Clemence Of Barking And Valdes Of Lyon: Two Contemporaneous Examples Of Innovation In The Twelfth Century, 2017 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Clemence Of Barking And Valdes Of Lyon: Two Contemporaneous Examples Of Innovation In The Twelfth Century, Lisa Murray
All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
The Twelfth Century in Western Europe was a remarkable time in history. Scholars have noted that Roman law was being revived, Aristotelian theory was being studied, Romanesque and Gothic art was being produced, scholasticism was being cultivated, and economic growth was being fostered by the rise of towns. These are just some of the developments that help give this era the well-known term “twelfth-century renaissance.” Despite the flourishing of creativity that this label suggests, there are few surviving, specific examples of innovation from this time that have been passed down to us. In AD 1175 the Benedictine nun Clemence of ...
The Child To Come: Life After The Human Catastrophe By Rebekah Sheldon, 2017 University of British Columbia
The Child To Come: Life After The Human Catastrophe By Rebekah Sheldon, Nathan Tebokkel
Review of Rebekah Sheldon's The Child to Come: Life after the Human Catastrophe.
The Black Frontier, 2017 Santa Clara University
The Black Frontier, Aparajita Nanda
As a nationalistic concept, frontier refers to America's westward expansion, which was propelled in the nineteenth century by Manifest Destiny. Culturally, frontier promises even more: the creation of communities, the development of markets and states, the merging of peoples and cultures, and the promise of survival and persistence based on values of equality and democracy. Thousands of people left their homes in the East to pursue these ideals, including large communities of African Americans. However, African Americans, like many other cultural groups who moved westward, encountered struggles when they reached the new frontier. In some cases, they faced the ...
Power, Politics, And Domestic Desire In Octavia Butler’S Lilith’S Brood, 2017 Santa Clara University
Power, Politics, And Domestic Desire In Octavia Butler’S Lilith’S Brood, Aparajita Nanda
Octavia Butler’s works, from her short stories and novellas to her science fiction novels, focus on themes of power, control, bondage, and a desired freedom from servitude. Power structures inevitably center on the master/slave or the captor/captive trope. Her handling of this issue takes on complex manifestations in her works, where enslavement and genetic evolution often form the core of the narrative. Within this framework, hostile and repressive regimes enforce a controlled society. Butler brings race, gender, and sexuality to the foreground of speculative fiction as she deals with complex social and political issues in all their ...
The Battle Rages On: The Psychomachia And The Faerie Queene, Book I, 2017 Santa Clara University
The Battle Rages On: The Psychomachia And The Faerie Queene, Book I, Aparajita Nanda
The conception of Christian life as a pilgrimage towards God, a war against the forces of evil, has been reiterated right through the literature of late antiquity and the Middle Ages well into the Renaissance. This 'war' between Virtues and Vices, who fight for dominion over the Christian soul, possibly found its first poetic representation in Prudentius' Psychomachia. The action of this personification-allegory is fairly simple. The Christian Virtues led by Faith, despite certain initial reversals, ultimately triumph over the Vices in a series of combats and move on to build a holy city (in man's soul) in which ...
Re-Writing The Bhabhian “Mimic Man”: Akin, The Posthuman Other In Octavia Butler’S Adulthood Rites, 2017 Santa Clara University
Re-Writing The Bhabhian “Mimic Man”: Akin, The Posthuman Other In Octavia Butler’S Adulthood Rites, Aparajita Nanda
Cultural critics have sought to define the term posthuman1 as primarily a condition that does away with hierarchical forms of power and control. It recognizes a transformation of the human species into a subject position that moves from an oppositional politics of segregating the human “self” from the “other” to one of acknowledging the “other” as part of the human “self.” 2 With the advent of the posthuman condition comes the need to re-define human rights in a posthuman context. Octavia Butler’s science fiction novel Adulthood Rites3 introduces us to Oankali, gene-trading aliens who travel through space. They intercept ...
