"I have come from Paris to tell you not to alter a single word:" Joyce's Ulysses and the Paradox of Translation
Are you still watching?: an exploration of Netflix, binge watching, adaptation, and narrative structure
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...
College-aged women on Instagram: an analysis of gender and social media
Through an analysis of gender and image theory as well as data gathered through survey, coding and interviews, I sought to explore how twenty-first century women both perform femininity through social media and challenge gendered stereotypes while doing so. I...
I Love Caesura: Chris Kraus's I Love Dick inspected
Manifestopheles: an investigation into the Faustian nature of adaptation
Memories, a place
My queer body in Horiz0n
Psychic splitting and the rupture of self: a Freudian analysis of the double in literary theory and Frankenstein
Re-Presenting Reproductive Rights: A Matrixial Approach to the Abortion Debate
Society of the Culinary Spectacle: An Analysis of the Mediated Relationship Between Female Celebrity Chefs And the Kitchen
Gender remains a primary issue in the culinary, area, and a diachronic analysis of the portrayal of women in food media highlights the role that representation plays in both reinforcing and easing this divide. By examining the personas of Julia...
Tensions between design and logistics in the creation of a multi-media space
Textbook: the sitcom, "Louie", and the French New Wave
It is through visual storytelling style, Francois Truffaut believed, that a director's expressive tendencies could be seen, imprinting a work with their signature style. In the world of television, collaboration is key and production's industrial processes tend to erase the...