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Review Of “Treasuring The Tradition: The Story Of The Military Museums” By Jeff Keshen And David Bercuson, Craig Leslie Mantle 2024 Wilfrid Laurier University

Review Of “Treasuring The Tradition: The Story Of The Military Museums” By Jeff Keshen And David Bercuson, Craig Leslie Mantle

Canadian Military History

Review of Treasuring the Tradition: The Story of The Military Museums by Jeff Keshen and David Bercuson.


Review Of “Material Traces Of War: Stories Of Canadian Women And Conflict, 1914- 1945” Edited By Stacey Barker, Krista Cooke And Molly Mccullough, Susan R. Grayzel 2024 Wilfrid Laurier University

Review Of “Material Traces Of War: Stories Of Canadian Women And Conflict, 1914- 1945” Edited By Stacey Barker, Krista Cooke And Molly Mccullough, Susan R. Grayzel

Canadian Military History

Review of Material Traces of War: Stories of Canadian Women and Conflict, 1914- 1945 edited by Stacey Barker, Krista Cooke and Molly McCullough.


Review Of “Haunted Britain: Spiritualism, Psychical Research And The Great War” By Kyle Falcon, Tim Cook 2024 Wilfrid Laurier University

Review Of “Haunted Britain: Spiritualism, Psychical Research And The Great War” By Kyle Falcon, Tim Cook

Canadian Military History

Review of Haunted Britain: Spiritualism, Psychical Research and the Great War by Kyle Falcon


Review Of “The Book At War: How Reading Shaped Conflict And Conflict Shaped Reading” By Andrew Pettegree, Tim Cook 2024 Wilfrid Laurier University

Review Of “The Book At War: How Reading Shaped Conflict And Conflict Shaped Reading” By Andrew Pettegree, Tim Cook

Canadian Military History

Review of The Book at War: How Reading Shaped Conflict and Conflict Shaped Reading by Andrew Pettegree


Review Of “Small Stories Of War: Children, Youth And Conflict In Canada And Beyond” Edited By Barbara Lorenzkowski, Kristine Alexander And Andrew Burtch, Cynthia R. Comacchio 2024 Wilfrid Laurier University

Review Of “Small Stories Of War: Children, Youth And Conflict In Canada And Beyond” Edited By Barbara Lorenzkowski, Kristine Alexander And Andrew Burtch, Cynthia R. Comacchio

Canadian Military History

Review of Small Stories of War: Children, Youth and Conflict in Canada and Beyond edited by Barbara Lorenzkowski, Kristine Alexander and Andrew Burtch


Review Of “Four Colour Combat: Canadian Forces In War Comics” By Cord A. Scott, Matthew Barrett 2024 Wilfrid Laurier University

Review Of “Four Colour Combat: Canadian Forces In War Comics” By Cord A. Scott, Matthew Barrett

Canadian Military History

Review of Four Colour Combat: Canadian Forces in War Comics by Cord A. Scott


Review Of “E. J. Hughes: Canadian War Artist” By Robert Amos, Matthew Barrett 2024 Wilfrid Laurier University

Review Of “E. J. Hughes: Canadian War Artist” By Robert Amos, Matthew Barrett

Canadian Military History

Review of E. J. Hughes: Canadian War Artist by Robert Amos


Review Of “But I Live: Three Stories Of Child Survivors Of The Holocaust” Edited By Gregory A. Daddis And “The Long Winter Of 1945: Tivari” By Anna Di Lellio And Dardan Luta, Matthew Barrett 2024 Wilfrid Laurier University

Review Of “But I Live: Three Stories Of Child Survivors Of The Holocaust” Edited By Gregory A. Daddis And “The Long Winter Of 1945: Tivari” By Anna Di Lellio And Dardan Luta, Matthew Barrett

Canadian Military History

Review of But I Live: Three Stories of Child Survivors of the Holocaust edited by Gregory A. Daddis and The Long Winter of 1945: Tivari by Anna Di Lellio and Dardan Luta


