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    • Interview with Ravji Kathagara (Meghal River Basin Oral History Project) 

      Kathagara, Ravji; Mouche, Alexandra (2012-03-26)
      The Meghal River Basin Oral History Project encompasses a series of 18 individual narratives of the farmers living in the Meghal River Basin region of Saurashtra, Gujarat, India. These interviews have been recorded and ...
    • Interview with Ronald Suny--December 26, 2014 

      Suny, Ronald (2015-01-10)
      Interview with Ronald Suny, the Charles Tilly Collegiate Professor of Social and Political History at the University of Michigan and also Emeritus Professor of Political Science and History at the University of Chicago. ...
    • Interview with Shabadin Dobariya (Meghal River Basin Oral History Project) 

      Dobariya, Shabadin; Mouche, Alexandra (2012-03-22)
      The Meghal River Basin Oral History Project encompasses a series of 18 individual narratives of the farmers living in the Meghal River Basin region of Saurashtra, Gujarat, India. These interviews have been recorded and ...
    • Interview with Siraj Jivan (Meghal River Basin Oral History Project) 

      Jivan, Siraj; Mouche, Alexandra (2012-03-22)
      The Meghal River Basin Oral History Project encompasses a series of 18 individual narratives of the farmers living in the Meghal River Basin region of Saurashtra, Gujarat, India. These interviews have been recorded and ...
    • Interview with Sonik Dhundhiya (Meghal River Basin Oral History Project) 

      Dhundhiya, Sonik; Mouche, Alexandra (2012-03-24)
      The Meghal River Basin Oral History Project encompasses a series of 18 individual narratives of the farmers living in the Meghal River Basin region of Saurashtra, Gujarat, India. These interviews have been recorded and ...
    • Interview with Steven A. Barnes, October 19, 2010 

      Barnes, Steven A. (2011-01-09)
      Interview with Steven A. Barnes, Associate Professor of History at George Mason University. Interview conducted in Ithaca, NY on October 19, 2010. Professor Barnes is the author of the book Death and Redemption: The Gulag ...
    • An Interview with Student Book Collection Contest Winner and Writer Ron Moore 

      Philipp, Chris; Colt-Demaree, Jennifer (2008-03-13)
      In 1986, Ronald D. Moore received an honorable mention for his entry on Star Trek literature in Cornell University Library?s student book collection contest. Today, he is the mastermind behind the hit TV show "Battlestar ...
    • Interview with Susan Ferber--June 3, 2014 

      Ferber, Susan (2014-06-03)
      Susan Ferber is the executive editor for American and world history at Oxford University Press (USA). Among her editorial procurements are books that have won the Pulitzer Prize and the Bancroft Prize, and five have become ...
    • Interview with Taner Akcam, November 8, 2010 

      Akcam, Taner (2011-01-09)
      Interview with Taner Akcam, Associate Professor of History at Clark University's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Interview conducted in Ithaca, NY on November 8, 2010. Professor Akcam is the author of A Shameful ...
    • Interview with Vakmet Jasu Darbar (Meghal River Basin Oral History Project) 

      Darbar, Vakmet Jasu; Mouche, Alexandra (2012-03-22)
      The Meghal River Basin Oral History Project encompasses a series of 18 individual narratives of the farmers living in the Meghal River Basin region of Saurashtra, Gujarat, India. These interviews have been recorded and ...
    • Interview with Valerie Bunce--February 22, 2013 

      Bunce, Valerie (2013-07-07)
      Interview with Valerie Bunce, the Aaron Binenkorb Professor of International Studies and Professor of Government at Cornell University. Interview conducted in Ithaca, NY on February 22, 2013. Bunce's work is mainly in ...
    • Interview with Vangelis Kechriotis, June 22, 2011 

      Kechriotis, Vangelis (2012-12-23)
      Interview with Vangelis Kechriotis of the History faculty at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey. Interview conducted in Istanbul, Turkey on June 22, 2011. Kechriotis specializes in late Ottoman history, Christian and ...
    • Interview with Vladimir Solonari, November 4, 2008 

      Solonari, Vladimir (2008-11-05)
      Interview with Vladimir Solonari, historian at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, and former member of parliament in the Republic of Moldova (1990-2001), and member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of ...
    • Interview with Wayles Browne 

      Browne, Wayles (2013-07-06)
      Interview with Wayles Browne, professor of linguistics at Cornell University. Interview conducted in Ithaca, NY on February 8, 2013. Browne is a Slavic linguist specializing in Serbo-Croatian (or BCS - Bosnian, Croatian, ...
    • Interview with William (Ronnie) Coffman about the International Programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences 

      Oyer, Edwin B.; Coffman, William R. (Internet-First University Press, 2013-06-21)
      In this interview, Professor Ronnie Coffman, Director of International Programs in Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, reviews the activities scheduled in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the International ...
    • Interviews for Woman Veterinarians 

      Smith, Donald F. (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2015-07-30)
      Sixty years ago, awkward interview questions still lead to acceptance of women candidates for veterinary college. Interviews with Dr. Carolyn F. Comans, Dr. Patricia Thomson Herr, and Dr. Linda Reeve Peddie provide insights ...
    • THE INTESTINAL-CELL MONOLAYER OF THE DOG (CANIS FAMILIARIS) AND MALPIGHIAN TUBULES OF AEDES AEGYPTI: POWERFUL IN VITRO MODELS FOR STUDYING EPITHELIAL TRANSPORT 

      Weng, Xinghe (2007-05-04)
      Homeostasis of the internal environment of vertebrates and invertebrates is maintained by a collection of organs involving the gastrointestinal system, the renal system and the pulmonary system, whose surfaces facing the ...
    • Intimate Contests: Manhood, Friendship, And The Coming Of The Civil War 

      Balcerski, Thomas (2014-08-18)
      The study of antebellum American political development has not traditionally been associated with the study of intimate male friendship. Yet, male political actors in the decades before the Civil War should be regarded as ...
    • INTO THE FRAY: SHIFTING FACTORS AFFECTING THE DIFFUSION OF COMMERCIALIZED SCIENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION 

      Patterson, Kelly (2007-01-05)
      Universities have resisted commercializing technology for the greater part of this past century. Until recently, only a small number of universities transferred their technology to the public, but now commercialized science ...
    • Intra-abdominal abscess causing jejunal obstruction in a mare 

      Hutten, Erica (2002-12-11)
      A 12-year-old Standardbred mare was evaluated for colic. An intra-abdominal mass causing jejunal obstruction was found during emergency exploratory celiotomy. Following surgical removal of the mass, the mare made a full ...