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  • Fragments 

    Binns, Sarah (2011-02-16)
    A poetry thesis invoking Elizabeth Bishop, questions of modern-day travel, and ekphrastic works.
  • LA TRADUCTION DU VIDE : LES POÉTIQUES DE LA DISTANCE CULTURELLE DANS L’ACCÈS AU CORPS DE MALEK ALLOULA 

    Leffingwell, Hannah (2015-06-05)
    In this work, I present my original translation from French into English of Malek Alloula's book-length poem L’Accès au corps, published in 2005. In the first chapter of my introduction, I summarize my background ...
  • ¡PALABRA PA’LANTE!: Artivism and the Transformative Power of the Written and Spoken Word 

    Riquelmy, Natalie
    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 ...
  • Studies 

    DeJesus, Veronica
    A collection of original poems composed over the past three semesters. Each began as a weekly study centered around an active detailed image. Most focus on natural subjects and play within the limits of rhyme or a syllabic ...
  • The Voice of the American Female Poet: Tradition and Innovation 

    Mosman, Jocelyn
    The subject of my thesis involves the art of imitation: a practice that has spanned over two millennia. Imitation was originally used as a pedagogical practice for early Roman writers and continued as a central part of ...