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Against the Grain: A New Direction for the Old First Ward
During the past semester, a group of eleven graduate students from the University at Buffalo have been studying the Old First Ward. Looking at the nature of buildings, distinctive streetscapes, the dynamic people who live ...
Use of Conservation Easements by Local Governments
(American Bar Association, 2012)
This chapter (which is in the Greening Local Government book published by ABA Publishing and edited by Patty Salkin and Keith Hirokawa) briefly introduces conservation easements, explains how local governments can use them, ...
Neoliberal Land Conservation and Social Justice
(IUCN Academy of Environmental Law eJournal, 2012)
Private land conservation programs in North America tend to convey the greatest benefits to those who are already relatively well off in terms of land, wealth, and quality of life. For example, conservation easements — the ...
Exacted Conservation Easements: Emerging Concerns with Enforcement
(Probate & Property, 2012)
Enforceability of exacted conservation easements is uncertain. Legislators, activists, and academics did not contemplate the proliferation of exacted conservation easements when enacting, advocating for, and writing about ...
Open Data, Open Properties, Open Everything?
A general overview of open data in the field of chemistry. It particularly emphasizes open property, crystallographic, and spectral data.
William Russell: Jazz Lover, Collector, and Musicologist: An Annotated Bibliography.
(Historic New Orleans Collection, Williams Research Center., 2012-11-30)
Born Russell William Wagner in 1905, William (Bill) Russell was a violinist; an avant-garde composer deeply interested in percussion; accompanist to a touring puppet troupe; a meticulous musical-instrument repairman; a ...
Sexual Liberty and Same-Sex Marriage: An Argument from Bisexuality
(San Diego Law Review, 2012)