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    • A Letter from San Francisco 

      Scamardo, Peter (2019-05)
      Imagine North America, the year 1763. The British have just defeated the French in the Seven Years' War. Now imagine that, in the aftermath of the war, the British agree to a form of Benjamin Franklin's Albany Plan, creating ...
    • FROM PRIESTS TO PROSTITUTES: TRAUMA, SHAME, AND THE FORMATION OF THE SEXUAL SELF IN THE EARLY WORKS OF JAMES JOYCE AND JOHN MCGAHERN 

      Strickland, Ashlie (2018-12)
      The dynamics of early- to mid-twentieth- century Irish Catholicism that run across Joyce's and McGahern's early semi-autobiographical narratives, thwarted expectations of family, trauma, and shame, work together in The ...
    • From the Mind of 

      Ward, Aubrey (2019-05)
      A collection of poems from Aubrey Ward's undergraduate college career, this senior honors thesis represents the best of Aubrey's creative endeavors at the time of his graduation from the University of Houston in May 2019.
    • Nascent Hue 

      Nair, Ketaki (2019-05)
      Maggie Nelson writes in, Bluets, "There are no instruments for measuring color; there are no 'color thermometers.' How could there be, 'color knowledge' always remains contingent upon an individual perceiver." That Nascent ...
    • The Air We Share 

      Mousa, Lydia (2019-05)
    • The Moorean Oculus: Observations of the Unconventional in the Late Works of Marianne Moore 

      Ramos, Abigale (2019-05)
      Marianne Moore, modernist poet, left behind drafts of poetry within her various numbers of notebooks which are preserved in the Marianne Moore Digital Archive. Incorporating these early drafts of her work allows for a more ...