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Scott1956-edtlccn-n79142958Marty, Martin E.1928-edtlccn-n79071166Moynihan, Daniel P.(Daniel Patrick)1927-2003edtlccn-nr2003031611American Academy of Arts and SciencesLibrarylccn-n78092885Oleson, Alexandra1939-edtnp-zelleke, andyZelleke, Andylccn-n88046850Berlowitz, Leslielccn-n50042412Lorsch, Jay Williamlccn-n82060278Legvold, Robertedtlccn-n80090453Schelling, Corinne SapossedtAmerican Academy of Arts and SciencesPeriodicalsConference proceedingsComparative studiesHistoryDirectoriesUnited StatesReligious fundamentalismScienceSocial sciencesHumanitiesAmerican Academy of Arts and SciencesReligion and sociologyPoorPovertyCorporate governanceSocial responsibility of businessEconomic assistance, DomesticDeveloping countriesEducation--FinanceEducational equalizationReligionLearned institutions and societiesSocial historySocial indicatorsUkraineEconomic policyBelarusInternational relationsNational security--Economic aspectsReligion and politicsEmigration and immigrationMigration, InternalUniversities and collegesEducation, HigherReligionsBiotechnologyGenetic engineeringScience--Societies, etcPhilosophyFuel--TestingMassachusetts--BostonFundamentalismNatural historyTalcFundamentalist churchesAmerican Academy of Arts and Sciences.--LibraryBotanyMedicinePhysical sciencesSolar eclipsesAstronomyMathematicsFranklin, Benjamin,Library catalogsLight17801784178517861789179117931794180018021804180718091828183818461861186718711873187618881895190219051912194019411949195019541955195619581959196119631964196619671968196919701971197219741975197619771978197919801981198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201038805249836291.0904 SBL238ocn493822056ocn468818573ocn468818581ocn493659949ocn493347231ocn464151866ocn468494379ocn459564577ocn465353927ocn460589125ocn185429867ocn186327243ocn185429891ocn185429882ocn797525581ocn799734927ocn799550649ocn466565277296599ocn001565785serial0.39Daedalus : proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and SciencesPeriodicals15843ocn000014853book19690.50Moynihan, Daniel POn understanding poverty; perspectives from the social sciences15466ocn062873364file20050.50Restoring trust in American business"This book examines the failure of "gatekeepers" - corporate directors, regulators, auditors, lawyers, investment bankers, and business journalists - to stand between corporate misconduct and the public interest. Prominent scholars and corporate leaders argue that market pressures have made gatekeepers too focused on financial self-interest at the expense of the public good. Stronger professional standards are prescribed."--BOOK JACKET+-+839597717513947ocn022861154book19910.47Marty, Martin EFundamentalisms observedComparative studiesThe Fundamentalism Project vol. 1+-+332350177532412063ocn000017394book19690.50On fighting poverty : perspectives from experience11036ocn614488254file20060.53Educating all children a global agenda+-+9218857175100229ocn048498502file0.70American Academy of Arts and SciencesMemoirs of the American Academy of Arts and SciencesPeriodicalsVol. 11, pt. 1, "Centennial volume," includes full list of offices and members of the academy, 1780-18819874ocn000258693book19660.47McLoughlin, William GeraldReligion in America9677ocn000165838book19660.59Bauer, Raymond AugustineSocial indicators8976ocn057141772file20040.47Swords and sustenance the economics of security in Belarus and UkraineConference proceedings+-+79177671758937ocn029029231book19910.56American Academy of Arts and SciencesAccounting for fundamentalisms : the dynamic character of movementsThis fourth volume of the Fundamentalism Project provides a comprehensive analysis of the ideologies and behaviors of "fundamentalist" movements, both in their internal dynamics and in their attitudes toward the outside world. Surveying fundamentalist movements in Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Buddhism, the distinguished contributors to this volume describe the organization of these movements, their leadership and recruiting techniques, and the ways in which their ideological programs and organizational structures shift over time in response to changing political and social environments. Accounting for Fundamentalisms features treatments of fundamentalist movements that are in today's headlines, including the Islamic Group, members of which were charged with plotting to blow up the World Trade Center; the World Hindu Party, members of which sparked riots in India by destroying an Islamic shrine; and the revitalized Christian Right in the United States. Why do certain fundamentalist movements act aggressively toward outsiders, while others are integrationist or accommodationist, and still others passive or separatist? Drawing upon world-renowned experts in four major areas of the world with an introduction by the editors and a framing conclusion, this book is the first concerted effort to understand the dynamics of fundamentalist movements around the world. The Fundamentalism Project is a monumental undertaking by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences involving an international group of scholars. Taken together, the volumes in this series will become a standard reference for educators and policy analysts for years to come+-+10335017753248927ocn001958213book19760.59The pursuit of knowledge in the early American Republic : American scientific and learned societies from colonial times to the Civil WarHistoryConference proceedings8904ocn003543048book19780.56Human migration : patterns and policiesConference proceedings8894ocn011785262book19840.35The Thought of Paul Tillich8887ocn025747670book19930.53Marty, Martin EFundamentalisms and the state : remaking polities, economies, and militanceThis third volume of the Fundamentalism Project provides a systematic overview of the advances made by antisecular religious movements over the past twenty-five years. The distinguished contributors to this volume - economists, political scientists, religious historians, social anthropologists, and sociologists - focus on the impact these movements have had on national economies, political parties, constitutional issues, and international relations on five continents and within the religious traditions of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Sikhism. Do fundamentalisms tend toward political activism, and how successful have they been in remaking political structures? To answer this question and others, the contributors discuss the anti-abortion movement in the U.S., the Islamic war of resistance in Afghanistan, and Shiite jurisprudence in Iran. Martin E. Marty and