"It is only when human rights and humanitarian law operate in conjunction, for the benefit of those whose rights are perhaps most vulnerable, that territorial occupation can be brought under the auspices of international law."

-- Tina Dudley, Abby Becker, and Renée Gulino

Jeff McLeod, Is Ball Milling An Innovative Technique For the Production of Zn From ZnO?

Tina Dudley, Abby Becker, and Renée Gulino, The Future of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in the International Law of Occupation: The Co-Application of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law

Tabitha Amendolara, Soil Microorganisms and Global Climate Change

Passley Hargrove, Prions: The Protein of Your Nightmares

Lisa Charron and Megan Simon, Resonance and Readability: An Examination of Personal Style and Voice at Goucher College

Sarah Ropp, How to Live With a Host Family and How to Survive in the Jungle: A Bilingual Glossary and Guide

David E. Ford, Jr., Ambivalent Freedom in Byron's Mazeppa

Yan Zhuang, Saving Face: An Analysis of Chinese Nationalism

Morgan Skordian, Line Drawing

Chris George, Ethnic Cleansing and Stalinism: The Holodomor and Deportation Policies as Attempts to Russify the Soviet Union

Debra Bellamy, Rugged Arms and Rosy Cheeks: The Working Women of World War II

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