural communities and individuals

    Storyville: A Study of Artifacts

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    Operating from 1897 to 1917, sixteen blocks from the French Quarter district of New Orleans, Louisiana, several buildings were created to establish a legal red light district known as “Storyville.” The area was named after its creator, Alderman Sidney Story, who enacted the applicable ordinances and helped to establish the district. The creation of Storyville was meant to bring regulation to the sex trade and organized crime. The creation of the sixteen blocks of the district was influenced by a diverse range of experiences, ranging from cheap cribs, vibrant music halls, saloons, and lavish mansions filled with top dollar ladies. The Storyville district is estimated to have boasted approximately 230 brothels and nearly 2,000 sex workers during the height of its popularity. The district was not only known for its sex work, however. In addition, it was also well-known for the solid feminist entrepreneurship seen from the women who ran the high-end brothels, such as LuLu White and Josie Arlington. In fact, there are historians who argue that Storyville allowed for some of the first entrepreneurial women in New Orleans at a time when there were no other options. Storyville is also considered groundbreaking for a vibrant music scene that allowed musicians, such as Jelly Roll Morton, to gain popularity (Permenter, 2021). However, after Storyville was abolished in 1917, New Orleans started slowly removing all buildings and disguising the fact that the district ever existed. While Storyville operated, the brothels would produce promotional postcards, guidebooks, and cameos of the girls. But, over the decades, many of these items have been considered lost or destroyed; most exist in few dedicated archives. This leads to the notion of Storyville’s mystique. But, if you are walking around the city, you will not find any standing buildings and very little information about its history. Further, some people that grew up in New Orleans do not even know the area ever existed, which leads more to its lore (Permenter, 2021). The study examines the artifacts available in The Historic New Orleans Collection Archives about The Storyville District, the city of New Orleans’ red-light district during a period ranging from 1897 to 1917

    オランダの「日本美術協会」創成期とEdzard Johan Moddermanの役割

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    本稿は、1937年にオランダで創設された日本美術協会の初期の活動と、とりわけエドザード・モダーマン(Edzard J. Modderman, 1902−1975)の役割に焦点を当てる。協会会報の創刊号(1938年10月)から終戦前の号までは、モダーマンによる日本美術考察の寄稿が顕著に見受けられる。また、各会報の記事から、彼が協会主催の複数の日本美術勉強会と日本美術展開催にも中心的に携わっていたことが読み取れる。しかし、終戦後の会報においては、彼による投稿が全く見られなくなるのみならず、その名前すら言及されなくなる。その理由について、これまでは明らかではなかった。本稿の筆者は、オランダ南ホラント州ライデンのシーボルトハウスに保管されている同協会のアーカイブを精査し、会員の個人間の書簡、理事会の議事録、年度報告などを整理して終戦前の協会活動をまとめた。これにより、会報からは読み取れない多くの事情が明らかとなった。それは、個人間の主義主張の相違にとどまらず、各会員の政治的・民族的な立場の相違と、ナチス・ドイツによるオランダ占領という複雑な事情であり、この歴史的背景は日本美術協会の活動と各会員にも大きく影響していた

    Undergraduate Catalog of Studies, 2022-2023

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    University bulletin 2023-2024

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    This catalog for the University of South Carolina at Beaufort lists information about the college, the academic calendar, admission policies, degree programs, faculty and course descriptions
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