Domestic Exotic: Dispossession And Desire In South Florida 20th C Tourism, Emily Nelms 2024 Yale University

Domestic Exotic: Dispossession And Desire In South Florida 20th C Tourism, Emily Nelms

Masters of Environmental Design Theses

Domestic Exotic, considers the conditions that led to the rise of cultural tourism in Florida and examines Yale University’s involvement in this economic phenomenon. Cultural tourism is defined as site-seeing attractions where performers interact with visitors under fabricated conditions. At these sites, ‘the spectacle of the other’ was demarcated onto specific bodies, creating a collective imaginary that helped to shape the infrastructure and public thought of Florida as a travel destination for Euro-American audiences. This document supports an exhibition at the Yale Peabody Museum titled, The Resonance of Things Unseen: Indigenous Sovereignty, Institutional Accession, and Private Correspondence (March 26 - …


Translating And Illustrating Tolkien (2023) Ed. By Will Sherwood, Arden R. Smith 2024 Valparaiso University

Translating And Illustrating Tolkien (2023) Ed. By Will Sherwood, Arden R. Smith

Journal of Tolkien Research

Book review, by Arden R. Smith, of Translating and Illustrating Tolkien (2023), ed. by Will Sherwood


Performing Identity On Social Media: Ethno-Nationalism In A Digitised India, Tara Iyer 2024 Trinity College, Hartford Connecticut

Performing Identity On Social Media: Ethno-Nationalism In A Digitised India, Tara Iyer

Senior Theses and Projects

No abstract provided.


Hollywood And The Emergence Of Independent Cinema: A John Cusack Case Study, Emma Wellins 2024 Trinity College

Hollywood And The Emergence Of Independent Cinema: A John Cusack Case Study, Emma Wellins

Senior Theses and Projects

No abstract provided.


Mapping Asian And Asian-American Community Formations In Hartford Through Culturally-Related Businesses, Hannah Lorenzo 2024 Trinity College

Mapping Asian And Asian-American Community Formations In Hartford Through Culturally-Related Businesses, Hannah Lorenzo

Senior Theses and Projects

Hartford has been recognized as a global city through its diverse ethnic population and cultural formations consisting of Native American, Black, Latinx, Puerto Rican, and Afro-Caribbean communities. Yet, scholars have not yet fully explored Asian and Asian-American community formations in Hartford and how these communities have contributed to Hartford’s global interconnectedness. Through my senior thesis research, I aim to address this gap by highlighting the importance of Asian community formations through Asian-owned business and food practices in the Hartford region.

In this context, my research asks: How are Asian diasporic and Asian-American community formations visible in Hartford through culturally-related businesses …


Understanding Ethical Leadership In Intelligence: Themes In Accountability, Self-Development, And Communication Among Cia Leaders, Caroline Walsh 2024 University of San Diego

Understanding Ethical Leadership In Intelligence: Themes In Accountability, Self-Development, And Communication Among Cia Leaders, Caroline Walsh

Dissertations

This dissertation elucidates the concept of ethical leadership within the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Based on interviews with ten former senior-level officers from across different departments, the study analyzes how these leaders understand issues of accountability, self-development, and communication. The research also provides insights into their processes of sense-making and their methodologies for fostering ethical conduct amidst the complexities of intelligence operations.

Against the backdrop of the CIA's mission, structure, and norms, the study sheds light on the challenges and tensions inherent in the organization's operations. Through a thematic analysis of participant narratives, themes of moral cognition, personal values, and …


An Industrious Little Devil - Tolkien’S Development Of The Elvish Languages At Leeds, Andrew Higgins Dr 2024 Independent Scholar

An Industrious Little Devil - Tolkien’S Development Of The Elvish Languages At Leeds, Andrew Higgins Dr

Journal of Tolkien Research

Conference paper given at Medieval Conferences in Leeds and Kalamazoo which explore Tolkien’s development of the Elvish languages at Leeds (1920-1925).


