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  • Disability, Embodiment, and Resistance: The Rhetorical Strategies of Disability Activitm 

    Osorio, Ruth Danielle (2018)
    “Disability, Embodiment, and Resistance: The Rhetorical Strategies of Disability Activism” argues that disability activists channel their experiences of disability at each stage of organizing and delivering activist rhetoric. ...
  • Representation of Books and Readers in English Renaissance Drama 

    Adams, Brandi Kristine (2018)
    This study presents a novel approach to the history of books and reading by encouraging scholars to look beyond the archives to include the study of English Renaissance Drama to understand how early modern readers interacted ...
  • Caleb 

    Chism, Carlos Alonso (2018)
    Caleb is a post-apocalyptic novel set in the Philadelphia suburbs. The novel begins fifteen years after a genetically engineered version of smallpox ravages the country, killing 90% of the population. The present tense of ...
  • Edgeland 

    Brown, Pierce (2018)
    Ranging in subjects—from the destruction of Appalachian landscapes to observations of grief, from the wonderment of the natural world to the art of Pavel Tchelitchew—the poems in Edgeland question the indelible and cyclical ...
  • Edith: A Novel 

    Myrick, Emily (2018)
    Edith is a novel of historical fiction set in Rome, Georgia as the US enters World War II. The novel begins just after Edith Didon has lost her mother to a prolonged illness. Soon after, Edith moves into the city to pursue ...

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