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Regeneration, John Gomez 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Regeneration, John Gomez

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Nobody Told Me Africa Was A Continent: Memoirs From The Rainbow Nation, Jessica Schleiff 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Nobody Told Me Africa Was A Continent: Memoirs From The Rainbow Nation, Jessica Schleiff

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Sidewalk In Yekaterinburg, Russia, Sarah Greeson 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Sidewalk In Yekaterinburg, Russia, Sarah Greeson

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Someone Here Who Doesn't Love A Zombie, Raley Howard 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Someone Here Who Doesn't Love A Zombie, Raley Howard

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East Wyoming Road Trip, Trevor Huxham 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

East Wyoming Road Trip, Trevor Huxham

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Clear Whisper, Elliot O'Connor 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Clear Whisper, Elliot O'Connor

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Starvation, Ashton Stewart 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Starvation, Ashton Stewart

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Endure, Katie Hopmann 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Endure, Katie Hopmann

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Heart Exploder, Corbin Owens 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Heart Exploder, Corbin Owens

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But Just Ourselves And Immortality, Mike South 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

But Just Ourselves And Immortality, Mike South

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The Beard, Beyond No-Shave November, Daniel Anderson 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

The Beard, Beyond No-Shave November, Daniel Anderson

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Community, Katie Hopmann 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Community, Katie Hopmann

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Glimpses Of Heaven Through African Eyes: Refections On A Zimbabwean Soup Kitchen, Sarah Stark 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Glimpses Of Heaven Through African Eyes: Refections On A Zimbabwean Soup Kitchen, Sarah Stark

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Prior To The Fall Of Jeggernaut, Corbin Owens 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Prior To The Fall Of Jeggernaut, Corbin Owens

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Composition, Haley Elizabeth Scott 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Composition, Haley Elizabeth Scott

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Floating Alive In The Dead Sea And Other Holy Land Adventures, Sarah Greeson 2011 Ouachita Baptist University

Floating Alive In The Dead Sea And Other Holy Land Adventures, Sarah Greeson

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A Functional Approach To Social Networking Sites, Erin M. Bryant, Jennifer Marmo, Artemio Ramirez Jr. 2011 Trinity University

A Functional Approach To Social Networking Sites, Erin M. Bryant, Jennifer Marmo, Artemio Ramirez Jr.

Human Communication and Theatre Faculty Research

The widespread use of social networking websites (SNSs) is one of the most groundbreaking communication trends to emerge in recent years. Since its creation in 2004, sites such as Facebook have become immensely popular among college students. Many SNSs continue to experience exponential growth. Facebook, for example, reached 100 million active users in August 2008 and proceeded to quadruple this membership base to surpass 400 million active users by July 2010 (Facebook.com). In addition to maintaining astronomically high membership rates, SNSs also appear to be part of user's daily schedules. In one study assessing Facebook use, Ellison, Heino ...


Indígenas, Indigenistas E Indigeneidad En El Cine Latinoamericano Reciente: Video Nas Aldeias, Juan Mora Catlett, Claudia Llosa, Claudia Ferman 2011 University of Richmond

Indígenas, Indigenistas E Indigeneidad En El Cine Latinoamericano Reciente: Video Nas Aldeias, Juan Mora Catlett, Claudia Llosa, Claudia Ferman

Latin American, Latino and Iberian Studies Faculty Publications

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El ensayo propone un marco crítico transnacional y transmediático, que permite una perspectiva comparatista y transcultural. Esta aproximación crítica se aplica a la reflexión de un breve corpus de películas extraídas de la vasta producción audiovisual asociada con la representación de voces indígenas/indigenistas, en el espacio nacional y continental, en los últimos años. Se propone que esta producción, que se gesta dentro y en asociación con movimientos políticos, sociales y culturales de implicaciones históricas, responden al acontecimiento de la indigeneidad, noción propuesta por Jeff Himpele, antropólogo y documentalista. Las películas que se discuten son: Pïrínop (Mi primer contacto ...


Education, Elisabeth Rose Gruner 2011 University of Richmond

Education, Elisabeth Rose Gruner

English Faculty Publications

In both Keywords (Williams 1983a) and New Keywords (Bennett, Grossberg, and Morris 2005), "education" (Keywords has "educate") is primarily an institutional practice, which, after the late eighteenth century, is increasingly formalized and universalized in Western countries. Bearing the twin senses of "to lead forth" (from the Latin educare) and "to bring up" (from the Latin educare), "education" appears chiefly as an action practiced by adults on children. The Oxford English Dictionary thus defines the terms as "the systematic instruction, schooling, or training given to the young in preparation for the work of life."


Inside And Outside Southern Whiteness: Film Viewing, The Frame, And The Racing Of Space In Yoknapatawpha, Peter Lurie 2011 University of Richmond

Inside And Outside Southern Whiteness: Film Viewing, The Frame, And The Racing Of Space In Yoknapatawpha, Peter Lurie

English Faculty Publications

Though neither film nor film viewing is ever named in As I Lay Dying, both the apparatus of cinema and what we might term its sociohistorical effects are evoked powerfully by and in the novel. These include the passing before the reader’s “gaze” of the discrete, separate “frames” of the various characters’ monologues, as well as, in particular section, a fascination with watching machinery that resembled the interest of early film biewers in the cinematic apparatus (see Doane 108).

If Vardaman and his family are not explicitly depicted as film viewers, they nevertheless show signs of what has been ...


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