Memories of Harold & Winona Essay

While we wait for the end of this month and Howard scholar and TGR contributor Tim Arney’s meeting with Winona Morris Nation’s son John Nation in Asheville, North Carolina to review Harold Preece’s papers (along with Winona’s) here are some firsthand memories and photographs provided by John’s former significant other, Cheryl Cassidy: Memories of  Harold & Winonaby […]

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Introduction (i.e., density, diversity, design and distance)

IntroductionThisreport aimed at assessing the Integrated Housing Development Program Project ofEthiopia in the eyes ofland use variables and transportation. The Integrated Housing Development Programme is an ambitious projectthat directly addresses the current housing deficit, the poor quality of theexisting housing stock, and the future housing needs due to continuedurbanization in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The programme attracts […]

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Racism in contemporary Australian life. Hollinsworth (2006)

Racismis defined as “prejudice or discrimination against people from another race,due to the belief that one’s own race is superior” (Oxford Dictionary). However, in contemporary Australian society today, these beliefs are deeplyengrained within our social structures.  Whilst racism against Aboriginaland Torres Strait Islanders remains a highly debated topic, among bothpoliticians and government and everyday Australians, […]

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