The Aryan- And Polish-Passing Women And Girl Couriers Of The Jewish Resistance Movements In Nazi-Occupied Poland, Farrel Brenner
Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects
In the fight against Nazi occupation, underground Jewish movements in Polish ghettos sought to mount resistances through illegal educational and cultural activity, trafficking individuals and families to safety, and armed resistance. Key to these efforts
Deep Salt Water By Marianne Apostolides, 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University
Deep Salt Water By Marianne Apostolides, Jenna Gersie
Review of Marianne Apostolide's Deep Salt Water.
Get Thee To A Nunnery: Unruly Women And Christianity In Medieval Europe, 2017 East Tennessee State University
Get Thee To A Nunnery: Unruly Women And Christianity In Medieval Europe, Sarah E. Wolfe
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This thesis will argue that the Beowulf Manuscript, which includes the poem Judith, Saxo Grammaticus’s Gesta Danorum, and the Old-Norse-Icelandic Laxdæla saga highlight and examine the tension between the female pagan characters and their Christian authors. These texts also demonstrate that Queenship grew fragile after the spread of Christianity, and women’s power waned in the shift between pre-Christian and Christian Europe.
Opal Clark On Directing Stop Kiss An Exploration Of The Directorial Process, 2017 East Tennessee State University
Opal Clark On Directing Stop Kiss An Exploration Of The Directorial Process, Opal Clark
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
The intent of this thesis and thesis project was to execute a successful run of the play, Stop Kiss by Diana Son while achieving the playwright’s intended message. Opal Clark directed this production of Stop Kiss at East Tennessee State University under special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. It was performed to sold out audiences in ETSU Theatre and Dance Studio 205 October 2-7, 2017. The play explores experiences and hostility toward same sex couples, their relationships with one another and how one individual discovers sexuality. The discovery and actualization of the characters’ struggles were communicated in the ...
Reseña De: Galeana, Patricia Et Al., Mujeres Y Constitución: De Hermila Galindo A Griselda Álvarez, México, Secretaría De Cultura, Instituto Nacional De Estudios Históricos De Las Revoluciones De México-Gobierno Del Estado De México, 2017, 2017 Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Reseña De: Galeana, Patricia Et Al., Mujeres Y Constitución: De Hermila Galindo A Griselda Álvarez, México, Secretaría De Cultura, Instituto Nacional De Estudios Históricos De Las Revoluciones De México-Gobierno Del Estado De México, 2017, Eduardo Torres Alonso
Eduardo Torres Alonso
No abstract provided.
The Anti-Black Hero: Black Masculinity Media Representation As Seen In Netflix Series Luke Cage And Fox Series Empire, 2017 Kennesaw State University
The Anti-Black Hero: Black Masculinity Media Representation As Seen In Netflix Series Luke Cage And Fox Series Empire, Meya Joyell Hemphill
Master of Arts in American Studies Capstones
The reoccurrence of the Black Brute, the Thug, and the modern day Coon stereotypical images on current television narrowly defines Black masculinity as a monolithic experience. Young Black boys, are often unable to see themselves as those who are portrayed on television. The images they see on screen are sometimes not realistic. Unfortunately, for some young Black boys, these stereotypical images may heavily influence their own behavior. Society often criminalizes and demonizes young Black men as angry, violent, and dangerous. They pose as a supposed threat to society and are thought to be even more problematic as they age. Currently ...
Committees Of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Society 2/6/2006, 2017 University of North Florida
Committees Of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Society 2/6/2006, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Society
Saffy Collection Textual
A list of the committees and committee members. Committees include: outreach, publicity, scholarships, membership, MKR House, awards, nominating, bylaws, markers and photographer. Box: 42 Folder: 5
24th Annual Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Conference 2011, 2017 University of North Florida
24th Annual Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Conference 2011, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Society
Saffy Collection Textual
Poster for the 24th Annual Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Conference, Museum of Florida Art, Deland, Florida, April 15-16, 2011. Box: 58 poster: 2
Flyer: Cross Creek Wilderness Safaris Bird List, 2017 University of North Florida
Flyer: Cross Creek Wilderness Safaris Bird List, Cross Creek Wilderness Safaris
Saffy Collection Textual
Bird checklist for Lake Lochloosa and Cross Creek.
