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    • OPERATOR ADVANCES INTO BRUSH AT FULL THROTTLE 

      Kunkel, Jeremy Thomas (2020)
      I am compelled by the underlying conflicts that feed conditions into the contemporary landscape. Conflicts stemming absurdities such as abuse and neglect by fostering a false sense of disconnect into the sedentary individual. ...
    • The Oboe is a Lady: The Legacy of Britain's Female Professional Oboists, 1920-2000 

      Dusold, Amanda (2020)
      From the 1920s through the present day, professional female oboists have worked in a variety of settings throughout the United Kingdom, as soloists, chamber musicians, and orchestral players. This group of musicians has ...
    • America's Commercial Cold War: Global Trade, National Security, and the Control of Markets 

      Haddad, Ryan Issa (2019)
      Previous works considering the history of American trade policy during the Cold War have tended to focus on either the United States’ export control policy in the unilateral and multilateral context or the Cold War’s ...
    • A Spade, A Spade 

      Murray-Daniels, Shonte Nicole (2020)
      The poems in A Spade, A Spade are mainly obsessed with the poet’s understanding and reconciliation with her family. The collection is in four parts, each of which investigates the speaker’s perspective as a daughter, sister, ...
    • Undone 

      Sharah, Jehane (2020)
      Undone is a story about sexual jealousy and obsession told from the perspectives of two women. Nathalie is a journalist in Washington DC who has always relied on her gut instincts, but when she begins to suspect that her ...