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    • “Sealing Their Two Fates with a Fracture”: Ted Hughes’s “Pyramus and Thisbe” as an Emblem of the Paradox of Translation
    • Carter, Carolyn
    • This work explores how the 20th century English poet Ted Hughes translates one episode from Ovid’s Metamorphoses (the “Pyramus and Thisbe” myth included in Hughes’s Tales from Ovid) to make it an emblem for his notions about translation. In...


    • “Th’ offense pardons itself”: Sex and the Church in “Othello” and “Measure for Measure”
    • Windsor, Jeffrey Wayne 1971-
    • In 1604, James had newly ascended to the throne and England was now part of Great Britain. The Puritans—largely silenced during Elizabeth’s reign—began again to assert political influence and call for reformation to both the state and the...


    • “Une transformation profonde”: Decay and Beauty in Cléo from 5 to 7
    • Garver, Susan J.
    • Cléo from 5 to 7 is perhaps the most famous work of influential French filmmaker Agnès Varda, who is often called the “Grande Dame of the New Wave”. The depth of symbolism, the richness of imagery, the beginnings of cinécriture (a Varda-ism...


    • “Who Would Keep an Ancient Form?”: In Memoriam and the Metrical Ghost of Horace
    • Stewart, Ryan D 1982-
    • Although Alfred Tennyson’s 1850 elegy, In Memoriam, has long been regarded for the quality of its grief and its doubt, the deepened sense of struggle and doubt produced by his allusions to Horace in both the matter and the meter of the poem have...


    • “You’ve Got to Be Carefully Taught”: Reflections on War, Imperialism and Patriotism in America’s South Pacific
    • Butler, Jayna D.
    • Underneath the romance, comedy and exoticism, South Pacific is a story that questioned core American values, exploring issues of race and power at a time when these topics were intensely relevant—the original opened just four years post WWII, on...


    • .(In|Out)sider$
    • Harwood, Jerel M.
    • This thesis explores the insider/outsider dynamic experienced by individuals as they enter diverse social situations. The shift from insider to outsider is evoked through an art installation of 18 sculptures drawing influence from “goth”...


    • 24 Hour Portraits
    • Cowan, Lee R 1967-
    • I believe an individual can be profiled by their color preferences, but not indefinitely, for a shorter period of time, a 24-hour period of time. A person’s state of mind will change continually based on their experiences. These experiences will...


    • 29 MAI 2005 : Le "NON" Franais au traite Etablissant une Constitution pour l'Europe: analyse d'un Evenement historique, symbole d'un malaise
    • Prevot, Baptiste Marc 1979-
    • Le but de cette these est de presenter une vue d'ensemble du Traite constitutionnel europeen, et d'apporter une explication quant a  son rejet par une majorite d'electeurs francais lors du referendum tenu le 29 mai 2005. Dans un premier temps,...


    • 3D Image Reconstruction and Level Set Methods
    • Patty, Spencer R
    • We give a concise explication of the theory of level set methods for modeling motion of an interface as well as the numerical implementation of these methods. We then introduce the geometry of a camera and the mathematical models for 3D...


    • 500 Essential English Words for ESL Missionaries
    • Thompson, Carrie A 1975-
    • In order to help ESL missionaries teach the gospel from their hearts using their own words, I have developed a 500-word list of core gospel vocabulary in English. To enhance the 500-word list, I included a lexicon with simple definitions, some...


    • 7- and 12-Month-Olds' Intermodal Recognition of Affect: 7-Month-Olds are "Smarter" than 12-Month-Olds
    • Whiteley, Mark Oborn
    • Research has shown that by 7-months of age infants demonstrate recognition of emotion by successfully matching faces and voices based on affect in an intermodal matching procedure. It is often assumed that once an ability is present the development...


    • 70's "Miscegenation" and Blaxploitation: Fran Ross's Interracial Oreo, and the Super Bad Blaxploitation Hero
    • Collins, Corrine Esther
    • Fran Ross’s only novel, Oreo, explores the nature of multiethnic American identities through an empowered female character that embarks on a Theseus-like journey. Ross devotes significant portions of the novel to the introduction of Oreo’s...


    • « Pour la Patrie, Par la Montagne » : Illustration de l’Imaginaire de la Conquête Dans Tartarin sur les Alpes d’Alphonse Daudet et Là-haut d’Édouard Rod
    • Selway, Anabelle Stephania 1983-
    • La période 1870-1914 est une ère de paix relative pour la France. Apres la défaite de 1870, la politique revancharde française ranime les efforts impérialistes de colonisation en Afrique et dans les îles. Cet élan colonialiste se traduit...


    • The River Duddon and William Wordsworth's Evolving Poetics of Collection
    • Stimpson, Shannon Melee
    • Despite its impact in generating a more positive reception toward Wordsworth’s work among his contemporaries, The River Duddon volume has received comparatively little critical attention in recent scholarship. On some level, this is unsurprising...


    • 'Aha'aina
    • Hafoka, Tali Alisa
    • In a Polynesian feast, food is a metaphor for the essence of Polynesian culture—giving without self regard. As Polynesian culture evolves, its aesthetic standard must necessarily change. Two seemingly conflicting essentials are necessary here for...


    • %27At the Coal-Face of Standardization%27: Uncovering the Role of Copy Editors in Standardizing the English Language
    • Owen, Jonathon R
    • Though much work has been done on the definition of Standard English and on the standardization process, little attention has been paid to the role of copy editors in that process. Editors comprise a class of craft professionals employed to remove...


    • 'Truth Begins In Lies': The Paradoxes Of Western Society In House M.D.
    • Hagey, Jason A.
    • The core of House M.D. is its assertion that current Western civilization lives in a perpetual state of dissonance: we desire to have the rawness of emotion but we can only handle this rawness when we combine it with intellect, even if that...


    • "'Irgendwo muss man doch einmal hingehoeren'": Irmgard Keun as Heiress to the Flaneur."
    • Embley, Matthew D 1979-
    • Flanerie is the art of taking a walk, leisurely observing the movements and spaces of the city. By writing about cityscapes, urban realms, and the condition of society, flaneurs are able to describe the uniqueness of the metropolis and give life...


    • "A Considered Conversion": The Conscious Choice to Accept Christianity by the Populace of Iceland and Greenland in the Era of Scandinavian Conversion
    • Burt, Robert A
    • "A Considered Conversion": The Conscious Choice to Accept Christianity by the Populace of Iceland and Greenland in the Era of Scandinavian Conversion Robert A. Burt Department of History, BYU Master of Arts Most studies of the Christianization of...


    • "A New Policy in Church School Work": The Founding of the LDS Supplementary Religious Education Movement, 1890-1930
    • Dowdle, Brett David 1981-
    • The following thesis is a study of the founding years of the Mormon supplementary religious education between 1890 and 1930. It examines Mormonism’s shift away from private denominational education towards a system of supplementary religious...

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