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    • Bibliophily In the USA 

      Gerulaitis, Leonardas V. (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      The state of bibliophily in the United States, starting with its colonial beginnings and tracing it to the present day.
    • Contributors 

      (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      Oakland Journal Issue 5 contributors list
    • The Corporate Model at Oakland University 

      Mathieson, Kieran D. (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      A description of the corporate model, and some observations on its application at OU.
    • Genetic Algorithms 

      Zohdy, Mohamed A. (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      Genetic algorithms and their recent variants that add more features such as viability (survival) and fertility (reproduction), are powerful global random search computational tools with a variety of potential applications ...
    • The Historical Jewish Ghettos of Venice 

      Cardillo, Duncan (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      The purpose of this paper is to examine the Jewish Ghetto within the Venetian urban context, to detail its sociological and economic aspects, and, in so doing, establish the historical and cultural significance of its built ...
    • Making The ‘Invisible Hand’ Visible: The Case for Dialogue About Academic Capitalism 

      Awbrey, Susan M. (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      The erosion of public funding that has led to academic capitalism implies a shift not merely in funding sources but also in the deeper values that underlie education’s role in society. This is ground for very serious ...
    • Notes from the Dismal Science: Growing and Shrinking University Budgets: Go Ask Alice 

      Folland, Sherman T. (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      A university or any organization makes most sense when it grows and contracts disproportionately but symmetrically.
    • Semon, Schrödinger, and Repressed Memory 

      Liboff, Abraham R. (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      The subject of hereditary imprinting is very interesting. Although we all agree that human behavior is shaped both by genes and by environment, the fractional contribution of each can be a matter of some contention. What ...
    • The Sidewinder (the devil & a blue note) 

      Malouf, Jesse (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      Short story
    • Student Autonomy as a University Objective 

      Bricker, David C. (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      The tension between the two values of cultural membership and autonomy and the implications of the tension for academics.
    • A Success This Week: Virgil Thomson In Time 

      Murphy, Brian (Oakland University, 2002-10-01)
      A week Virgil Thomson spent in residence at Oakland University in June of 1988.