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Visual Narrations in Public Space: Codifying Memorials in Cyprus

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On the Emergence of a Western Islamic Public Sphere

The paper explores the politics of some recent debates and controversies in the academia around the presence of Islam in the Western public spheres.

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Art as a Connection to the Divine in Women’s Lives: Cultural Wellbeing through Creative Process

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A Brief Analysis of the Meditation on Death in Sufism: With Reference to Al-Ghazālī and Rūmī

The author proposes that the notion of death or dying in Ghazālī and Rūmī works Mathnawi offers a unique understanding of Islamic Spirituality.

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The Reconsideration of the Role of the Press as an Alternative Medium in the Digital Era: Three Cases from the Czech Republic

This paper presents the reasons why in case of three Czech alternative local media the printed form of communication is preferred to the advantages of the Internet.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Mindfulness in Higher Education: Teaching, Learning, and Leadership

This work draws upon the Christian inspired Matthew Effect in applying an alternative framework for viewing post-secondary inequality in the United States.

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Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into the Bachelor of Education (Pre-service) Primary

Plenary presentation at 2013 Diversity Conference

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Racialized Teachers and the Role-Model Hypothesis

Racialized teachers discuss their perspectives on the Role-Model Hypothesis, which is the dominant discourse that endorses the diversification of the teaching force as a way of addressing changing student populations.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Neoliberalism: The Corruption of Human Nature

This paper engages human evolutionary theory to expose attributes of human nature that might be relevant to ideology, social theory, and governance.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Economic Inequality and Inter-group Relations: Analyses Based on the Minorities at Risk Dataset

Empirical support is presented on behalf of the hypothesis that inter-group (horizontal) economic inequality contributes to the emergence of hostility and increases the possibility of violent conflict among communal groups.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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