The red-footed tortoise (Geochelone carbonaria) has been an enduring favorite in the herpetocultural trade for years.
This medium-sized South American tortoise is hardy, beautiful, and displays a variety of interesting behaviors.
The cast includes Andrew Garfield playing Prior Walter, Denise Gough playing Harper Pitt, Nathan Lane playing Roy Cohn, James Mc Ardle playing Louis Ironson and Rusell Tovey playing Joe Pitt.
MARVEL’S INHUMANS, a new Marvel Television Series, explores the never-before-told epic adventure of the royal family including Black Bolt, the enigmatic, commanding King of the Inhumans, with a voice so powerful that the slightest whisper can destroy a city.
Red-foots are protected under Appendix II of The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), meaning that this species may not be exported from its home country without a permit.
Appendix II animals are not classified as threatened with extinction, but are considered sensitive to this danger if international trade is left unregulated (Levell, 1995).
HOME AGAIN is the story of a recently separated mother of two (Witherspoon) whose new life in Los Angeles is overturned when she decides to take in three young, charismatic guys (played by Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff and Jon Rudnitsky) who become part of her unconventional family.
Along with Reese Witherspoon, Pico Alexander (A Most Violent Year), Nat Wolff (Paper Towns, The Fault in Our Stars) and Jon Rudnitsky (upcoming Relatively Happy), the film stars Michael Sheen (Frost/Nixon, Masters Of Sex), Candice Bergen and Lake Bell (No Escape, Childrens Hospital).
Topics covered include the theory and context of LGBTI families in South Africa; the legislative framework; media representations of same-sex families; assisted reproduction technology – challenges, experiences and understandings; parenting practices; disclosure practices within families; and intimate partner violence.It also investigates the ways that these identities/locations have informed understanding of inequality in the U. Open only to students in the Bucknell in Washington, D. Offered Fall Semester Only; Lecture hours:3An examination of feminist philosophy primarily as it occurs in the U. Topics include marriage, family, life cycle, religion and nationalism. Offered Fall Semester Only; Lecture hours:3This course examines the relationship between developments in feminist thought and movements in various parts of the world and the array of religious ideologies and practices in those societies. Offered Either Fall or Spring; Lecture hours:3Students will explore the impact of systems of power at interpersonal, community, cultural, institutional and societal levels.Employing forms of dialogic communication designed for people to communicate across social, cultural and power differences, students will explore their own and other groups’ experiences, also identifying actions to address social justice issues. Offered Either Fall or Spring; Lecture hours:3A study of the causes of unemployment and poverty in the United States and policies to generate full employment and eliminate poverty.Offered Spring Semester Only; Lecture hours:3, Other:3A discussion class in which numerous modern Japanese films are used to explore the representation of desire, both passionate and perverse. It introduces students to queer theory and its application to a variety of political and cultural fields. Offered Spring Semester Only; Lecture hours:3Exploiting the exclusionary nature of "High Modernism," this course highlights literature on the margins of modernism, revealing literature's political investment in race, class, and sexuality. Offered Spring Semester Only; Lecture hours:1This course employs media studies to examine the role cultural texts - fairy tales, advertisements, music videos - play in shaping and reflecting gender roles and sexuality.Offered Fall Semester Only; Lecture hours:3Analysis of topics in films and novels by Ousmane Sembene: pre-colonial history, colonialism, post-colonial independence, racial and gender oppression, worker exploitation, religious conflict, and modernization. Offered Alternate Fall or Spring; Lecture hours:3This course explores the constructions of and intersections between race and sexuality. Offered Occasionally; Lecture hours:3This course focuses on tools and concepts of gender analysis, the history of women’s movements, and issues such as work and family, sexuality, race and class, violence, health, leadership, politics, the military, and the arts. Prerequisite: PHIL 100 or WMST 150 or permission of the instructor. Offered Either Fall or Spring; Lecture hours:3Considers experiences of girls and women, gender differences, attitudes toward women, and issues of particular concern to women such as domestic violence, body image, and sexual assault. Offered Either Fall or Spring; Lecture hours:3Explores issues of gender and sexuality in South Asia, primarily India and Sri Lanka.