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Spanish 120 - Advanced Spanish Grammar & Creative Writing, Kevin Martillo Viner Jan 2024

Spanish 120 - Advanced Spanish Grammar & Creative Writing, Kevin Martillo Viner

Open Educational Resources

No abstract provided.


Portals To The Past: The Queen’S Visit And The Daycare Exhibits, Julia Figueroa, Kris Yi Xiang Xiang, Ricardo Zhang Apr 2023

Portals To The Past: The Queen’S Visit And The Daycare Exhibits, Julia Figueroa, Kris Yi Xiang Xiang, Ricardo Zhang

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

Our project theme is designed to highlight Sheridan's growing reputation within the

community. This project features two stories: the Queen's visit and the daycare at the Trafalgar campus.

Sheridan is more than just a school; it boasts a thriving reputation as a renowned and

artistic institution with exceptional students and alumni. Its nationwide notoriety demonstrates the school's commitment to community engagement. Sheridan is not just situated in Oakville; it actively contributes to the development of the Oakville community, focusing on nurturing the area's youth.

Our first story about the daycare illustrates the vital role this institution plays in the

education …


The Pie Fight And Aftv Founding Exhibits, Andrew Brace, Alisa Kisseley, Thomas Kendall Apr 2023

The Pie Fight And Aftv Founding Exhibits, Andrew Brace, Alisa Kisseley, Thomas Kendall

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


Portals To The Past: The Sun Room And International Student Association Exhibits, Alejandro Guzman, John Felipe Mangrobang Apr 2023

Portals To The Past: The Sun Room And International Student Association Exhibits, Alejandro Guzman, John Felipe Mangrobang

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


Student Safety And Librarian Exhibit, Emily Harris, Owen Patrick-Tordoff, Tuba Ahmad, Fiona Kyle Apr 2023

Student Safety And Librarian Exhibit, Emily Harris, Owen Patrick-Tordoff, Tuba Ahmad, Fiona Kyle

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


Practical Experience And Theatre Program Exhibits, Ken Kanjanapravut, Wasi Rehman, Zhaovi Mike Li, Zitian Bambi Deng Apr 2023

Practical Experience And Theatre Program Exhibits, Ken Kanjanapravut, Wasi Rehman, Zhaovi Mike Li, Zitian Bambi Deng

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


Portals To The Past: The Animation And Quantum Crucible Exhibits, Hoseung Kwack, Huan Zhao Apr 2023

Portals To The Past: The Animation And Quantum Crucible Exhibits, Hoseung Kwack, Huan Zhao

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


National Champs And Come From Away Exhibits, Aislin Reid, Jacob Bird Apr 2023

National Champs And Come From Away Exhibits, Aislin Reid, Jacob Bird

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


The Marquee Exhibit, Sarah Matheson, Christian Higgins, Brent Beauchamp Apr 2023

The Marquee Exhibit, Sarah Matheson, Christian Higgins, Brent Beauchamp

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


Portals To The Past: The Beauty Parlor Exhibit, Moosa (Ezra) Daniel Apr 2023

Portals To The Past: The Beauty Parlor Exhibit, Moosa (Ezra) Daniel

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


Portals To The Past: The Tiger And Woodslop Exhibits, Muhammad Baahir Jhumka Apr 2023

Portals To The Past: The Tiger And Woodslop Exhibits, Muhammad Baahir Jhumka

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


Portals To The Past: The G-Wing Exhibit, Xander Polsinelli, Carlton Downes, Giles Jacon Poliarco Apr 2023

Portals To The Past: The G-Wing Exhibit, Xander Polsinelli, Carlton Downes, Giles Jacon Poliarco

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


The Scaet And Computer Science Exhibits, Arash Nouri, Jamie Velazquez Loza, Liam Alexander Apr 2023

The Scaet And Computer Science Exhibits, Arash Nouri, Jamie Velazquez Loza, Liam Alexander

Portals to the Past: An Augmented Reality Exploration of the History of Sheridan 2023

No abstract provided.


Problematizing Progress: Building A Postcapitalist Present, Cole G. Shepard Jan 2023

Problematizing Progress: Building A Postcapitalist Present, Cole G. Shepard

Cal Poly Humboldt theses and projects

In the past three decades, the term post-capitalism has found its way into several disciplines ranging from economics to feminist studies. Over these years, its use and definition have made a noticeable shift, from a focus on grassroots resistance meant to carve out noncapitalist spaces within a capitalist system to a focus on utilizing modern technology like automation and universal basic income to demand more freedom for the working class. This project traces the academic discourses of postcapitalism in the United States today. I analyze who is using the term and how to understand postcapitalism’s place in a larger movement/series …


