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  • Baker, Kerry (2019-12-04)
    The witch figure has long been the quintessential female villain. On the surface she is menacing and dangerous because she casts harmful spells and hurts children; on a deeper level she is a threat to the stability of ...
  • Pr'Out, Kristian (2019-08-15)
    Max Stirner's 19th century philosophy can be re-evaluated in the context of a contemporary union of anarchism and French post-structuralism. This union, known as post-anarchism, offers a new critical context in which Stirner ...
  • Wahlgren, Erica (2019-05-09)
    This paper develops a theoretical framework informed by critical cartography, power dynamics of subjugation and domination, ecocriticism, post-colonialism, and acts of resistance in order to examine landscapes as socially ...
  • Roush, Elizabeth (2019-05-09)
    The following essays explore the ways that the discursive construction of celebrities manipulates cultural ideals and analyze how those celebrities’ cultural meanings can be purposefully manipulated by putting the celebrity ...
  • Strawser, Jennifer (2019-05-08)
    This thesis applies Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory of trauma to William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury. Chapter One of this thesis discusses Freud's theory of archaic heritage, which argues that a trauma can be ...