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    • A rabbi's impressions of the Oberammergau passion play; 

      Krauskopf, Joseph, 1858-1923 (E. Stern & co., inc.,, 1901.)
    • Rabbin, Toby 

      Seize the Days, Inc. (2014-03-10)
      Toby had cancer three times. Breast cancer three times. At first she rejected invasive treatment. Then she had a change of heart as a result of being a director of bereavement at a hospice.
    • Rabbis, Rabbas, and Maharats: Aspiration, Innovation, and Orthodoxy in American Women's Talmud Programs 

      Block, Caroline M; 0000-0001-7097-604X (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2017-10-25)
      Based on several years of fieldwork in Orthodox Jewish Women’s Talmud programs in New York City, and the organizations that support them, this dissertation focuses on both the embattled process of religious legal education ...
    • Rabe, Carl 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Rabillon, Leonce 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Race and Class in Colonial Mexico: An Overview of the Literature 

      Gilles, Kristin (2009-12-03)
      My paper evaluates historiography in colonial Mexican history, focusing on the specific contributions scholars have made in the discussion of the role of race and class within colonial Mexican society. Looking at identity ...
    • Race and Romantic Visions: A Tragic Reading 

      Culver, Adam (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2015-05-08)
      My dissertation explores a set of creative intersections between romanticism, black political thought, and Nietzschean philosophy. In so doing it asks two overarching questions. First, how do different ethical theories, ...
    • Rachel Polka. 

      George R. Cromwell (composer) (G.B. Demarest & Co., 409 Broadway, 1855)
    • Rachel Rubenstein's Rag. 

      Sam Lewis (lyricist); Geo. W. Meyer (composer) (Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., 1367 Broadway, 1912)
    • Racial and Ethnic Differences in Awareness of Genetic Testing in the U.S. Population: A Secondary Data Analysis Using the Health Information National Trends Surveys 

      Li, Yingyue (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2019-03-20)
      Members of ethnic and racial minority communities report lower awareness of genetic tests than others (Pagan et al, 2009). Previous studies have examined predictors of testing awareness in cross sectional studies reflecting ...

      Kernodle, Amber Bradlyn; 0000-0002-6459-5280 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2021-05-17)
      Solid organ transplantation, a curative healthcare intervention for patients with end-stage disease of the liver or kidney, precipitates fervent discourse around supply, from who are deceased donor organs recovered, and ...

      Petrak, Gina A. (Johns Hopkins University, 2008-05-21)
      This study examined messages regarding mammography in mass circulation African- American and European-American women’s magazines. There were significant differences in the content of African-American and European-American ...
    • Racial Disparities in Blood Pressure Control and Implications of Hypertension Guidelines 

      Foti, Kathryn; 0000-0002-6380-2735 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2020-04-20)
      This dissertation examines key issues for improving hypertension management and the implications of recent guidelines for cardiovascular health and disparities. We used multiple data sources and study designs to inform our ...
    • Racial Politics and Social Policy in Urban Canada 

      Livingstone, Anne-marie Louise; 0000-0002-9559-4248 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2018-10-24)
      The dissertation presents findings from a comparative study of urban policies the provincial governments of Quebec and Ontario introduced simultaneously, yet independently, in the year of 2006. Its central purpose is to ...

      Vinson, Ben, III (The Americas, 2000)
      Late colonial Mexico possessed one of the largest free-colored populations in Spanish America, numbering around 370,000 in 1793. The colony’s pardos, morenos, and mulattos were highly dispersed, being found throughout ...
    • Racial School Segregation and the Transition to College 

      Warkentien, Siri (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2015-06-24)
      Prior studies generally find that attending black-segregated schools is detrimental across a range of academic outcomes, but much research on the causes and consequences of school segregation rely on single time-point ...
    • Racial/Ethnic Disparities in the HIV Care Continuum: Better Targets and Better Measures 

      Desir Boya, Fidel A (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2018-05-30)
      Background: The United States (US) National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) prioritized reductions in disparities in HIV care and improvements in HIV care retention, antiretroviral therapy (ART) use, and viral suppression ...
    • Racialized Discourse at the Intersection of Meaning, Mind, and Metaphysics 

      O'Donnell, Patrick Aloysius (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2019-02-19)
      Racialized discourse is language that transmits potentially harmful representations of racial groups. It is also a tool for maintaining status quo racial hierarchies. A theory of racialized discourse should describe the ...
    • Racially Integrated Prison Baseball Team 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1915)
      Portrait of the racially integrated Nebraska State Penitentiary baseball team in uniform, with three bats, a glove, and a ball positioned in front of them, their coach standing to the left of the team, African-American ...