Artistic Expression Of Medical Experiences Of Mothers Of Color: Perspectives Using Art Therapy, Lauren Barrett 2024 Lesley University

Artistic Expression Of Medical Experiences Of Mothers Of Color: Perspectives Using Art Therapy, Lauren Barrett

Expressive Therapies Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to qualitatively examine perspectives of mothers of color living in the US and their experiences in the healthcare system through art therapy. The study aimed to further identify personal narrative experiences of mothers of color navigating the healthcare system, promote individual voices, and acknowledge disparities impacting those within marginalized communities. The participants in this study included a total of eight identified mothers of color (non-White) living in the US. Participants took part in four weeks of consecutive art therapy sessions either in 60-minute group or individual virtual meetings. One art therapy directive was provided …


Music Therapy As A Support Model In Massachusetts Special Education: A Literature Review, Bonnie Diamond 2024 Lesley University

Music Therapy As A Support Model In Massachusetts Special Education: A Literature Review, Bonnie Diamond

Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses

Mental health directly impacts student propensity for making academic progress in the public education system. For children with disabilities, it is especially vital to develop and implement techniques within special education that deliver personally tailored benefits. According to the United States Department of Education, music therapy offers highly effective support to a wide range of students within the school setting so that they may achieve academic success and be supported in their social/emotional development (U.S Department of Education, 2011; AMTA, 2021). In examining the multifaceted ways that music therapy can offer support within the structure of education and mental health, …


Silent, Or Silenced: Repression Of The Middle Eastern Subaltern, Amanda Arodes 2024 Seton Hall University

Silent, Or Silenced: Repression Of The Middle Eastern Subaltern, Amanda Arodes

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

This paper employs subaltern theory to examine the socio-political landscapes of Palestine and Syria within postcolonial discourse. Drawing from the works of scholars like Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Ranajit Guha, and Juan R. Cole, this study uncovers the silenced narratives and marginalized perspectives of the Palestinian and Syrian people. Through a critical analysis of historical, cultural, and political dimensions, the basis of this research explores how subaltern groups in Palestine and Syria navigate structures of power, resistance, and identity formation. The experiences of various subaltern groups, including refugees, women, and ethnic minorities whose voices often remain obscured within dominant discourses are …


The Use Of Personal Disruption Strategies By Female Executive Ministry Leaders For Career Advancement, Neko Green 2024 UMass Global

The Use Of Personal Disruption Strategies By Female Executive Ministry Leaders For Career Advancement, Neko Green

Dissertations

Purpose: The purpose of this explanatory mixed methods research study was to identify and describe the perceived impact of Johnson and Mohr’s (2019) five disruptive career skills on females in church executive leadership.

Methodology: This mixed methods study highlighted eight women in executive ministry positions in the United States and the impact that disruptive behaviors had on their advancement to executive leadership positions.

Findings: Analysis of the mixed methods data from the eight female ministry executives revealed that females found it difficult to challenge authority in ministry. They understood preparing and the benefit of improvisation. They were humble in self-promotion …


Re-Member Selfhood A Drama Therapy Intervention, Option 1, Angelique Beauchêne 2024 Lesley University

Re-Member Selfhood A Drama Therapy Intervention, Option 1, Angelique Beauchêne

Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses

Re-member Selfhood is a specific trauma-informed, drama therapy, intervention designed to meet the needs of adults with exposure to trauma and traumatic stress, who have pertinent adverse childhood experience scores and/or experience persistent trauma cycles over the lifespan concurrent with somatization. The aim of this thesis was to introduce an intervention which could function as indirect exposure and assist in the integration process taking the whole being of trauma sufferers into account, including body, mind, and soul. Additionally, the hope of this intervention is to decrease perceived physical pain, assist in the integration of the rejected aspect of self, and …


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