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  • More Than Where the Heart Is: A Philosophical Consideration of the Home 

    Flanagan-Folcarelli, Morgan
    When we say that there is no place like home, we offer a platitude for why homes are special. Underneath the cliché, however, there is something substantive to this claim: home is a special place, one that is important in ...
  • SOUTH ASIAN WOMEN IN KUWAIT: IDENTITY, SELF, AND THE POLITICS OF DIASPORA AND HOME-MAKING. 

    Burney, Seyyada Anaam (2013-05-11)
    My thesis research explores the relationships between identity, a sense of self, and context among middle to upper class, South Asian women living in Kuwait. In particular, I examine how these women’s senses of self and ...
  • To Be and Neeg bi: Discourses on Home in Senegal 

    Maher, Stephanie (2011-02-16)
    An experimental ethnography that uses various literary genres, as well as visual documentation, to express the plurality of discourses on home in contemporary Senegal, particularly among migrant populations.
  • What We Forget to See 

    Overmeyer, Jessica
    The world is constructed and built around structures that often go unnoticed. My research revolves around the elements that are the basis of our daily environment. Initially inspired by artists who combine science with the ...