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Sermaka Omare: The Ainu motif of protection. An analysis of traditional Ainu artwork
The purpose of this thesis is the preservation and discussion of the artwork of a culture that has been marginalized and almost made to vanish from history. The Ainu people have been pressured to assimilate to either ...
Eighteenth-century women's cookbooks: Authors and copyright
Women-authored cookbooks from the eighteenth century exemplify the economic ethos of the time: commodification of knowledge and ownership of intellectual property. Despite this, little research has been done on early ...
Elizabeth Whitear Sermon Camm: Atypical Mormon pioneer
This study examines the life of one Mormon pioneer woman, Elizabeth Whitear Sermon Camm, who immigrated to the United States with a specific dream of reaching Utah and living among other members of her faith. Everything ...
WoCA projects, building communities through exhibitioning: Curating and spaces for women artists of color
In this dissertation the researcher examines the implications of and strategies for curating exhibitions that feature the works of women of color (WoC) artists. In this study the researcher explores the ways in which viewers ...
Keyboard competence and usage: A survey of board-certified music therapists in the Southwestern region
Disparate treatment among African Americans and women is a significant health issue for the United States population. Provider bias may contribute to disparate treatment of minorities by affecting clinical decision-making. ...
Fighting for hope: The criminalization of trauma in justice - Involved girls' lives and stories of resilience from a juvenile prison
Girls make up a growing proportion of justice-involved adolescents, yet there is a gap of scholarly qualitative data on girls experiencing incarceration. This study addresses that gap by holistically examining justice-involved ...