Extending The Frontiers Of The Detective Novel In Adaora Ulasi’S The Man From Sagamu, Onyeka Odoh Jun 2022

Extending The Frontiers Of The Detective Novel In Adaora Ulasi’S The Man From Sagamu, Onyeka Odoh

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

Part of the beauty of detective literature is the mental engagement and psychological contest it stages between the author and the readers, as well as its fascinating probe into the nature and dynamism of crime. However, of greater import are the formulaic structural elements that define the genre—a crime, the detection of the crime, an omniscient detective who intelligently investigates the crime, and a justified resolution of all. Though the structure of Adaora Ulasi’s The Man from Sagamu does not exactly fit into the above model, it is still a detective novel. Therefore, this essay aims to propose a new …


“My Woman’S Voice, My Sexual Voice, My Poet’S Voice”: Poetics Of Sensuality As Reclamation Of Memory And Self In Yesika Salgado’S Tesoro, Jessie C. Bullard Mar 2022

“My Woman’S Voice, My Sexual Voice, My Poet’S Voice”: Poetics Of Sensuality As Reclamation Of Memory And Self In Yesika Salgado’S Tesoro, Jessie C. Bullard

Toyon: Multilingual Literary Magazine

No previous publications.


Moving Beyond World Music: An Exploration Of Non-Western Music Cataloging Practices In Higher Education And Where To Go From Here, Alastair L. Canavan Oct 2021

Moving Beyond World Music: An Exploration Of Non-Western Music Cataloging Practices In Higher Education And Where To Go From Here, Alastair L. Canavan

New Librarianship Symposia Series: Fall 2021

The term “world music” has been used for decades as a catchall genre to describe any form of music outside of Western classical. As a byproduct of the eurocentrism pervasive throughout academia, its use furthers a bubble that others or ignores Non-Western cultures and their music. By examining the public-facing catalogs of 13 university libraries across 10 different countries to determine to what extent Non-Western music is included in their collections, how it is cataloged, and if the term “world music” is used to do so, the specific cataloging practices and norms that perpetuate a bias toward Western classical music …


Prayers In Prisons? The Politics And Performance Of Christian Faith-Based Initiatives In The Us, Ashley Edliq Oct 2021

Prayers In Prisons? The Politics And Performance Of Christian Faith-Based Initiatives In The Us, Ashley Edliq

Access*: Interdisciplinary Journal of Student Research and Scholarship

This article will address the mission of Christian Faith-Based Initiatives and the correlation of this mission to positive reform in the United States carceral state. The method of identifying positive reform is dependent on the increase in rehabilitation programs, the decrease in recidivism rates, and the anecdotal evaluation of reentry into society. The demographic will primarily focus on men and women between the ages 18 to 65, including all ethnic and racial backgrounds, and use the previous religious affiliation to predict the effectiveness of Christian Faith-Based Initiatives. This article will assess the level of significance of progressive Christian Faith-Based Initiatives …


Lesson Presentation For The Law Code Of Hammurabi, Gabriela A. Azcarate Oct 2021

Lesson Presentation For The Law Code Of Hammurabi, Gabriela A. Azcarate

Student Created

Students will learn how to read, contextualize, interpret, and evaluate historical documents to interpret human behavior and culture and to make connections between past and present.

In this lesson, students will use Hammurabi’s Code to analyze and examine the religious, economic, political, and social facets of life in Mesopotamian society.


Carolina African Runner Peanuts: Connecting African And Alabamian Agricultural History, Abby West, Gary Padgett, Matthew D. Campbell May 2021

Carolina African Runner Peanuts: Connecting African And Alabamian Agricultural History, Abby West, Gary Padgett, Matthew D. Campbell

The Councilor: A National Journal of the Social Studies

Social Studies has the potential to impact STEAM education in unrealized ways. It can have this impact by being meaningful, integrative, value-based, challenging, and active. This article examines teaching about Carolina African Runner peanuts and the history of Alabama’s agriculture. The introduction of peanuts to Alabama and the enslavement of African people cannot be removed from a lesson such as this – nor should it. It is through value-based education that social studies contributes the most to STEM and STEAM lessons. This article is significant in that it demonstrates a history lesson that is active rather than passive. This article …


A Chronology Of Medieval Historical Narratives, János M. Bak, Ivan Jurković, Justin Lake Apr 2020

A Chronology Of Medieval Historical Narratives, János M. Bak, Ivan Jurković, Justin Lake

All Complete Monographs

This chronological guide intends to offer a first orientation in the historiography and hagiography of the Middle Ages, from ca. 500 a.d. to ca. 1500 a.d. Its specialty is that—in contrast to most other reference works—it is not organized alphabetically by author and/or title, but chronologically, by centuries. We attempted to list texts written later—or even much later—than the period covered, but containing relevant information on it; however, we do not claim completeness for these long-term titles. In other words: if one wants to know, which chronicles (in the widest sense) and saints’ lives contain a narrative for a given …


Oral History Informed Consent Form, Digital Kenyon Feb 2018

Oral History Informed Consent Form, Digital Kenyon

Instructions, Forms, and Toolkits

A modifiable form for obtaining informed consent in oral history interviews.


