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    Castillo, Alvaro
    The narrative most commonly associated to immigration, particularly immigration in the United States, revolves around the idea that America is the land where dreams come true, where life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are universal, human right . . .
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    Hithe, Starlon
    My culminating project Trepanning is made up of two sections. The first section,“Afropessimism” is made up of 10 poems on the crippling effect of the 2016 election, and a deep exploration into my own afropessimism. These poems examine my civic anxiety . . .
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    Regnier, Richard
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    White, Kamryn
    Writing about romantic female relationships can be traced back over 2500 years. But until recently, they have tended to perpetuate the narrow stereotypes of lesbianism. These recent narratives create new depictions of lesbianism that disrupt stereotyp . . .
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    Keables, Jeanette M.
    When We Must Walk in Darkness is a memoir beginning with a Critical Introduction, followed by a collection of vignettes, each one representing a significant moment after my son Tyler’s 2002 near-fatal motorcycle accident. In the Critical Introduction, . . .
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    Swanlund, Cherie
    My creative thesis consists of two parts: a literary analysis of four memoirists’ work, and a dual narrative memoir that I wrote. Memory and narrative are inseparable tools life writers utilize in the creation of identity through childhood memoir. Sai . . .
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    Drewry, Christy
    A remembrance of two sisters growing up and growing apart, and a search for who they are today.
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    Okumura, Jordan
    This is a piece about developing and finding identity through family, gender, language, self, story and memory.
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    McManus, Julia Kathleen
    “Sowing Seeds of the Pomegranate: A Garden of Memoir” is a work of creative nonfiction. The inspiration for this project goes back more than thirty years to the late 1970s and early 1980s, a time when the author lived in the backwoods hills of Middle . . .
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    Silvagni, Teresa Kilang
    This is a collection of memoirs about experiences in the Trojan Marching Band at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles from 2000 to 2004.