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  • Body Stories: On Trans-Poetics as Feminist Science Studies 

    Sambrook, Bennett (2019-06-13)
    In Spring 2015 I begin medical transition. The archive starts with a few empty testosterone vials that I line up along my windowsill. A few months later, I have a small wooden cigar box full of them. I begin to save receipts. ...
  • “A Bold New Approach”: Deinstitutionalization and the Restructuring of Mental Health Care in the United States, 1945-1981 

    Trammell, Mary (2016-06-17)
    On February 5, 1963, President John F. Kennedy delivered a message to the U.S. Congress calling for “a bold new approach” to the twin problems of mental illness and developmental disabilities.1 For years, hundreds of ...
  • The bony lung of the coelacanth Macropoma 

    Hartley, Melissa (2011-05-13)
    In 1833, Louis Agassiz described a large flask-shaped structure inside the body of the Cretaceous coelacanth Macropoma. Its microscopic structure was analyzed by W.C. Williamson in 1849. Coelacanths have been ...
  • Boomerang Adoptees: Making Moves in South Korea 

    Gladieux, Camille (2018-07-02)
    This thesis explores the return of South Korean Adult adoptees in significant numbers began in the late 1980s, slowly picking up in the mid-1990s, and maintaining a steady flow today. Within this movement of return adoptees, ...
  • Bouncing back: Immune regulated healing in the rat uterus after labor and delivery 

    Ramsden, Kristina (2019-05-15)
    The uterus is extensively remodeled by pregnancy. These profound changes must be reversed after labor and delivery. The immune system is dynamic in this progression because of immune cell’s abilities to influence healing ...
  • Boundaries Transgressed: action - reaction - repercussion 

    Delgado, Cynthia (2011-02-16)
    container (n.): One who, or that which, contains contain (v.): to keep under proper control; restrain; to prevent or limit the expansion, influence, success, advance [of an entity] - Webster s Dictionary We live within ...
  • Boundary Objects and Global Consensus: Scalar Narratives of Marine Conservation in the Convention on Biological Diversity 

    Noella J. Gray; Rebecca L. Gruby; Lisa M. Campbell (Global Environmental Politics, 2014)
    The global number of marine protected areas (MPAs) has increased dramatically in recent years, resulting in a ªvefold increase in area covered since 2003.1 Like terrestrial protected areas, MPAs are deªned by the International ...
  • Brains and Bots: Making The Two Work Together 

    Chen, Lisa (2018-03-26)
    Incorporating two different STEM fields into one internship--an internship that harmonizes seemingly opposing fields like Neuroscience and Computer Science can prove to be quite a challenge. However, when an internship ...
  • Bridging the Gap: A Participatory approach in Architecture and Urban Planning: Case Study of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

    Wondimu, Ruth (2019-07-01)
    The development of an extensive system that guides the growth of a city calls for the integrated work of every party involved. Those systems mostly concern but are not limited to housing, transportation, sanitation, land ...
  • Brigham Hall 09 

    Russell, Scott (1996)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Brigham Hall 10 

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

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

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

    Russell, Scott (2002)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • "Bringing Back the Songs We Need": The Narragansett Food Sovereignty Initiative at the Crandall Minacommuck Farm 

    Ouimette, Kate (2019-05-23)
    This work seeks to understand Indigenous food sovereignty movements by placing them into historical context, connecting past colonial encounters with contemporary struggles surrounding food access. Food sovereignty goes ...
  • Buckland Hall 09 

    Russell, Scott (2015)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Buckland Hall 10 

    Russell, Scott (2015)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Buckland Hall 20 

    Russell, Scott (2015)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Buckland Hall 30 

    Russell, Scott (2015)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.
  • Buckland Hall 40 

    Russell, Scott (2015)
    All building footprints were obtained from Facilities Management and are updated annually as necessary.