Oral History Deed Of Gift Form, Digital Kenyon Feb 2018

Oral History Deed Of Gift Form, Digital Kenyon

Instructions, Forms, and Toolkits

A modifiable deed of gift form for oral history interviews and photographs.


Tim Tingle: Choctaw Author, Storyteller, And Cultural Ambassador, Joyce Herbeck 5798005 Dec 2017

Tim Tingle: Choctaw Author, Storyteller, And Cultural Ambassador, Joyce Herbeck 5798005

The Montana English Journal

Tim Tingle is an award-winning author of Native American children's and young adult literature. In this interview, he discusses three of his most popular titles: Crossing Bok Chitto, How I Became a Ghost, and House of Purple Cedar.


“New Directions” In Translation Studies: Norms And Industrial Constraints In Linguistic Adaptation, Laurena Bernabo Dec 2016

“New Directions” In Translation Studies: Norms And Industrial Constraints In Linguistic Adaptation, Laurena Bernabo

Laurena Bernabo

Given the complex multidirectional global flows of programming that mark the current era, we must interrogate the power dynamics at play when American programming is translated for foreign audiences. I do so in this project using the Latin American dub of the U.S. television series Glee as a case study. Beyond comparing and contrasting Glee and its Latin American dub, this project has two primary interventions within the field of global television studies. First, this project modifies theorizations of dubbing norms and constraints to include industrial elements. I build on prior research into technical and cultural aspects of adaptation by …


Mrs. Mcintyre’S Fateful Struggles: The Innocent Bystander, Mrs. Mcintyre, Is Inherently Good In Flannery O’Connor’S “The Displaced Person”, Ruby T. Zimmerman Nov 2016

Mrs. Mcintyre’S Fateful Struggles: The Innocent Bystander, Mrs. Mcintyre, Is Inherently Good In Flannery O’Connor’S “The Displaced Person”, Ruby T. Zimmerman

Russell Library Undergraduate Research Award

In Flannery O’Connor’s short story “The Displaced Person” there are many themes that pertain to religion, but in addition O’Connor develops secular concepts throughout the story. One such character, Mrs. McIntyre comes across to the readers as a self centered, racist, and xenophobic woman. She treats her tenant farmers, the Shortleys, Astor, Sulk, and the Guizacs with great disrespect and wants to or threatens to dismiss all of them at different points throughout the story. Critics of Mrs. McIntyre, such as Miles Orvell author of Invisible Parade: The Fiction of Flannery O’Connor, argues that her character is unsympathetic and …


A Shelf Of Reds, Rowan Cahill Dr, Terry Irving Sep 2016

A Shelf Of Reds, Rowan Cahill Dr, Terry Irving

Terry Irving

These are some of the books by Australian radical historians that have meant a lot to us as scholars and activists writing and exploring radical history for ten years together, and for much longer separately. We have selected books that either never made it into the academic history canon or, if they did, are now neglected.


Backup Of Here Is Act I Of A Play About Making Poetry Soup, Soup.Wbk, Rebecca Saunders Dec 2015

Backup Of Here Is Act I Of A Play About Making Poetry Soup, Soup.Wbk, Rebecca Saunders

Rebecca Saunders

Here is a short, two-act readers theatre play that is a tradition at our Christmas parties.  It's a play about making poetry and everyone who wants to participate gets a turn.   You can use the characters as written or include as many characters in the cast at your party.


The Final Showdown: 7 Men From Now (1956), Elaine P. Lennon Dr Nov 2013

The Final Showdown: 7 Men From Now (1956), Elaine P. Lennon Dr

Dr Elaine Lennon

Plot unity in the Western 7 Men from Now (1956) derives from classical tenets of story structure and simplifies the narrative syntax so that every action relates to the central theme of revenge. The film’s hero is a corruption of the traditional cowboy and exemplifies the mid-1950s transition of the genre to more adult representation, leading the Western into its mature phase.


Year Of The Gun: 1950 And The Rebirth Of The Western, Elaine P. Lennon Dr Nov 2013

Year Of The Gun: 1950 And The Rebirth Of The Western, Elaine P. Lennon Dr

Dr Elaine Lennon

In 1950 two Westerns were released that marked the genre’s entry to a new mature phase questioning the role of violence. Their screenplays contain templates of inner reflection and psychological complexity that would forever change the direction of the category.