طبق روال سالهای گذشته، اطلاعات دانشجویان ورودی جدید حدودا بیست مهر ماه (پس از تکمیل اطلاعات در سامانه گلستان) در کتابیار پند قابل دسترسی است. شروع استفاده از سرویسهای امانت و مطالعه کتابیار پند برای این دانشجویان، به بعد از این تاریخ موکول میگردد.
Inspiration at the roots : sources of nonviolence in Islam -- At the point of a sword? How Islam actually spread -- Ignored for no fault of theirs : the Sufis and other pacifist Muslim sects -- Jihad is not war : grappling with the most controversial aspect of Islam -- A most improbable tale : nonviolence among the Pashtuns of Pakistan -- Following in the Mahatma's footsteps : Muslim Gandhians -- A refusal to cooperate : the struggle of the Kosovar Albanians -- Not just a land of conflict : nonviolence in the Middle East -- Struggling against heavy odds : Palestinians and nonviolence -- To topple dictators without force : peaceful protest in modern South Asia, Amitabh Pal.
Imagine being a principal -- Leading a school and managing a school: what's the difference? -- Creating traditions: how a school gains an identity -- Rugtime for teachers: reinventing the faculty meeting and mentoring good ideas -- Hire teachers as if your professional life depends on it: it does -- "He stole my snow": moral dimensions of leadership on the playground -- "Who'd you get?": the yearly ritual of classroom placement -- Administrative aloneness: the darker side of the principalship -- Imagine not being a principal: passing the baton, Elizabeth A. Hebert ; foreword by Richard H. Ackerman.
The newspaper-based political system of the nineteenth-century United States -- The printing trade in early American politics -- The two national Gazettes and the beginnings of newspaper politics -- Benjamin Franklin Bache and the price of partisanship -- The background and failure of the sedition Act -- Charles Holt's generation: from commercial printers to political professionals -- The expansion of the Republican newspaper network, 1798-1800 -- A presence in the public sphere: William Duane and the triumph of newspaper politics -- The new conventional wisdom: consolidating and expanding a newspaper-based political system -- The federalists strike back -- Improving on the Sedition Act: press freedom and political culture after 1800 -- The "tyranny of printers" in Jeffersonian Philadelphia -- Ordinary editors and everyday politics: how the system worked -- Newspaper editors and the reconstruction of party politics, Jeffrey L. Pasley.
One of the greatest physicists of the 20th century, Richard Feynman, possessed an unquenchable thirst for adventure, and leaves a literary legacy in this work in the "New York Times" bestseller, which he prepared as he struggled with cancer, Richard P. Feynman as told to Ralph Leighton.
[editors, Gregory Bock and Jamie A. Goode]., "Symposium on 'In silico' simulation of biological processes, held at the Novartis Foundation, London, 27-29 November 2001"--Contents p., Includes bibliographical references and index.
"European Union (EU) macro-regional strategies, such as the ones composed for the Adriatic Ionian, Alpine, Baltic Sea and Danube regions, aim to improve transnational cooperation and coordination in a 'territorially defined' setting. These strategies propose an integrated framework for cooperation involving a wide range of EU member states, regional organisations, sub-national authorities, civil society organisations as well as non-EU partner countries. The contributors question whether macro-regional strategies are helpful instruments for improving actor-policy linkages at the European, member/partner countries, and sub-national levels, and whether the objective of social, economic and territorial cohesion can be fulfilled through these strategies"--, Machine generated contents note: -- PART I: INTRODUCTION -- 1. Macro-regions, 'Macro-regionalization' and Macro-regional Strategies in the European Union (EU): Toward a New Form of European Governance?; Stefan Ganzle and Kristine Kern -- PART II: DEVELOPMENT OF EU MACRO-REGIONAL STRATEGIES -- 2. From Subregionalism to Macro-regionalism in Europe and the European Union; Martin Dangerfield -- 3. Macro-regions and the EU: The Role of Cohesion Policy; Irene McMaster and Arno van der Zwet -- PART III: THEORIZING MACRO-REGIONALIZATION AND MACRO-REGIONAL STRATEGIES IN EUROPE -- 4. Exploring EU Macro-regional Strategies through the Lens of Multilevel Governance; Simona Piattoni -- 5. Macro-regional Strategies: Agents of Europeanization and Rescaling?; Dominic Stead, Franziska Sielker and Tobias Chilla -- PART IV: GOVERNANCE ARCHITECTURE AND IMPACT OF MACRO-REGIONAL STRATEGIES IN EUROPE -- 6. The European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region; Stefan Ganzle and Kristine Kern -- 7. The European Union Strategy for the Danube Region; Attila Agh -- 8. The European Union Strategy for the Adriatic Ionian Region; Battistina Cugusi and Andrea Stocchiero -- 9. The European Union Strategy for the Alpine Region; Jorg Balsiger -- 10. North Sea Macro-region? Partnerships, Networking and Macro-regional Dimensions; Mike Danson -- 11. The Atlantic Arc: A Macro-region in the Making?; Mark Wise., edited by Stefan Gänzle, University of Agder, Norway and Kristine Kern, Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning, Germany, and University of Potsdam, Germany., Includes bibliographical references and index.
edited by Frederic Bill, Björn Bjerke, Anders W. Johannsson., Description based on print version record, Print version: ; (De)mobilizing the entrepreneurship discourse, Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, c2010 ; 9781849801454 ; (OCoLC)573323052
"In (First Person)[superscript 2], Day and Eodice offer one of the few book-length studies of co-authoring since Lunsford and Ede's volume over a decade ago. The central research here involves in-depth interviews with ten successful academic collaborators from a range of disciplines and settings. As the study develops, Day and Eodice find that their informants not only provide a window into the processes of current scholarship in writing, but also come to stand as a critique of traditional practice in English departments, Throughout the book, Day and Eodice interrupt themselves with reflections on their presuppositions about their research, and on their own processes and challenges in writing this book. (First Person)[superscript 2] is a well-centered volume that is disciplined and restrained in its research but is also layered and multivocal in presentation, and ends with some provocative conclusions."--BOOK JACKET, How we came to write this book -- Why study academic co-authors? -- Why call successful co-authoring feminine? -- Completion of caring : successful co-authoring as relationship -- What they do : how the co-authors view their collaborative writing process -- Co-authored scholarship and academia -- Learning to care, Kami Day, Michele Eodice., Online version: ; Day, Kami, 1950- ; (First person)2, Logan : Utah State University Press, c2001 ; (OCoLC)606648895