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Networks and stems in the Buffalo-Niagara region
Statement of issue/problem . Large suburban territories have become almost impossible to describe with traditional architectural means. The existing hierarchy of communities, towns, districts, open space and agricultural ...
A documentation of Bronze Age ritual vessels from the Shang Dynasty of China within the collection of the Buffalo Museum of Science, Buffalo, New York
The purpose of this thesis is to catalog the collection of Shang Dynasty bronze ritual vessels within the collection of the Buffalo Museum of Science. Consisting of a li-ding, a gu, a jue, and a hu, each vessel is treated ...
It runs in the family: A biocultural analysis of intergenerational obesity among low-income families in Buffalo, NY
Minority and disadvantaged populations experience higher morbidity and mortality from diseases associated with poor nutrition and obesity, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoarthritis, and cancer. The most ...
John Cage at June in Buffalo, 1975
John Cage (1912-1992), a composer, poet, and painter, is perhaps best known for his use of chance procedures in composition and his silent piece 4'32". His role in the development of chance composition lead many people to ...
The shape of disaster and the universe of relief: A social history of disaster relief and the "Hurricane of '38," Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, 1938--1941
This study presents a social history of disaster relief in the wake of the "Hurricane of '38" on Long Island, New York. Disaster is the epitome of disorder where social and ecological systems are set in motion and thrown ...