Boone, Tommy Books
Dr. Tommy Boone, Ph.D., MPH, MA, FASEP, EPC, is a founding member and first President of the American Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP). Dr. Boone is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Exercise Physiology at The College of St. Scholastica. He is also the Director of the Exercise Physiology Laboratories for scholarly research in exercise physiology. He has published in journals such as The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, Applied Nursing Research, New Zealand Journal of Sports Medicine, International Journal of Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, Gail & Posture, Journal of Sports Sciences, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, The Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, Australian Journal for Science and Medicine in Sports, Archives of Physical medicine and Rehabilitation, and Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. He is also author/ co-author of six books as well as numerous print copy and electronic publications. Dr. Boone also created and publishes in connection with ASEP (http://www.asep.org/) two electronic publications, the Journal of Exercise Physiology online and the Professionalization of Exercise Physiology online, and one electronic journal (the Professional Journal of Exercise Physiology) published by The Center for Exercise Physiology online (http://www.exercisephysiologists.com/).2009 0-7734-4660-5
The writings of Hugh Byas, journalist and japanologist, developed while he was editor of the Japan Advertiser
and later as correspondent of the London Times
and New York Times
. His work in Japan between the World Wars, is a discourse on progressive sovereignty. Byas equated a sovereign state with one that possessed an organized government capable of modernizing the state and developing democratic institutions to empower public opinion.
This work examines some of the sources that María de Zayas uses to present some of her concepts about the devil, evil, men, honor and love in relationship to the supernatural. Contrary to some modern critics, the Spanish people of the Seventeenth century were very much aware of the significance, customs, and relevance of these supernatural beliefs in their lives.2011 0-7734-1502-52011 0-7734-1538-6
This work examines historical problems encountered on topics from eleventh-century France, England, and the Crusader East, and to a lesser degree from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. These topics include works of art - the Eleanor of Aquitaine vase, the celebrated Bayeux Tapestry, a sixteenth century poem and painting - to inquiries about individual people, such as the first troubadour poet.