In 2010, he spent a month lecturing in India as the National Visiting Professor of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research, a program within the Indian government's Ministry of Human Resource Development. In 2013 and 2014, he gave invited lectures in Kuala Lumpur at the International Center for Leadership and Governance , an organization supported by the Central Bank of Malaysia. In 2015 he spoke at the Australian Leadership Retreat , a confidential program of briefings and discussions for Australian government, business, education, and military leaders.
Cataloging a manuscript collection is a bit like opening Pandora’s Box. You always find more than you bargained for. I recently completed cataloging the papers of science fiction author Octavia E. Butler, a journey both thrilling and frightening. Butler was the first black woman to gain prominence in a genre that flirts with the supernatural. Honored with both Hugo and Nebula awards, Butler was also the first science fiction author to be awarded a MacArthur “Genius Grant.” Her novel Kindred was selected for Pasadena’s 2006 One City, One Story program, but she passed away suddenly just weeks before her scheduled appearance.
Ruth Kelso's The Doctrine of the English Gentleman in the 16th Century (Text) Table of Contents: CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION | CHAPTER II WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN | CHAPTER III THE THEORY OF THE FAVORED CLASS | CHAPTER IV OCCUPATIONS FOR THE GENTLEMAN | CHAPTER V THE MORAL CODE OF THE GENTLEMAN | CHAPTER VI THE EDUCATION OF THE GENTLEMAN | CHAPTER VII STUDIES | CHAPTER VIII EXCERCISE AND RECREATION CONCLUSION | FORWARD TO BIBLIOGRAPHICAL LIST | BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOURCES INDEX : actions+(1) | ambitious+(1) | Bassanio+(1) | beneficence+(1) | benefits+(2) | brags+(1) | busybody+(1) | caskets+(1) | Cicero+(2) | common+(1) | country+(2) | covetous+(1) | distrustful+(1) | Dulce_Utile+(1) | dying+(1) | Edmund+(2) | envious+(1) | faithful+(1) | fancy+(1) | Favour+(1) | favours+(2) | flatterer+(1) | fop+(1) | friend+(1) | giving+(1) | good_magistrate+(1) | Hal+(4) | happy_man+(1) | honest+(1) | honour+(1) | humble+(1) | hypocrite+(1) | Iago+(3) | integrity+(2) | justice+(1) | know_thyself+(1) | laws+(1) | Lear+(1) | liberality+(1) | Macbeth+(1) | malecontent+(1) | memory+ | Noble+(1) | Oswald+(2) | Othello+(1) | other_cheek+(4) | passions+(1) | patient+(1) | penitent+(1) | plain+(1) | PlainDealer+(2) | presumptuous+(1) | profane+(1) | reason+(2) | Reason_passion+(1) | regeneration+(1) | revenge+(1) | ring+(1) | Saussure_system+(1) | Shylock+(2) | slothful+(1) | stingy_mean+(1) | Stoic+(1) | Stoicism+(1) | Stoics+(2) | studies+(1) | superstitious+(1) | Theophrastus+(1) | trust+(1) | unconstant+(1) | unthrift+(1) | usury+(1) | vainglorious+(1) | valiant+(1) | Wyf+(3) View Ruth Kelso's The Doctrine of the English Gentleman in the 16th Century (Text)