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ThesisFarias, JoseThe Gothic genre is well known for its ability to provide a good scare. However, more than mere entertainment, its usefulness is far more reaching than what yields on the surface. The Gothic genre helps advance further discussions that are indispensab . . .
ThesisBrown, AmeliaDisability affects everyone, either first-hand or indirectly. However, discussion of disability in our culture seems to be verboten. Disabled people make up our largest minority group, but perhaps fear of physical imperfection controls the silence abo . . .
ThesisDeMatteo, MarioA two part critical and creative investigation of the use of violence in children's science fantasy graphic novels. While this thesis is primarily creative, the project incorporates theoretical principles from colonial theory, post-colonial theory, ju . . .