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  • The Modern American Military - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    Technology Policy Policy Fellowship in the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password Submit a Question Date 12 5 2012 Name Email Needed only if you expect a reply Subject Message Home Publication Overview Dædalus The Modern American Military Dædalus Summer 2011 The Modern American Military Published by MIT Press Cambridge MA 2011 Order from the Publisher Table of Contents Foreword William J Perry Introduction David M Kennedy The Counterrevolution in Strategic Affairs Lawrence Freedman The U S Armed Forces View of War Brian McAllister Linn Weapons The Growth Spread of the Precision Strike Regime Thomas G Mahnken American Military Culture from Colony to Empire Robert L Goldich Manning Financing the Twenty First Century All Volunteer Force Lawrence J Korb and David R Segal Military Contractors the American Way of War Deborah D Avant and Renee de Nevers Filming War Jay M Winter The Future of Conscription Some Comparative Reflections James J Sheehan Whose Army Andrew J Bacevich The Military Industrial Complex Charles J Dunlap Jr Defending America in Mixed Company Gender in the U S Armed Forces Martha E McSally Military Law

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  • ARISE II—Advancing Research In Science and Engineering: The Role of Academia, Industry, and Government in the 21st Century - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    scientists and high risk high reward research ARISE II examines the role of three critical players in the U S research enterprise academia industry and government The project considers new models for interactions among these players and proposes changes to the research system in order to meet twenty first century challenges The ARISE II report includes actionable recommendations to transcend existing cultural and structural barriers and permit government industry and research universities to build new platforms for collaboration Complete ARISE II Report Executive Summary PDF Press Release Science editorial Article in Issues in Science and Technology Statements of Support Project Work The Project Committee Activities ARISE II Unleashing America s Research Innovation Enterprise Briefing at the National Press Club May 1 2013 Briefing for the President s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology PCAST July 2011 Related Publications Published from year 1800 1899 1900 1976 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 thru year 1800 1899 1900 1976 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Type All publication types Bulletin i i Bulletin i Dædalus i i Dædalus i Annual Report Books Newsletter Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Spotlight SUSSTAIN Article Title and Synopsis To Order ARISE II Unleashing America s Research Innovation Enterprise American Academy of Arts and Sciences 2013 Buy from the Academy Free Download PDF document ARISE Advancing Research In Science and Engineering Investing in Early Career Scientists and High Risk High Reward Research American Academy of Arts and Sciences 2008 Buy from the Academy Free Download PDF document Summary The

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  • Race in the Age of Obama, Vol. 1 - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    Induction 2015 Upcoming Meetings and Events Friday Forum 2015 2016 Schedule Past Meetings and Events Fellowships Overview Visiting Scholars Program Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy Policy Fellowship in the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password Submit a Question Date 12 5 2012 Name Email Needed only if you expect a reply Subject Message Home Publication Overview Dædalus Race in the Age of Obama Vol 1 Dædalus Winter 2011 Race in the Age of Obama Vol 1 Published by MIT Press Cambridge MA 2011 Order from the Publisher Table of Contents The Two Worlds of Race Revisited A Meditation on Race in the Age of Obama Gerald Early The Two Worlds of Race A Historical Perspective John Hope Franklin Freedom Equality Race Jeffrey B Ferguson Racial Liberalism the Moynihan Report The Negro American Daniel Geary Precious African American Memories Post Racial Dreams the American Nation Waldo E Martin Jr Race Inheritance in Barack Obama s Dreams from My Father Glenda R Carpio On Post Racial America in the Age of Obama Amina Gautier Justice Racial Conciliation Two Visions Tommie Shelby We dreamed a dream Ralph Ellison Martin Luther King Jr Barack Obama Eric J Sundquist Barack Obama Race the Tea Party Clarence E Walker Michelle Obama Beyonce Race History Farah Jasmine Griffin Obligations to Negroes who would be kin if they were not Negro Werner Sollors Poetry in a New Race Era Korina Jocson Seeing Jay Z in Taipei Hua Hsu The Concept of Post Racial How Its Easy Dismissal Obscures Important Questions David A Hollinger Pursuit on the Pneuma James Alan McPherson Find Dædalus Issues View and order copies of Dædalus from 2001 to the present Earlier issues can be

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  • Science and the Educated American: A Core Component of Liberal Education - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    in the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password Submit a Question Date 12 5 2012 Name Email Needed only if you expect a reply Subject Message Home Publication Overview Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Science and the Educated American A Core Component of Liberal Education Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Science and the Educated American A Core Component of Liberal Education Authors Jerrold Meinwald and John G Hildebrand Published by American Academy of Arts and Sciences Cambridge MA 02138 2010 Order from the Academy Or download the PDF Table of Contents Acknowledgments Preface Introduction Jerrold Meinwald and John G Hildebrand Part I The Case for Studying Science Chapter 1 Science in the Liberal Arts Curriculum Don M Randel Chapter 2 Science as a Liberal Art Frank H T Rhodes Part II What Should Students Be Learning Chapter 3 Science in the Liberal Arts and Sciences Eugene H Levy Chapter 4 Scientific Literacy A Modest Proposal James Trefil and Robert M Hazen Chapter 5 Science Education in the Age of Science Chris Impey Part III How to Present Science Chapter 6 Physics for Future Presidents Richard A Muller Chapter 7 Learning Astronomy through Writing Martha P Haynes Chapter 8 Teaching Science for Understanding Focusing on Who What and Why Sally G Hoskins Chapter 9 Molecules of Life A General Education Approach to the Science of Living Systems Brian N Tse Jon Clardy and David R Liu Chapter 10 Science for All in a Core Curriculum Frontiers of Science Darcy B Kelley Part IV How Can We Judge Success Chapter 11 Assessing Scientific Reasoning in a Liberal Learning Curriculum Diane Ebert May Chapter 12 The Conceptualization and Measurement of Civic Scientific Literacy

