"Alternative" childbirth: the complexity of birthing among Latinx folk in the United States
"Digital bulbs and tubers": communal narratives and collective knowledge formation in online breast cancer support forums
"Racism is Solved!" A Fake Conservative's Guide to Social Justice
Under the cloak of a character who is as ignorant as he is conservative, Stephen Colbert delivers snaps-worthy "truthiness"-insights that often shine a light to mainstream systemic forms of oppression by embodying their very nature. In my thesis, I acknowledge...
"To make his own hearthstone smile": working-class fatherhood and the Chartist movement
A comparative study on healthcare in the United States and the United Kingdom
A Dark Portrait: John Britton’s Denunciation of John Soane
This article presents hitherto overlooked documents at Vassar College in the United States relating to the character and reputation of the architect John Soane (1753–1837). The antiquarian and topographic author John Britton (1771–1857), a lifelong friend and associate of Soane...
A perspective of the dental state in America: interpreting the socioeconomic costs from poor oral care
AI protocol 13
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American Jewish Summer Camp: Changing Identity in Community
I will explore how Eden Village Camp serves as a model of positive Jewish identity formation. Jewish identity is inherently dependent on social relationships, and Jewish summer camp provides a breeding ground of socialization where interactions happen in an intense...
An analysis of the neoliberal risk state's necropolitic and citizenship denial pertaining to low-income mothers
Animalism & love in the works of Edward Albee
anti-Pride: disrupting gay pride parades, igniting queer futures
Are you still watching?: an exploration of Netflix, binge watching, adaptation, and narrative structure
Aren't Americans Human? Conceptualizing Intimate Partner Violence as a Human Rights Violation in the United States
Art Is What We Say It Is: "Easy Art" and the Pragmatics of Interpretation
Since 2009, Brad Troemel and Lauren Christiansen have run the Jogging, a blog on the popular social media site Tumblr in which they and others post a variety of sloppily rendered and generally silly images to be viewed and shared...