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    • Academic and Pedagogical Reform of College Coaches 

      Colwell, Chad (2010)
      The issue that this paper addresses is how the college coach has abandoned the roles of educator and liaison between athletics and academics. The current era of college was examined using academic analysis, interviews with ...
    • Arrested Development/Scrubs: Excursuses on the Use of Fiction 

      Siemer, Matt (2010)
      This thesis investigates two episodic television shows, <italics>Arrested Development</italics> and Scrubs, and attempts to establish why one succeeded with audiences and the other failed. Following the work of genre theory, ...
    • Dancing in the Squares 

      Wang, Yifan (2015)
      “Guangchangwu,” or what is literally translated as “square-dancing,” is a form of public dance that has been exceedingly popular, albeit controversial, in China over recent years. Most of the participants are elderly women ...
    • Henry James: Ethnographer of American Women in Victorian Patriarchy 

      Halbert, Christine (2011)
      This paper examines the social question: is 19th century women's identity socially determined or do 19th century women have the liberty to forge their own identities as they see fit? In order to answer this question, this ...
    • Return to the Motherland: Maternal Landscape and Evolution of Homo Sacer in Beckett, Coetzee, Fugard and Duiker 

      Henderson, Olivia (2013)
      This paper examines how Beckett and Coetzee probe the limits of the human (physically, psychologically, spiritually, legally, politically) and compares and contrasts these two writers (who operate in a more-or-less allegorical ...
    • The Loving Gaze: Philosophical Contemplation and the World as Gift 

      Klein, Julia Howard (2011)
      By looking at different conceptions of what it means to be human, this essay explores the question of the convergence of philosophical contemplation and the loving contemplation of God. Since the birth of philosophy as ...