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Victimless Cruciformity: Queering Submission through a Transgressive Reading of the Lord’s Supper
In this paper, I will argue that one can affirm both Scriptural accounts of submission and a feminist ideology that resists oppression by offering a “queer” reading of Christ’s crucifixion and the events leading up to it. ...
Out of the Pew and into the Pulpit: Empowering Women Clergy to Proclaim the Gospel in the 21st Century
Since the 1950s, women have made significant strides toward gender equality in the workplace. However, they often encounter greater resistance when entering into leadership roles, both in becoming a leader in the first ...
Klinger Capstone Paper
Decision-making and Public Involvement in NEPA
How the NEPA Process Served as Valuable Planing Tool: A Case Study of the Folly Road/Camp Road Intersection Improvement Project in Charleston, SC
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) was established to make agencies think about the environmental effects that their proposed actions will have prior to making decisions. Requirements of NEPA are generally met ...
USAID Regional Environmental Advisor
An Analysis of Land Use Planner Input in Indirect and Cumulative Effects Analysis
This paper provides a discussion of a common method used to gain local planner input into indirect and cumulative effects analyses, an example of the analysis of indirect and cumulative effects to land use based on local ...
A Discussion of the Implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) within the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Division of Hydropower Licensing and a Comparison of NEPA within Their Three Licensing Procedures
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requires federal agencies to integrate environmental values into their decision making processes by considering the environmental impacts of their proposed actions and reasonable ...