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Life in a Golden Age: The Status of Women in China’s Tang Dynasty
The study of history offers a wealth of information and a plethora of topics, but in many historical considerations, women are left out. This is true of many studies of history, including that of China. Though thoughts of ...
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder Medication Abuse at Washington State University
Since the early 1990s, amphetamine salts have been used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Rising numbers of diagnoses and prescriptions have been correlated with increasing rates of abuse in people ...
Tell Us Another: Variations in the Arabian Nights Frame Story
The tale of Scheherezade and the sultan, the frame story of the Arabian Nights, surrounds the entire group of stories. Though written evidence of Scheherezade’s story dates back to the 9th century, translators in Europe ...
Modeling and analyzing the 2014 mumps outbreak in Moscow, Idaho, using the SIR model
Mumps virus is a contagious disease that causes intense swelling in the parotid and various other glands. The mumps virus is transmitted through both direct and indirect contacts and can result in infertility and hospitalization ...
Finding Lives of Independence: The Tattooed Lady and the Nineteenth-Century American Traveling Circus
This paper examines the societal factors that made it possible for tattooed ladies to achieve success, self-sufficiency, and independence at a time when most women were expected only to be homemakers and mothers. To truly ...