Jared Poley

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Les Halles, Paris's historic marketplace, was once called " the belly of Paris " by Emile Zola. Les Halles was a Parisian institution. The destruction of the marketplace in 1971, especially the famed Baltard pavilions, set off a firestorm of debate and public dissent not seen on an urban issue in nearly a century. Within the debate over Les Halles existed a(More)
  • Molly Youngkin, Katerina Zacharia, Lucy Wilson, Amy Woodson-Boulton, David Warren Sabean, Ed Jason Coy +19 others
  • 2015
This booklet lists only those publications (books, articles and reviews) and public performances of creative works that appeared in calendar year 2014, as submitted electronically by faculty members to the Dean's Office. Conference presentations, works accepted for publication, and works in press are not included here. Please join us in honoring and(More)
This thesis seeks to understand the causal factors of deindustrialization in the steel industry during the late twentieth century and uses the former Atlantic Steel Company mill in Atlanta, Georgia as a case study. Using company records and secondary sources from a variety of social science disciplines, I explore the roles of neoliberalism, government(More)
  • Kevin W Hudson, Mohammed Hassen, Ali, Jared Poley, Hassen Mohammed, Jared Ali +1 other
  • 2015
Apart from a sense of racial superiority, which was certainly not unique to white Cape colonists, what is clear is that at the turn of the nineteenth century, Afrikaners were a disparate group. Economically, geographically, educationally, and religiously they were by no means united. Hierarchies existed throughout all cross sections of society. There was(More)
  • Lauren W Nass, West German, Lauren Nass, Jared Poley
  • 2015
During the 1960s, decolonization and the Cold War pushed many West Germans to concern themselves with aiding Africans. This aid came in the form of federally funded development aid or Entwicklungshilfe, student activism, and the continuation of missionary work. Utilizing print media, scholarly sources, as well as reports from missionaries and other aid(More)
  • David Humphries, Bertrand Russell, George Bernard Shaw, W E B Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, Jane +6 others
  • 2015
This paper explores how changing conceptions of religion, race, and gender at the beginning of the twentieth century promoted transnational anti-systemic movements and increased cooperation between progressive intellectuals and political activists. Using the cases of Addams, and Sylvia Pankhurst, this paper chronicles and analyzes protest to the First World(More)
Richard Holmes produces in this engaging book a vivid description of the Wild West nature of scientific knowledge at the end of the eighteenth century and the beginning of the nineteenth century, a period usefully described by Holmes as a time of " romantic science. " While romanticism is familiar to students of literature and art history, it is less well(More)
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