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LinkedIn Features The Good Project

In September 2014, author and psychologist Daniel Goleman, who wrote the book Emotional Intelligence, published an article on LinkedIn entitled “Starting a New Career? Consider Good Work.” 92 more words

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Guest Post: Seneca Village Memory: The Problem of Forgetting

Today’s guest post comes from Alexander Manevitz (@historicities), a Ph.D. candidate in History at New York University.

When I started my doctoral program, “memory studies” struck me as more of a trend than a field. 1,535 more words

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graduatehistory reblogged this on Graduate Student Blog and commented:

This summer, Alexander Manevitz published a guest post titled 'Seneca Village Memory: The Problem of Forgetting' on The Junto: A Group Blog on Early American History. Well done Alex!

Angelic Warfare Confraternity at Wyoming Catholic College

Fr. Chris Saliga, O.P., a friar from the Province of St. Joseph currently serving in Lander, WY, reports that on 20-21 November 2014, Wyoming Catholic College was significantly blessed by the presence and powerful preaching of Fr. 380 more words

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Advent Evening of Reflection at St. Joseph’s Church in Greenwich Village

Please join the Dominican friars for evening prayer and an advent reflection at St. Joseph’s Church in Greenwich Village on Thursday, December 11, at 7:00pm. Fr. 185 more words

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Dominicans and the Third Annual Magnificat Day

Fr. Peter John Cameron, OP was a keynote speaker at the third annual Magnificat Day, this year held on All Saints’ Day in Memphis, TN. The event was sponsored by  250 more words

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When Your Parents Don’t Support Your Vocation

A religious vocation given to a son or daughter can be perceived as a great blessing to a family. It can also be perceived as a threat. 794 more words

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Featured News - When Racism Was a Science

The Eugenic Record Office, located in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, United States, represented a center of the U.S. eugenics movement and research related to heredity. 169 more words