R. Scott Appleby conclude the volume with a synthetic statement of fundamentalist impact on polities, economies, and state security. The Fundamentalism Project is a monumental undertaking by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences that involves an international group of scholars. Taken together, the volumes in this series will become a standard reference for educators and policy analysts for years to come+-+78335017753248524ocn025748133book19930.56American Academy of Arts and SciencesFundamentalisms and society : reclaiming the sciences, the family, and educationThis book, the second volume of the Fundamentalism Project, provides a systematic overview of the advances made by antisecular religious movements over the past twenty-five years and shows the impact these movements have had on human relations, education, women's rights, and scientific research. The essays consider developments within the religious traditions of Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, and Hinduism in over a dozen nations. What do individual fundamentalist movements regard as the foundations for and limits of knowledge? What do they understand the proper role of science to be? And how do their world views determine the application of technology? The distinguished contributors to this volume - anthropologists, historians of religion, historians of science, and sociologists - address these and other questions through a discussion of topics such as educational structures of Hindu revivalism, women in fundamentalist Iran and Pakistan, and the creationist cosmos of Protestant fundamentalism. In a concluding essay, William H. McNeill situates contemporary fundamentalisms within a world historical context. The Fundamentalism Project is a monumental undertaking by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences that involves an international group of scholars. Taken together, the volumes in this series will become a standard reference for educators and policy analysts for years to come+-+65335017753248508ocn000175589book19640.56Morison, Robert SThe contemporary university: U.S.A84529ocn001479254serial0.66American Academy of Arts and SciencesProceedings of the American Academy of Arts and SciencesPeriodicals8333ocn031740521book19950.56American Academy of Arts and SciencesFundamentalisms comprehended"This volume marks the culmination of the Fundamentalism Project, the landmark series that brings together scholars from around the world to explore the nature and impact of fundamentalist movements in the twentieth century. The four previous volumes provide the most comprehensive information available on the social, political, cultural, and religious contexts of fundamentalism in the major religious traditions." "In this fifth volume, the distinguished contributors return to and test the project's beginning premise: that fundamentalisms in all faiths share certain "family resemblances." Several of the essays reconsider the project's original definition of fundamentalism as a reactive, absolutist, and comprehensive mode of anti-secular religious activism. Some contributors challenge the idea that fundamentalism is a distinctively modern phenomenon, while others question whether the term "fundamentalist" can accurately be applied to movements outside Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Several of the essays also employ new approaches, drawn from literary criticism and from psychology, in their assessments of the problems of comparing fundamentalisms."--Jacket+-+52335017753248146ocn023287822book19910.56The Genetic revolution : scientific prospects and public perceptions5456ocn085848912file0.66American Academy of Arts and SciencesRecords of the AcademyPeriodicals4824ocn123208453file0.66American Academy of Arts and SciencesBulletinPeriodicals2027ocn065277618file18280.88Bull, Marcus GrahamA defence of the experiments to determine the comparative value of the principal varieties of fuel used in the United States, and also in Europe containing a correspondence with a committee of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences : their report, and remarks thereon : and animadversions on the manner in which the trust confided to the Academy by Count Rumford has been managed1173ocn001867612book19560.88The New-England Courant; a selection of certain issues containing writings of Benjamin Franklin or published by him during his brother's imprisonment996ocn062813573file17800.86MassachusettsAn act to incorporate and establish a society for the cultivation and promotion of arts and sciences523ocn013737691book19590.84American Academy of Arts and SciencesThe American Academy of Arts and Sciences393ocn001699985book17800.81Bowdoin, JamesA philosophical discourse addressed to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, in the presence of a respectable audience, assembled at the meeting-house in Brattle-Street, in Boston, on the eighth of November M, DCC, LXXX, after the inauguration of the president into office.342ocn028117692book19400.96American Academy of Arts and SciencesThe American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1780-1940311ocn070224250book20060.97American Academy of Arts and SciencesBook of Members : 1780-2005HistoryDirectories252ocn318914647book18020.95American Academy of Arts and SciencesCatalogue of books, in the Library of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Boston, 1802Bibliography CatalogsCatalogsRegisters201ocn058801949serial0.93American Academy of Arts and SciencesAnnual reportPeriodicals161ocn799817849file17850.79Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences to the end of the year M, DCC, LXXXIII. Volume IPeriodicals81ocn030551552book17860.86Bowdoin, JamesA philosophical discourse, addressed to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences to which are added three memoirs on philosophical subjects. : The whole extracted from the first volume of the Memoirs of the Academy, lately published.32ocn300483692serial0.47American Academy of Arts and SciencesProceedingsPeriodicalsConference proceedingsThis file affords the selected records, meetings, and papers presented to the Academy. Published in Cambridge for two decades, it became the chief vehicle for the contributions of the Chemical, Physical, and Botanical Departments of Harvard University, occupying many pages. Occasionally, Harvard's Medical Department supplied material. Asa Gray, Samuel Scudder, John Trowbridge, Frederic Charles Moulton, Henry Taber, and Charles F. Mabery were found in the extensive list of well-known contributors. Cf. 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