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Introduction To My Poems: Understanding The Soul In Tieck, Leibniz, Shelley, And Kleist, Tasha Pedigo Sep 2015

Introduction To My Poems: Understanding The Soul In Tieck, Leibniz, Shelley, And Kleist, Tasha Pedigo

Kaleidoscope

No abstract provided.


Digital Space Art (History?), France Languérand Jun 2015

Digital Space Art (History?), France Languérand

Artl@s Bulletin

Invited by ARTL@S Bulletin as visual artist, France Languérand opted for a first-person text introducing her artworks—which develop into the digital sphere, questionning their own sustainability— and recounting the evolution of her relationship the digital space. This walkthrough is guided by her current thoughts about numbers and coding system as creative tools. Languérand’s pieces are only partially visible in the physical world but exist entirely in the digital space.


Bridging The Works Of Horace, Catullus, Ovid, And Haydock, George Bishop Haydock Jun 2015

Bridging The Works Of Horace, Catullus, Ovid, And Haydock, George Bishop Haydock

Honors Theses

I wrote this thesis to explore the metrical poetry of Horace, Catullus, and Ovid, as well as my own poetry and short fiction. I parsed the Latin poems, word-by-word, and provided literal translations, as well as idiomatic translations of selected poems by Horace and Ovid. In order to link these translations to my short story, Into the Last Good Fight, I wrote three metrical poems that synthesize the themes, concepts, and structures of my story with the themes, concepts, and structures of the Latin poems. To provide an even stronger link between the Latin portion of my thesis and the ...


Nature's Presents, Samantha Bator May 2015

Nature's Presents, Samantha Bator

Honors Theses

When many people are outside in nature, they don’t notice many little events taking place. For example, a person might not notice a field mouse darting under a staircase or a frog that is severely injured. This collection of poems documents my experiences in nature, including many happenings that usually go unnoticed.

During the writing process, I went through many steps, probably the most important of which was the writing period. First, I had to find inspiration. Most of my poems were written at Audubon Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield, MA. I found, as I walked around the ...


Forgive Us, Erica Hughes Apr 2015

Forgive Us, Erica Hughes

Student Work

"SpokenWord poetry reflecting on experiences of being a racial minority as a college student."

Posting from In All Things - an online hub committed to the claim that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ has implications for the entire world.

http://inallthings.org/forgive-us/


Parnassus: Classical Journal (Volume 3, 2015), Corey J. Scannell, Rebecca Finnigan, Marianne Muro, Alexandra Larkin, Joseph Macneill, Valerie Kisselback, Kelsey Littlefield, Thomas Krueger, Meagan Freeze, Margaret Macmullin Apr 2015

Parnassus: Classical Journal (Volume 3, 2015), Corey J. Scannell, Rebecca Finnigan, Marianne Muro, Alexandra Larkin, Joseph Macneill, Valerie Kisselback, Kelsey Littlefield, Thomas Krueger, Meagan Freeze, Margaret Macmullin

Parnassus: Classical Journal (v.1-6)

Parnassus is an undergraduate journal published by the College of the Holy Cross in conjunction with the Classics Department. Parnassus' mission is to share the passion of Holy Cross students for the ancient world. All pieces aim to be generally understandable, allowing the field to be more accessible to non-specialists in the community.


Developing An Image-Based Classifier For Detecting Poetic Content In Historic Newspaper Collections, Elizabeth M. Lorang, Leen-Kiat Soh, Maanas Varma Datla, Spencer Kulwicki Mar 2015

Developing An Image-Based Classifier For Detecting Poetic Content In Historic Newspaper Collections, Elizabeth M. Lorang, Leen-Kiat Soh, Maanas Varma Datla, Spencer Kulwicki

Faculty Publications, UNL Libraries

"Developing an Image-Based Classifier for Detecting Poetic Content in Historic Newspaper Collections" details and analyzes the first stage of work of the Image Analysis for Archival Discovery project team. Our team is is investigating the use of image analysis to identify poetic content in historic newspapers. The project seeks both to augment the study of literary history by drawing attention to the magnitude of poetry published in newspapers and by making the poetry more readily available for study, as well as to advance work on the use of digital images in facilitating discovery in digital libraries and other digitized collections ...


Garvin Collection (Mss 522), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jan 2015

Garvin Collection (Mss 522), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 522. Correspondence, photographs and papers of members of the Campbell and Garvin families of Warren County, Kentucky. Included are business records of David B. Campbell and letters written to him in 1850 while he prospected for gold in California.


0829: John Mckernan Collection, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 2015

0829: John Mckernan Collection, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

The John McKernan Collection contains mostly published materials that John McKernan collected related to his own poetry. There are a limited number of non-McKernan publications that he saved.


Cautery, Aaron Brossiet Jan 2015

Cautery, Aaron Brossiet

Open Access Theses & Dissertations

Cautery works with the tools of language and archetypes exploring memory, imagination, ecstasy, and suffering as well as life and death. The poems work to cauterize wounds and give scarred shape, but shape nonetheless, toward the future.


Way Of The Butterfly: A Journey Towards Transformation Through Self-Portraits In-Between, Masami Koshikawa Jan 2015

Way Of The Butterfly: A Journey Towards Transformation Through Self-Portraits In-Between, Masami Koshikawa

Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 2004-2019

It has not been easy for me to talk about myself or describe my feelings or thoughts. Coming from Japan, a collective society, we typically are not raised to do so. Throughout the MFA program at UCF, I have shared my feelings and thoughts through my work. It is important to discuss and inform others of our cultural similarities and differences so that we may gain a better understanding of each other. This process has helped me grow not only on an artistic level, but also on a personal level. My journey towards integration has led me to a meaningful ...