ThesisCannibalizing Cyclopean Ruins: How H.P. Lovecraft's Narratives Sabotage Themselves through Archaeological Race TheoryPenzner, JessicaH.P. Lovecraft is a troubling figure in American literary history. While his works have surged to growing popularity in the last thirty years, his readers have also become increasingly aware of his disturbing ideas on race, racialization, and eugenics . . .
ThesisJohnson, AlexOnly What Does Not Cease is a sardonic and childlike exploration of memory and abandonment using a vomitous neon color palette, the 8-bit graphics of a Nintendo Entertainment System, and creatures that should not be. The work calls out to He-Man and t . . .
Masters ThesisJean, LaurelConventionally, the sublime is the state of mind in which observers of art and culture, comprehend, for a fleeting moment, the incomprehensible. As our imagination cannot conceptualize infinity, or death, our capacity for reason must fill the gaps. Th . . .