It is a wide-ranging collection, with book chapters, articles from publications as such as the Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society and College Board Review, and speeches to a variety of audiences, including Stanford's Institute for Research on Women and Gender, the American Council on Education and Southern Methodist University.
What does PAPHS stand for?
PAPHS stands for Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society
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- Pittsburgh Association of Petroleum Geologists (Pennsylvania)
- Points Against Per Game (sports scoring)
- Pulmonary Artery Pressure Gradient (cardiovascular medicine)
- Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association
- Plein Air Painters of Georgia (est. 1998)
- Pakistan Association of Printing and Graphic Arts Industry
- Passenger Agency Programme Global Joint Council
- Physical Activity and Public Health
- Plymouth Association of Primary Headteachers (UK)
- Prince Albert Parkland Health Region (Saskatchewan, Canada)
- Paper and Pencil Instrument
- PC Voice Application Programming Interface
- Perception and Preference Inventory (psychology)
- Personal And Performance Information
- Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia (International Conference)
- Polymethylene Polyphenyl Isocyanate
- Precise Automatic Photogrammetric Intervalometer
- Precision Approach Path Indicator
- Provisioning Application Programming Interface (UP.link)
- Public And Private Information
Samples in periodicals archive:
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 118: 30-50.
Dauril Alden, "The Significance of Cacao Production in the Amazon Region during the Late Colonial Period: An Essay in Comparative Economic History," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society CXX (1976): 103-135, suggests Mesoamerican production that may have totaled 3000 to 4000 metric tonnes per year at the turn of the seventeenth century was reduced to less than 700 tonnes annually by the turn of the eighteenth.