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Delcore, Henry D.
Delcore, H.  (2007). New Reflections on Old Questions in the Anthropology of Gender.  Reviews in Anthropology. 36(2), 109-130.
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Delcore, H.  (2007). The racial distribution of privilege in a Thai national park.  Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 38(1), 83-105.
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Delcore, H.  (2007). Book Review of Spirited politics: Religion and public life in contemporary Southeast Asia.  Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 38(1), 171-174.
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Delcore, H.  (2007). Song and silence: Ethnic revival on China's southwest borders.  Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 38(1), 166-168.
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Delcore, H.  (2007). Engineering for people and markets in California’s Central Valley. Presented at Illinois Institute of Technology, Interprofessional Projects Program Conference, Chicago, IL.
Mullooly, James J.
Mullooly, J.  (2007). Regrading the eighth grade: disciplining those who discipline in a jesuit middle school of the american midwest.  Teachers College Record. 109(7), 1747-1774.
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Mullooly, J.  (2007). Regrading the Eighth Grade: Disciplining Those Who Discipline in a Jesuit Middle School of the American Midwest.  Teachers College Record. 109(7), 1747-1774.
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Ng, Franklin C.
Ng, F.  (2007). Plague and Fire: Battling Black Death and the 1900 Burning of Honolulu's Chinatown.  American Historical Review. 112(2), 486.
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Ng, F.  (2007). Chinese in the West and China's Economic Ascendancy.  Jefferson Exchange. Ashland, Oregon: Jefferson Public Radio.
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Ng, F.  (2007). Teaching Mikadoism: The Attack on Japanese Language Schools in Hawaii, California, and Washington.  Journal of American History. 93(4).
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Ng, F.  (2007). The Rise of China as a World Power.  The Big Read: The Rise of China as a World Power: Channel 14. Comcast .
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Ng, F.  (2007). Review: Chinese American Voices: From the Gold Rush to the Present by Judy Yung; Gordon H. Chang; Him Mark Lai.  Journal of American Ethnic History. 26(3), 111-113.
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