Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Gustav Schleicher was a German-born Democratic United States Representative from Texas. He was an engineer who served briefly in the Texas legislature, and was a veteran of the Confederate Army. Schleicher was born in Darmstadt in the German principality of Hesse in 1823. He attended the Giessen University and studied engineering. He assisted in the construction of early railroads in Europe. He, Hermann Spiess and Dr. Ferdinand Ludwig Herff were among the leaders in a group of intellectuals who immigrated to Texas and founded a Fisher-Miller Land Grant commune, named Bettina after the German literary figure and social visionary Bettina von Arnim, on the banks of the Llano River in 1847. According to the Handbook of Texas Online,"The community was intended to prove the truth of communist ideals and light the way for relief of the troubles in Europe, which had led to sporadic attempts at revolution and were later to lead to the abortive German revolt of 1848."
Bad Camberg is, with 15,000 inhabitants, the second biggest town in Limburg-Weilburg district in Hesse, Germany, as well as the southernmost town in the Regierungsbezirk of Gießen. It is located in the eastern Hintertaunus in the Goldener Grund ( Golden Ground ) some 30 km north of Wiesbaden, 18 km southeast of Limburg an der Lahn, and 44 km northwest of Frankfurt, as well as on the German Framework Road. Bad Camberg is the central community of the Goldener Grund with good infrastructure, and a lower centre partly with a middle centre s function. The recognized Kneipp resort is Hesse s oldest and Germany s third oldest. In the outlying centre of Oberselters is found a mineral spring that gives forth the well known Selterswasser, often known in English as seltzer . The town s landmark is the Kreuzkapelle ( Cross Chapel ).
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Waldsolms is a community in the Lahn-Dill-Kreis in Hesse, Germany.Waldsolms lies in the Hochtaunus Nature Park between Wetzlar and Usingen.Waldsolms borders in the north on the town of Braunfels and the community of Schöffengrund (both in the Lahn-Dill-Kreis), in the east on the community of Langgöns (Gießen district), in the southeast on the town of Butzbach (Wetteraukreis), in the south on the community of Grävenwiesbach (Hochtaunuskreis) and in the west on the wikipedia. of Weilmünster (Limburg-Weilburg).
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Walluf is a community in the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis in the Regierungsbezirk of Darmstadt in Hesse, Germany. With 5,581 residents in its 6.74 square kilometer area, it is the most densely populated community in the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis.Walluf, also known as Pforte des Rheingaus ( Gateway to the Rheingau ), lies on the southern slope of the Taunus Mountains and on the north bank of the Rhine River. Walluf is the Rheingau's easternmost community. It is made up of the two formerly independent communities of Niederwalluf and Oberwalluf.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Waldems is a community in the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis in the Regierungsbezirk of Darmstadt in Hesse, Germany. The community''s administrative seat is Waldems-Esch.Waldems lies in the Taunus in a widely wooded setting at the northwest foot of the Feldberg massif at 250 to 629.3 m above sea level, giving the community the district''s highest point, an unnamed spot 1 km east of the constituent community of Wüstems.Waldems is the easternmost community in the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis and borders in the northeast on the community of Weilrod, in the east on the community of Schmitten, in the southeast on the community of Glashütten (all three in the Hochtaunuskreis), in the south and west on the town of Idstein (Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis) and in the northwest on the town of Bad Camberg (Limburg-Weilburg).
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Uelversheim is an Ortsgemeinde a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality found only in Rhineland-Palatinate in the Mainz-Bingen district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Uelversheim lies between Mainz and Worms, in the Heart of Rhenish Hesse , and belongs to the Berggemeinden ( Mountain Municipalities , besides Uelversheim these are the neighbouring centres of Weinolsheim, Dolgesheim and Eimsheim). Uelversheim is a typical winegrowing centre, with almost a fourth of its area given over to this pursuit. Wine is also grown in an exclave between Dienheim and Guntersblum, which along with the actual community forms part of Uelversheim''s municipal area.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Seligenstadt is a town in the Offenbach district in the Regierungsbezirk of Darmstadt in Hesse, Germany. Seligenstadt is one of Germany s oldest towns and was already of great importance in Carolingian times.Seligenstadt is one of 13 towns and communities in the Offenbach district. The town lies on the river Main s left bank roughly 25 km southeast of Frankfurt am Main, directly neighbouring Bavaria. Seligenstadt borders in the north on the community of Hainburg, in the east on the community of Karlstein (Aschaffenburg district in Bavaria), in the southeast on the community of Mainhausen, in the south on the town of Babenhausen (Darmstadt-Dieburg) and in the west on the town of Rodgau.
Volume 23 &#8226; Winter 2017-2018 THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language. It contributes to a sense of community in which scholars and educators from preschool through the university exchange points of view and cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning. JAEPL is especially interested in helping those teachers who experiment with new strategies for learning to share their practices and confirm their validity through publication in professional journals. CONTENTS OF VOLUME 23: ESSAYS: The Politics of Consciousness by Kurt Spellmeyer Writing, Silence, and Well-Being by Robert P. Yagelski Writing as a Liberal Art in an Age Neither Artful nor Liberal by Douglas Hesse The Tyranny of 'Best Practices': Structural Violence and Writing Programs by Roger Thompson TEACHING AND LEARNING AS BODILY ARTS: Corporal Pedagogies: An Introduction by Wendy Ryden Embodied Databases: Attending to Research 'Places' through Emotion and Movement by Kati Fargo Ahern Embodied Ethos and a Pedagogy of Presence: Reflections from a Writing Yogi by Christy I. Wenger Rhetorics of Reflection: Revisiting Listening Rhetoric through Mindfulness, Empathy, and Non-violent Communication by Renea Frey Performance and the Possible: Embodiment, Privilege, and the Politics of Teaching Writing by Lesley Erin Barlett Un/learning Habituation of Body-Mind Binary through the Teaching-Learning Body/Mind by Jeong-eun Rhee, Stephanie L. Curley & Sharon Subreenduth BOOK REVIEWS: Looking for Solace by Irene Papoulis Golub, Adam and Heather Richardson Hayton, eds. Monsters in the Classroom: Essays on Teaching What Scares Us. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, Inc., 2017, reviewed by Wendy Ryden Waite, Stacey. Teaching Queer: Radical Possibilities for Writing and Knowledge. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh Press, 2017, reviewed by Mark McBeth Eodice, Michele, Anne Ellen Geller, and Neal Lerner. The Meaningful Writing Project: Learning, Teaching, and Writing in Higher Education. Boulder, Utah State UP, 2016, reviewed by Mary Pigliacelli CONNECTING: The Emotional Labor of Our Work by Christy I. Wenger Interdisciplinary Dangers: A Small Caveat by W. Keith Duffy One Mindful Step by Sheila Kennedy & Jen Consilio The Way to the Falls by Carl Vandermeulen A Good Rain by Robert Randolph Conference Announcement CONTRIBUTORS
This series makes available in English the primary works of major Anabaptist figures of the 16th century as well as the writings of other religious thinkers who influenced or shed light on the Anabaptist movement. While in prison during 1540-42, Riedemann writes for the Lutheran ruler, Philip of Hesse. He creatively weaves together a fresh reading of the Bible with the classical creeds. Riedemann produces a powerful synthesis of Scripture and tradition on which to base Christian community. His dynamic vision of radical and communal discipleship still challenges believers toward a greater faithfulness to the Lord and to each other. Riedemann's Confession gives theological grounding for the Hutterite understanding of economic communalism and offers practical examples. It still guides Hutterite communities. Here is John J. Friesen's English translation of the 1565 German edition in which he offers a new history of Riedemann. Volume 9.