(Re)storying Pain in Educational Spaces: Familial Storytelling, Connections & Reflections Toward Interdependent Care
A Case for Culturally Relevant Education in Rural Schools
A Panacea or a Problem? Electronic Health Records and the Complicated Politics of Its Stakeholder Network
A School of Vice: Child Actresses, Gender, the Body, and Commodity in 19th Century Anglo-American Theater.
Ad Astra Per Magistras: The Need for Critical Pedagogy in Secondary Latin Textbooks and Classrooms
Amare et Sapere: Bodymind in Contemporary Neurofeminism
An Evaluation of the Scope of Challenges Associated with Addressing the Inequitable Access to Menstrual Products in Post-Colonial Rural India
Are Playlists and Algorithms Reliable Curators?: Digitalization, Archivism, and Curation in Music Streaming Services
Articulating Partial Connection: Prefiguring Alternative Futures in the Anthropocene
Benthic foraminifera assemblage responses to sewage outflow in the Hudson River Estuary at Piedmont, NY
Blessings or Band-Aids? Two Charter School Proposals for Poughkeepsie, NY
Boys Don’t Cry: An Investigation into the Suicide Crisis Affecting Young Black Males in the United States
Collecting Daily Life in Antiquity: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Antiquities Collection at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
Continuities and Changes of Kagyu Tibetan Buddhist Monasteries in the Hudson Valley
Crisis, Desire, and “Reality Shifting”: How Young Women Imagine Self and Intimacy in Neoliberal Risk Society
Cultivating Freedom: Reimagining Individualism and Community through the Landmark Forum
Designing for the Latino Population in Poughkeepsie, New York: Community Centers and Affordable Housing
Does Speculation Make Commodity Spot Markets More Volatile?
This paper examines how increased speculator participation in the commodity
futures market affects spot price volatility. Consistent with results from the
majority of existing literature on this subject, I find no evidence that speculators
destabilize the commodity spot market. More...