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Accounting For The Vernacular, Anita Hunter Jan 2982

Accounting For The Vernacular, Anita Hunter

Woman C.P.A.

No abstract provided.


03-04-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Mar 2024

03-04-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

ORSP On-demand Training for PIs, Liz Williamson spotlight, Grant for Studying Clean Energy Production Awarded, NIH Simplified Peer Review Framework.


Archaeology Showcase (2024), Jesse Tune, Jacqueline Frost Dibiasie-Sammons, Aileen Ajootian, Joseph Cruz, Karina Glenn, Greg Palculict, Maggie Wallace Feb 2024

Archaeology Showcase (2024), Jesse Tune, Jacqueline Frost Dibiasie-Sammons, Aileen Ajootian, Joseph Cruz, Karina Glenn, Greg Palculict, Maggie Wallace

Lecture Series

Professor Jesse Tune, UM Department of Sociology and Anthropology
"Moving to the Edge of the World: Ireland's First Peoples"

Professor Jacqueline Frost DiBiasie-Sammons, UM Department of Classics
"Mapping Media: A bird's eye view of charcoal, chalk and ochre graffiti in Pompeii"

UM Classics majors Mr. Joseph Cruz, Ms. Karina Glenn, Mr. Greg Palculict, Ms. Maggie Wallace
"To Rome and Back"

Professor Aileen Ajootian, UM Department of Classics
"Young Herakles"


02-26-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Feb 2024

02-26-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

No abstract provided.


02-12-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Feb 2024

02-12-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

I-RED Program, Training on Python and R available, Christy White spotlight, UM Researchers Find Turmeric, Thyme Oils Repel Fire Ants


02-05-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Feb 2024

02-05-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

NSF Revises PAPPG, Mickey McLaurin spotlight, ORSP Training Available: NSF Project Summary, Inclusive Entrepreneurship Event


02-19-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Jan 2024

02-19-2024 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

UM Library Training for Researchers, Kendra Sampey spotlight, School of Pharmacy's Research Day, MS Aerospace and Defense Symposium on March 29


12.04.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Dec 2023

12.04.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

Week of December 4, 2023


January 2nd 2023, Story Lee Dec 2023

January 2nd 2023, Story Lee

Landshark Literary Review

This piece was written during a sleepless night worrying about the current downward spiral of treatment of trans people. It is a quiet look into the almost-mundane fears and struggles of American trans people.


"Waiting By The Shores", Emily Suh Dec 2023

"Waiting By The Shores", Emily Suh

Landshark Literary Review

No abstract provided.


Out Of Season, Chloe Dobbins Dec 2023

Out Of Season, Chloe Dobbins

Landshark Literary Review

No abstract provided.


Sunday Nights, Chloe Dobbins Dec 2023

Sunday Nights, Chloe Dobbins

Landshark Literary Review

No abstract provided.


Amelie, August, Elisabeth A. Bailey Dec 2023

Amelie, August, Elisabeth A. Bailey

Landshark Literary Review

No abstract provided.


12.11.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Dec 2023

12.11.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

December 11, 2023 Newsletter


11.27.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Nov 2023

11.27.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

November 27, 2023 edition of the ORSP newsletter


11.20.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Nov 2023

11.20.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

ORSP Newsletter for the week of November 20, 2023.


The View From Ventress - 2022-23 Academic Year, University Of Mississippi, College Of Liberal Arts Nov 2023

The View From Ventress - 2022-23 Academic Year, University Of Mississippi, College Of Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts Newsletters

News from the College of Liberal Arts


11.13.2023, Liz Williamson Nov 2023

11.13.2023, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

No abstract provided.


11.6.2023, Liz Williamson Nov 2023

11.6.2023, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

No abstract provided.


10.30.2023, Liz Williamson Oct 2023

10.30.2023, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

No abstract provided.


10.16.2023, Liz Williamson Oct 2023

10.16.2023, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Provenance And Significance Of The Molded Frog Lamp: An Art Historical Analysis, Lucas Laroche Oct 2023

Provenance And Significance Of The Molded Frog Lamp: An Art Historical Analysis, Lucas Laroche

Art and Art History Faculty and Student Publications (Open Access)

Come discover the fascinating story behind the “Molded Frog Lamp” housed by The University of Mississippi Museum as my research paper explores its provenance, historical context, artistic and cultural significance, as well as methods of creation.


