"From beyond time": a comparative analysis of temporality in William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying and Toni Morrison's Beloved
A Womanist Approach to Urban Development on 125th Street: Making the Case for the Unmarked
Cellular Movements: A Critical Investigation of HIV/AIDS Through Dance
Complex culpability: childhood morality and the rights of citizenship in Jim Shepard's The Book of Aron
Dissecting our heroes: Paul Atreides as catastrophic superhero in Frank Herbert's Dune
Finding Feminism: The Ideologies of Hip-Hop from Black Women in Spaces of Higher Education
Hip-hop is the most affluent subset of Black Culture today. The globalization and mass appeal of hip-hop has made this genre bigger than music; it's style, it's dance, it's art, and even literature. Hip-Hop music is a genre that is...
It's a common feeling
Picturing Possibility: Reinserting the Black Image in the Memory of the Great Depression
Poetics of the flesh: the rearticulation and recuperation of the black body
Senior Project: A Screenplay
The art of resurrection: inheriting an activism from the margins of the aids crisis
The mothers of modern gynecology: an historiographical and poetic exploration of medical racism
The Salty Commons: Oyster Farmers Forging Socio-Ecosystems on Land & Sea
Oystering along Long Island has a long and complex history. For thousands of years, oyster beds grew in abundance in the bays and estuaries of the East End, but with European colonization came unsustainable harvesting practices that led to complete...