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Wolf Who Ate Her Heart: The Canine-Woman Alliance in the Fiction of Louise Erdrich
The fiction of Louise Erdrich contains a notable alliance between canines and female characters. It is an alliance that helps the women maintain a sense of matrilineal power as they resist colonial patriarchy. The canine ...
The Yinyang Academies in Yuan China (1260-1368): Formation and Development
This thesis studies a broad historical context of the yinyang academy system established during the Yuan dynasty (1260-1368). The Mongol rulers created the system in order to regulate and educate yinyang practitioners, a ...
If Sexual Orientation is a Choice, When Did You Choose? A History of the LGB Student Group at The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 1983-2000
The University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire's Gay/Lesbian student organization (GLO) formed in 1983 and was recognized by the University in 1984. The students spent most of their social lives off campus. The student group ...
"A New Species": Neighborhood and Community Shopping Centers in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, 1941-1956
This thesis examines a topic often overlooked by historians of suburbanization and consumption: the influence of neighborhood and community shopping centers in postwar suburban communities. Conceived during the 1920s and ...
" You have to invest ": Speech-language pathologists' perspectives on teaching literacy skills to students who use AAC
Literacy as it relates to students who use augmentative and alternative communication (SWUAAC) currently has limited research in the field of speech language pathology. Research regarding this population states SWUAAC ...
Students' Digital Media Use in College Writing Classes: An Empirical Study of Preferences, Practices, and Possibilities
This empirical study is an attempt to gauge the extent to which college students are adding visual and other computer-generated elements-such as photos, video, and hyperlinks-to classwork as well as for their personal ...