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Reading Texts, Reading Traditions: African Masks and American Law

JAMES BOYD WHITE, ACTS OF HOPE: CREATING AUTHORITY IN LITERATURE, LAW, AND POLITICS 224-71 (1994). [Vol. 12:117 My labor and my leisure too, For His Civility We passed the School, where Children strove ... Boyd White* My subject in this Essay is the relation between a text or other artifact and the tradition against which it acts. I want to begin by borrowing from a book that seems to me to represent a

Talking About Religion In The Language Of The Law: Impossible But Necessary (Speech)

LANGUAGE OF THE LAW: IMPOSSIBLE BUT NECESSARY JAMES BOYD WHITE* In speaking to this conference about religion and law I am in a decidedly peculiar position, for it may be that every one of you has thought ... JAMES BOYD WHITE, JUSTICE AS TRANSLATION: AN ESSAY IN CULTURAL AND LEGAL CRITICISM 215-55 (1990). the university and on the pages of journals, including in the law-in the culture defined by the

A Conversation Between Milner Ball and James Boyd White

The editors of the Journal invited me to review James Boyd White's Acts of Hope. In response I proposed inviting Professor White to join me in a conversation about his work. First the editors and ... :// Part of the History Commons, and the Law Commons Recommended Citation - Article 5 Dialogue A Conversation Between and James Boyd White Milner Ball Milner S. Ball* & James Boyd White

The New Face of the Clean Water Act: A Critical Review of the EPA’s New TMDL Rules

CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE EPA'S NEW TMDL RULES JAMES BOYD The United States is on the brink of a new era in water quality regulation. Newly-finalized total maximum daily load (TMDL) rules are bringing to life

What's an Opinion for?

JUDICIAL OPINION WRITING James Boyd Whitet 0 0 t Hart Wright Professor of Law and Professor of English, University of Michigan , USA The question the papers in this Special Issue address is whether

Understanding the dynamics of Toll-like Receptor 5 response to flagellin and its regulation by estradiol

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Collegiality, collaboration and communication: Innovation in a first year Business Unit development. A Practice Report

This paper reports on the development of first year “core” units in the new Bachelor of Business (BBus) at Murdoch University. These units evolved from a curriculum renewal program and presented opportunities and challenges in their development. The units needed to develop not only the essential numeracy, literacy and research skills for students to transition successfully to...

Accuracy and completeness of patient pathways – the benefits of national data linkage in Australia

Background The technical challenges associated with national data linkage, and the extent of cross-border population movements, are explored as part of a pioneering research project. The project involved linking state-based hospital admission records and death registrations across Australia for a national study of hospital related deaths. Methods The project linked over 44...

The Creation of Authority in a Sermon by St. Augustine

- 2010] THE CREATION OF AUTHORITY IN A SERMON BY ST. AUGUSTINE JAMES BoYD WHITE* M Y way of honoring Joe today will not be to describe or extol his achievements directly but to try to show something of ... , or constitute a form of life. They cannot have the true authority that arises only from a shared and authentic relation between persons. They are authoritarian. * @James Boyd White 2010. 1. JOSEPH

Early Increase in Blood Glucose in Patients Resuscitated From Out-of-Hospital Ventricular Fibrillation Predicts Poor Outcome

OBJECTIVE To describe the trend of blood glucose immediately after successful resuscitation from out-of-hospital ventricular fibrillation.

Association of ozone and particulate air pollution with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Helsinki, Finland: Evidence for two different etiologies

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Interview with James Boyd White

The occasion of the following interview was the Montesquieu Lecture at the University of Tilburg, which Professor James Boyd White delivered in February 2006. In the lecture, entitled "When Language

Warfarin and fibrinolysis - a challenging combination: an observational cohort study

Background Patients presenting with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) frequently use warfarin. Fibrinolytic agents and warfarin both increase bleeding risk, but only a few studies have been published concerning the bleeding risk of warfarin-prescribed patients receiving fibrinolysis. The objective of this study was to define the prevalence for intracranial...

Sexuality: Confronting Religion's Taboo

Sexuality has become ubiquitous in mainstream media and culture. Despite this, or maybe because of it, sexuality remains a topic on which religion passes judgment. Because of this, many people find a tension growing in their lives when they attempt to enjoy their sexuality and remain a part of their faith community. This tension is inspiring scholarship and reflection that is...

Why I Write

W hy I Write James Boyd White 0 0 Thi s Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Law School Journals at Washington & Lee University School of Law Scholarly Commons. It has been ... accepted for inclusion in Washington and Lee Law Review by an authorized administrator of Washington & Lee University School of Law Scholarly Commons. For more information , please contact , USA James Boyd

Constructing a Constitution: "Original Intention

By James Boyd White, Published on 01/01/87 ... INTENTION" IN THE SLAVE CASES* JAMES BOYD WHITE** The question how our Constitution is to be interpreted is a living one for us today, both in the scholarly and in the political domains. Professors argue