10.9.2023, Liz Williamson Oct 2023

10.9.2023, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

No abstract provided.


10.2.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson Oct 2023

10.2.2023 Orsp Newsletter, Liz Williamson

ORSP Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Historical Archaeology At The Chalmers Institute, Mississippi's First University, Antosia Briggs May 2023

Historical Archaeology At The Chalmers Institute, Mississippi's First University, Antosia Briggs

Honors Theses

This study presents a basic description and analysis of the artifacts collected from the 2015 archaeological excavation conducted in Holly Springs, Mississippi at the Chalmers Institute site. The thesis includes history and background on Holly Springs as a city to orient the reader. This text also includes information regarding the program, Preserve Marshall County, as their work regarding the building and site ties directly into the ability of the student archaeologists being able to excavate in 2015 as well as the future of the building. This study analyzes the artifacts found based on the frameworks of the archaeology of institutional …


Execution By Alien (A Collection Of Poetry), Sara Emma Kahane May 2023

Execution By Alien (A Collection Of Poetry), Sara Emma Kahane

Honors Theses

The following is a collection of poems narratively depicting the childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death of a woman and her memories. I will analyze the poetry in meaning and form as well.


Aging An Ancient Maya Population From Actuncan, Belize Using Dental X-Rays, Kaitlyn Nicole Cash May 2023

Aging An Ancient Maya Population From Actuncan, Belize Using Dental X-Rays, Kaitlyn Nicole Cash

Honors Theses

My goal is to determine an accurate age at death estimation of an ancient Maya population from the archaeological site of Actuncan, Belize. This was done by measuring the lengths of the coronal pulp cavities in the individuals’ teeth. I used X-Ray images to measure the coronal pulp cavities of the teeth and estimated age using multiple regression formulae for premolars, molars, and incisors to make age estimations. The formulae came from two studies, Ikeda et al. (1985) and Drusini (2008), that form the basis of my research. Ikeda et al. (1985) was the first to use this aging method, …


Accompanied Solo: A Singer/Songwriter's Look Into The Music Industry From Design To Debut Album, Vivienne Mccracken May 2023

Accompanied Solo: A Singer/Songwriter's Look Into The Music Industry From Design To Debut Album, Vivienne Mccracken

Honors Theses

Vivi McCracken is my self-titled debut Extended Play Record (or EP) that consists of five original songs. This project encompasses all of my creative passions, with the aim of gaining knowledge of the music industry and what it takes to debut an album from concept to completion. I wrote the music, sang the songs for the recordings, and, for my BFA thesis exhibition, I designed all the graphics, merchandise, and collateral.

The cover art is intentionally minimal. I wanted the imagery to be the main focus, so I chose a condensed sans serif typeface that felt playful enough to complement …


Un País Invertido: The Current Immigration Regime Of Colombia, Magdalena Hendrickson May 2023

Un País Invertido: The Current Immigration Regime Of Colombia, Magdalena Hendrickson

Honors Theses

Throughout its turbulent history, Colombia has seen drastic changes in structure and administration. From military coups to shaky coalitions, the country’s infamous instability has long forced its citizens to find better prospects elsewhere. However, with the rise of the Maduro administration in Venezuela, Colombia faced a massive new flow of migrants and was forced to rectify current circumstances without properly addressing its internal issues beforehand. Despite its historical status as a nation of emigrants, Colombia marks a new norm for the rest of the globe. As new issues like climate change and increased armed conflict grow worldwide, countries on the …


Women In Dentistry At The University Of Mississippi: Increasing The Confidence And Skills Of Future Women Dentists, Lakin Cramer May 2023

Women In Dentistry At The University Of Mississippi: Increasing The Confidence And Skills Of Future Women Dentists, Lakin Cramer

Honors Theses

Women in Dentistry became a registered student organization in February 2022. The purpose of the organization is to encourage and promote the professional and personal success of women in dentistry on the University of Mississippi Oxford campus. The historical and current literature of Women in Dentistry serve to provide a framework for the importance of uplifting women as they prepare for a career in dentistry. During my time as Founder and President of Women in Dentistry, my goal was to establish the organization, provide mentorship to prospective female dental school applicants, and increase the confidence and skills of future women …