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  • The Pains of Being Pure at Heart: The Fantasy of the Anime Adolescent 

    Frank, Allegra (2015-06-25)
    The development of girl into woman is a difficult transitional phase, one that's ripe for cinematic interpretation, despite its lack of representation throughout the medium's history. It's fascinating, then, that anime ...
  • Painting Interiors: An Excavation of the Subterranean World 

    Chen, Amy (2017-07-05)
    As an artist, I have a responsibility to dream. These dreams are often made up of fragments of my life experiences and observations. The ordinary scenes I experience daily, give rise to escapism that help soothe the rigid ...
  • Painting Perception 

    Miller, Sophia (2014-06-30)
    I create paintings in which one landscape is disrupted by the insertion of a disparate landscape into the same composition. By way of this juxtaposition, I seek to illustrate sensory experience as fractured, multiple, and ...
  • Painting Transplants: Processes in Healing 

    Melcher, Cora (2020-05-11)
    My thesis work consists of a body of diptych paintings on paper. Conceptually, I seek to investigate how bodies, as boundaried forms, experience the boundarylessness of energies and moods. Through a three-step procedural ...
  • ¡PALABRA PA’LANTE!: Artivism and the Transformative Power of the Written and Spoken Word 

    Riquelmy, Natalie (2016-05-01)
    Carol Becker (1994) states that “Art is often a kind of dreaming the world into being, a transmutation of thought into material reality, and an affirmation that the physical world begins in the incorporeal-in ideas....Humans ...
  • Panchayats, Seat Reservations and the Women's Question in India: A Historical Trajectory 

    Nugent, Amelia (2011-05-10)
    In 1992 the Panchayati Raj Bill passed through the Indian parliament with little fanfare and without serious debate. The bill allocated federal funding to small village governing bodies known as panchayats and reserved one ...
  • Paper and Process 

    McTeigue, Mary Kate (2018-06-05)
    My art work is a personal exploration of motherhood and the domestic work involved in this role. The lack of value placed by society on mothers, in their roles as both caretakers and domestic workers, insidiously chips ...
  • Parental Boundary Dissolution and Young Adults’ Romantic Relationships 

    Gleeson, Sojourner (2017-06-29)
    Parental boundary dissolution is a term used to describe a parent-child relationship structure wherein a parent breaches age-appropriate and relationship-appropriate boundaries with their child. The current study aimed ...
  • Passages and Parallels: Forty Days in Cape Town 

    McGahan, Catherine (2012-05-03)
    This is a personal narrative of one person's journey from childhood to adulthood, juxtaposed against the social narrative of contemporary, post-apartheid South Africa.
  • Passing for Paradise: Colonial Mimicry and Desire in Pachinko and The Bluest Eye 

    Harrison, Shauna-Kay (2020-07-06)
    This thesis is generally concerned with formations and relations of power: how are power structures formed and replicated across borders, and why are they replicated? Through a comparative literary analysis of Toni Morrison’s ...
  • The Past in the Present: The Emergence and Implications of a "Montagsdemo Culture" in Leipzig, Germany 

    Crawford, Meredith (2011-02-16)
    In 2004, an economic recession and high unemployment, coupled with a welfare reform, Hartz IV, altering the money an unemployed individual received, sparked protests in several German cities, most notably in Leipzig, ...
  • Pearsons Annex 09 

    Russell, Scott (2002)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Pearsons Annex 10 

    Russell, Scott (2002)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Pearsons Annex 20 

    Russell, Scott (2002)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Pearsons Hall 09 

    Russell, Scott (2013)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Pearsons Hall 10 

    Russell, Scott (2002)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Pearsons Hall 20 

    Russell, Scott (2002)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Pearsons Hall 30 

    Russell, Scott (2002)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Pearsons Hall 40 

    Russell, Scott (2002)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • The People's Palace of Late Victorian Scotland: The Making and Meaning of the Scottish Pub 

    Gray, Stephanie (2013-07-01)
    For many centuries, Scots heralded the pub as the center of commercial, political, and social life. The emergence of the modern city in the mid-nineteenth century had significant impacts on how culture was defined and ...