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  • Lucy Stone: Speaking out for Equality 

    Kerr, Andrea Moore (1995)
    This dissertation attempts a cultural, political, and traditional biography of the abolitionist and feminist leader, Lucy Stone, (1818-1893). It also offers a major revision of nineteenth-century historians' treatment of ...
  • Clio at College Park: The Teaching of History at the University of Maryland, 1859-1968 

    Ross, Martha Jackson (1978)
    The evolution of the teaching of history at the University of Maryland reflects both the changing role of history as a course of study and the altered status of history as a scholarly discipline. After a succession of ...
  • THE UNCONVENTIONAL BALLET BODY IN THE 21ST CENTURY 

    ROCHER BARNES, CAROLINE (2022)
    The Unconventional Ballet Body in the 21st Century represents the written portion of my thesis project in support of my dance choreography Bodily Intelligence, both requirements of the M.F.A. in Dance at the University of ...
  • Repositioning Cognitive Kinds 

    Roige Mas, Aida (2022)
    This dissertation puts forward a series of theoretical proposals aimed to advance our understanding of cognitive kinds. The first chapter introduces the general debates that provide the philosophical underpinnings for the ...
  • CIVIC DRAMATURGY: CULTURAL SPACE, ARTISTIC LABOR, AND PERFORMANCES OF URBAN PLANNING IN 21ST CENTURY CHICAGO 

    Thomas, LaRonika (2022)
    This dissertation develops a theory of “civic dramaturgy.” Civic dramaturgy is a process of performing identity through changes to and impacts on the built environment, as well as a method of analyzing and contextualizing ...

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