Rocky Mountain Undergraduate Review

Rocky Mountain undergraduate review : a publication of The Colorado College [2007-2008 v. 1 no. 1 Spring]
Founded fall of 2007, the Rocky Mountain Undergraduate Review provides a venue for students from the Rocky Mountain region to publish outstanding written thought in the areas of the social sciences. These core disciplines are economics, sociology, anthropology, political science, and history., Labor in the age of normalcy / Robert G. Brown -- Practically adapting education to globalization: communication and collaboration / David Carlson -- The Shi’a of Iraq and the politics of identity / Megan M. Cornish -- Remembering early great houses: Chaco’s beginnings / Natalie R. Fast -- AIDS in Cuba and Brazil / Nancy Britain -- Citizenship and ethno-nationalism in Israel and Germany / Rachel Deutsch -- The impact of receiving a patent on the market value of firms / Joseph D. Miller., Includes bibliographical references.
Rocky Mountain undergraduate review : a publication of The Colorado College [2009-2010 v. 1 no. 3 Spring]
Founded fall of 2007, the Rocky Mountain Undergraduate Review provides a venue for students from the Rocky Mountain region to publish outstanding written thought in the areas of the social sciences. These core disciplines are economics, sociology, anthropology, political science, and history., The failure of the International Convention for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas: reasons and recommendations / Nate Danforth -- Beating the resource curse: Botswana's development state / David Ernenwien -- Calamity Jane: LDS women and the Teton Dam disaster of 1976 / Emily Willis -- Benjamin Franklin, America's diplomatic hero: saving the colonies through his personal relationships in Paris / Kurt London., Includes bibliographical references.