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A growing community of patrons is waiting in the wings to back the next exciting new project, he says. Before initiating their Kickstarter campaigns, Gard had drafted his memoir and Love and Lee had set up their company. Having a clear goal for a finite project gives creators a better chance of succeeding and, for patrons, alleviates the worry of donating to a project that may not be completed.
Indeed, only about 4 in 10 projects are funded.
While the rule may seem draconian, the company sees it as an advantage: first, it reduces risk by ensuring that creators receive enough money to actually finish their project. Second, it motivates creators and enthusiastic backers to spread the word.
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This collection explores his life, work, and persona. Roberts is an assistant professor of ethnomusicology and performance studies at the University of California-Berkeley. This book by an alumna and former guest professor in the CC Feminist and Gender Studies Department describes how researchers worldwide integrated technology into studies of human sexuality in the postwar era.
Sijapati conducted fieldwork in Nepal from , examining the local and global factors that shape contemporary Muslim identity and the emerging Islamic revival movement based in the Kathmandu valley. Sijapati is associate professor of religious studies and co-director of globalization studies at Gettysburg College.
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It includes instructions for entertaining and simple crafts for young children to make with their parents, grandparents, or teachers. Grenardo is a former teacher and principal at Catholic elementary and middle schools in inner-city Los Angeles. She also designed and directs a faith-formation program for toddlers and their parents.
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