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Submissions from 2016

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Sequencing analytical methods for small sample dating and dye identification of textile fibers: Application to a fragment from Seip Mound Group, Ohio, Ruth Ann Armitage and Kathrun A. Jakes

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Effect of diversity on biomass across grasslands on the Mongolian Plateau: Contrasting effects between plants and soil nematodes, Dima Chen, Junhui Cheng, Pengfei Chu, Jia Mi, Shuijin Hu, Yichun Xie, Indree Tuvshintogtokh, and Yongfei Bai

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Autonomy, values, and food choice, Jill M. Dieterle

Relational solidarity and climate change in Western nations, Michael D. Doan

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Phosphorylation of Atg9 regulates movement to the phagophore assembly site and the rate of autophagosome formation, Yuchen Feng, Steven K. Backues, Misuzu Baba, and Jin-Mi Heo

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Team-based learning, faculty research, and grant writing bring significant learning experiences to an undergraduate biochemistry laboratory course, Hedeel Guy-Evans, Deborah L. Heyl, and Peggy Liggit

Internet Safety in the Classroom and at Home, Konnie Kustron and Zenia C. Bahorski

Lights, camera, action! Teaching about privacy and the law, Konnie Kustron and Zenia C. Bahorski

State and nation-building in Pakistan: Beyond Islam and security, Roger D. Long, Yunas Samad, Gurharpal Singh, and Ian Talbot

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Cytotoxicity-boosting of kiteplatin by Pt(IV) prodrugs with axial benzoate ligands, Nicola Margiotta, Salvatore Savino, Cristina Marzano, and Concetta Pacifico

“A Lion at Pendleton”: Charles Johnson’s reimagining of a moment, Toni Pressley-Sanon

The Haitian peasantry through oral and written literature: Roumain, Alexis, Endore, Carpentier and Fountain, Toni Pressley-Sanon

Zombifying a nation: Race, gender and the Haitian Loas on screen, Toni Pressley-Sanon

Submissions from 2015

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Introduction: Indigeneity and the work of settler archives, Melissa Adams-Campbell, Ashley Glassburn Falzetti, and Courtney Rivard

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Atg23 and Atg27 act at the early stages of Atg9 trafficking in S. cerevisiae, Steven K. Backues, Daniel P. Orban, Amélie Bernard, and Kushal Singh

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Rph1/KDM4 mediates nutrient-limitation signaling that leads to the transcriptional induction of autophagy, A Bernard, M Y. Jin, P Gonzalez-Rodriguez, and J Fullgrabe

The philosophical challenge from China, Brian J. Bruya

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The tacit rejection of multiculturalism in American philosophy Ph.D. programs: The case of Chinese philosophy, Brian J. Bruya

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Regional-scale patterns of soil microbes and nematodes across grasslands on the Mongolian plateau: Relationships with climate, soil, and plants, Dima Chen, Junhui Cheng, Pengfei Chu, Shuijin Hu, Yichun Xie, Indree Tuvshintogtokh, and Yongfei Bai

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Patterns and drivers of soil microbial communities along a precipitation gradient on the Mongolian Plateau, Dima Chen, Jia Mi, Pengfeir Chu, Jenhui Cheng, Lixia Zhang, Qingmin Pan, Yichun Xie, and Yongfei Bai

Food, film and gender, Margaret Crouch

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Arts-based research sharing and disability culture methods: Different ways of knowing, Elizabeth Currans, Stephanie Heit, and Petra Kuppers

Just food: Philosophy, justice and food, Jill M. Dieterle

Acting in the dark, together, Michael D. Doan

Collective inaction and epistemic friction, Michael D. Doan