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  • CONFRONTING THE POWER OF PSYCHIATRY: THE PSYCHIATRIC SURVIVORS’ MOVEMENT, 1972-1986 

    Allen, Madeleine Marie Parra (2018)
    This thesis explores the history of the mental patients’ liberation movement in the 1970s-1980s. It shows how psychiatric survivors successfully contested the power and legitimacy of psychiatry via mutual support and ...
  • Public school music booster groups, 2015 revenue data 

    Elpus, Kenneth; Grisé, Adam (2018)
    This is an anonymized version of the dataset underlying "Music booster groups: Alleviating or exacerbating funding inequality in American public school music education?" by Kenneth Elpus and Adam Grisé. Included here are ...
  • "The Biggest Con in History": American Myth-Making in the Stage and Screen Adaptations of Anastasia 

    Weyman, Jennifer Elizabeth (2018)
    The story of Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova has been engrained in the American imagination for nearly a century. This tale has often been told on stage and screen, depicting Anastasia and her most famous impersonator: Anna ...
  • The Emergence of the Fascist Aesthetic in Early German Cinema 

    Timmons, Wendy Cassandra Ellen (2018)
    My thesis explores the development of a fascist aesthetic in German films, examining three significant, active filmmakers between 1922 and 1939 (Fritz Lang, Arnold Fanck, and Leni Riefenstahl), whose works feature an ...
  • Isle of Gold - a story in music 

    Samson, Matthew David Arling (2018)
    Out of the great abundance of stories available to humans throughout history, opera composers and their librettists have favored a surprisingly small subset of these stories in the production of their works. Thus, a ...

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