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Adriana Corral: Reimagining U.S. History and Creating Memory Along the U.S.-Mexico Border Through Unearthed: Desenterrado (thesis)
By approaching Corral's work from a theoretical perspective, one more fully appreciates how Unearthed: Desenterrado works to acknowledge the dominant historical narrative and how it manipulates which memories are remembered. ...
Re-Imagined Elephants: Authenticity, Authority, and Culture in Indian and South African Souvenirs (thesis)
In brief, then, to properly understand these elephants and other cultural constructions, I posit that these souvenirs present ‘imagined representations’–deliberate, economically beneficial, and performative identities ...
Vox Clamantis in Deserto: Carthusian Experience in the Papal Chapel at Villeneuve (thesis)
The scholarship that has dealt with Giovanetti tends to focus on his surviving works in the Palace of the Popes, especially the chapels of St. Martial and St. John. These spaces have survived more or less intact, and they ...
Res Publica and the Macy's on 34th Street (thesis)
This shift in perspective in turn articulates the protean nature of New York City's worldbuilding projects--their intentional and unintentional uses--provides the framework for the history of the department store type, and ...
If Walls Could Talk: A Case Study at Pompeii (thesis)
Building upon the work of Bettina Bergmann, who shows the critical importance of memory in the creation and reception of Roman domestic painting, I will explore the complexity and multivalence of Roman collective social ...