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  • Science and the Media - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password Submit a Question Date 12 5 2012 Name Email Needed only if you expect a reply Subject Message Home Publication Overview Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Science and the Media Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Science and the Media Authors Donald Kennedy and Geneva Overholser Published by American Academy of Arts and Sciences Cambridge MA 02138 2010 Order from the Academy Or download the PDF Table of Contents Acknowledgments Preface Chapter 1 Science and the Media Donald Kennedy Chapter 2 In Your Own Voice Alan Alda Chapter 3 Covering Controversial Science Improving Reporting on Science and Public Policy Christine Russell Chapter 4 Civic Scientific Literacy The Role of the Media in the Electronic Era Jon D Miller Chapter 5 Managing the Trust Portfolio Science Public Relations and Social Responsibility Rick E Borchelt Lynne T Friedmann and Earle Holland Chapter 6 Response to Borchelt Friedmann and Holland on Managing the Trust Portfolio Science Public Relations and Social Responsibility Robert Bazell Chapter 7 The Scientist as Citizen Cornelia Dean Chapter 8 Revitalizing Science Journalism for a Digital Age

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  • Do Scientists Understand the Public? - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    Good Publications Overview Dædalus Journal of the Academy Bulletin Magazine of the Academy Books Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Meetings Overview Induction 2015 Upcoming Meetings and Events Friday Forum 2015 2016 Schedule Past Meetings and Events Fellowships Overview Visiting Scholars Program Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy Policy Fellowship in the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password Submit a Question Date 12 5 2012 Name Email Needed only if you expect a reply Subject Message Home Publication Overview Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Do Scientists Understand the Public Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Do Scientists Understand the Public Author Chris Mooney Published by American Academy of Arts and Sciences Cambridge MA 02138 2010 Order from the Academy Or download the PDF Table of Contents Preface Do Scientists Understand the Public Chris Moody About the Author Workshop Participants Find Dædalus Issues View and order copies of Dædalus from 2001 to the present Earlier issues can be found on the journal database JSTOR Find Bulletin Issues View issues of the Bulletin from Fall 2000 to the present Earlier issues can

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  • On Mass Incarceration - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password Submit a Question Date 12 5 2012 Name Email Needed only if you expect a reply Subject Message Home Publication Overview Dædalus On Mass Incarceration Dædalus Summer 2010 On Mass Incarceration Published by MIT Press Cambridge MA 2010 Order from the Publisher Table of Contents Introduction Glenn C Loury and Bruce Western Incarceration social inequality Bruce Western and Becky Pettit Punishment s place the local concentration of mass incarceration Robert J Sampson and Charles Loeffler The paradox of women s imprisonment Candace Kruttschnitt The contradictions of juvenile crime punishment Jeffrey Fagan Cell blocks red ink mass incarceration the great recession penal reform Marie Gottschalk Class race hyperincarceration in revanchist America Loic Wacquant Clearing the troubled assets of America s punishment bubble Jonathan Simon American imprisonment in comparative perspective Nicola Lacey Toward fewer prisoners less crime Mark A R Kleiman The dangers of Pyrrhic victories against mass incarceration Robert Weisberg and Joan Petersilia Crime inequality social justice Glenn C Loury poetry A Wasp Woman Visits a Black Junkie in Prison Etheridge Knight cruelty don t talk

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  • The Challenge of Mass Incarceration in America - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    incarceration is the concentrated force of the penal system on the most disadvantaged segments of the population One third of African American male high school dropouts under age 40 are currently behind bars Among all African American men born since the mid 1960s more than 20 percent will go to prison nearly twice the number that will graduate college This extraordinary pattern of penal confinement has been called mass incarceration a rate of incarceration so high that it affects not only the individual offender but also whole social groups Though largely invisible in public conversations about social inequality in America mass incarceration is a growing issue at the federal state and local levels and threatens to undermine the most basic goals of the civil rights movement This study examined the scope of mass incarceration its political and economic significance and its social impact weighing the concerns about crime control rehabilitation and more fundamental issues of social justice The Academy created a task force to develop increased understanding of this issue and to promote public discussion Members of the task force developed the Summer 2010 issue of Daedalus The project also sponsored a series of roundtable discussions bringing together stakeholders who do not normally have an opportunity to gather including representatives of the criminal justice community policy makers community activists and practitioners working with formerly incarcerated individuals The meetings provided an opportunity for these groups to exchange ideas in a neutral setting and to learn from one another s experiences Project leaders also worked with officials from the executive branch state officials as well as Congress to provide objective information on this policy matter Committee Members Sasha Abramsky author and journalist Lawrence D Bobo Harvard University Harold Clarke Massachusetts Department of Corrections David Garland New York University Marie Gottschalk University of

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