Statut, Esthétique Et Genre : Trajet De La Danse De Ballet Au Travers Du Xviiie Siècle Français, 2017 Université de Paris 8, Laboratoire d’études de genre et de sexualité (LEGS UMR 8238)
Statut, Esthétique Et Genre : Trajet De La Danse De Ballet Au Travers Du Xviiie Siècle Français, Hélène Marquié
Le Monde français du dix-huitième siècle
Un tableau de l'évolution de la danse de spectacle, d'une performance noble et masculine et une danse de représentation dont la théorie se partage entre la rhétorique et l'art pictural (les attributs identifiants), puis la mimesis ou danse action, à une performance autonome, ayant sa propre esthétique, au moment où cette discipline naissante minore la danse (Baumgarten, Kant). Par la suite, à partir du dix-neuvième siècle, le ballet devient un art réservé aux danseuses, une profession dévaluée aux yeux du grand public en une "charmante" parade de grâce féminine (suspecte de prostitution), ou une performance de féminité ...
The Narcissistic Gaze In Pipilotti Rist’S Video Work Mutaflor (1996), 2017 Ursinus College
The Narcissistic Gaze In Pipilotti Rist’S Video Work Mutaflor (1996), Yanlin Li
Art and Art History Summer Fellows
The project focuses on the research of the visual culture in the context of western societies from the 1970s to the 1990s and the art criticism on video art during that time. The final product of this project is an art criticism on the video artwork Mutaflor, made by Pipilotti Rist, an internationally renowned contemporary video and installation artist.
Investigating Female Indigenous Leadership In Latin America, 2017 Ursinus College
Investigating Female Indigenous Leadership In Latin America, Roseangela G. Hartford
Spanish Summer Fellows
This project investigates gender constructs and the complex assigned gender roles in settings of female indigenous leadership in Latin America. It examines two distinct indigenous communities, including the BriBri society in Yorkín, Costa Rica and the Maya peoples in Santa Anita, Guatemala that demonstrate the circumstantial spectrum in which women can obtain leadership roles and what actors directly influence this process. Each case study explores the fluidity of gender identities in which concepts of masculinity often guide female empowerment and liberation. With Costa Rica abolishing their military in 1948 and Guatemala experiencing a 36-year civil war (1960-1996) and a major ...
Incorporating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender (Lgbt) Health Concepts Into Nursing Curricula: What Nursing Faculty Should Know, 2017 Linfield College - Portland Campus
Incorporating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender (Lgbt) Health Concepts Into Nursing Curricula: What Nursing Faculty Should Know, Paul Smith, Julie Fitzwater
The objective of this presentation is to help faculty learn how to effectively teach students about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) health, health promotion, and health care disparities. Learning outcomes for this session include how to utilize specific tools, strategies, and resources for incorporating essential LGBT content into undergraduate and graduate nursing programs.
- LEARNING OUTCOME 1: Describe ways to incorporate LGBT content into nursing curricula and discuss the importance of this inclusion;
- LEARNING OUTCOME 2: Identify resources appropriate for nursing students that may be integrated into nursing curricula;
- LEARNING OUTCOME 3: Identify specific health disparities that are applicable to ...
Freya Stark, 2017 Santa Clara Univeristy
Freya Stark, John Hawley
Freya Madeline Stark lived for a century, and into that one hundred years she packed a life of extraordinary daring and ingenuity. "Personally I would rather feel wrong with everybody else than right all by myself," she wrote in Baghdad Sketches ( enlarged edition, 193 7); "I like people different, and agree with the man who said that the worst of the human race is the number of duplicates." Such a motto defines not only her approach to the world but also the character of the woman herself. She had no duplicate. The writings that resulted from her constant travels began ...