Search Constraints

Filtering by: Campus Dominguez Hills Remove constraint Campus: Dominguez Hills Department Humanities External Program Remove constraint Department: Humanities External Program

Search Results

  • 5h73pw73p?file=thumbnail
    Masters Thesis
    Simmons, Meredith
    Although frequently remembered as theatrical entertainment, the works of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II also serve as a lasting way to measure the impact of history on culture and vice versa. From Oklahoma! to the Sound of Music, each Rodger . . .
  • 9k41zd89r?file=thumbnail
    Masters Thesis
    Lingenfelter, Laura
    The iconography of ancient Maya art addresses Maya mythology and communicates the Maya belief system. The decipherment of Maya glyphs has contributed to the understanding of the historical circumstances of much of ancient Maya art; however, the art is . . .
  • W6634392c?file=thumbnail
    Masters Thesis
    Herzberg, Christopher
    In the early 1930s, a group of writers met each week and discussed their literary works in progress. The types of support varied from confidence builder to constructive criticism from fellow writers. Many times, Tolkien and Lewis’s discourse resulted . . .
  • S7526c73w?file=thumbnail
    Masters Thesis
    Garcia, Javier
    This paper analyzes the representation of the city in Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus. The competitive conflict between the characters Antonio Salieri and Wolfgang Mozart of the play, two classical composers competing for the adulation of Emperor Joseph . . .
  • Vm40xr96j?file=thumbnail
    Masters Thesis
    Brown, Aaron M.
    This study explores the concept of mythic monstrosity and how John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (J.R.R. Tolkien) used it within his own literature. It analyzes the concept of evil in literary creatures by looking at the traits that they exhibit in medieval li . . .
  • 0z708w73x?file=thumbnail
    Masters Thesis
    Baez, Stefani
    This paper demonstrates that the findings of Black Feminist Theory run parallel to the themes of selected novels by famed black female authors such as: Maya Angelou, Toni Cade Bambara, Toni Morrison, and Alice Walker. These authors address core theore . . .