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  • Greene, Elexus (University of Oregon, 2019)
    Ancestry is a representation of being torn between wisdom and desire, where her youth screams for her to be hip, urban, and carefree while her inheritance keeps her grounded and resilient. Her vision has been replaced by ...
  • Keller, Vera (University of Oregon, 2019)
    A week and a half ago, I turned in a six-hundred-page manuscript to a press for peer review. It began its journey seventeen years ago as my undergraduate thesis. In fact, it is the second book to grow out of my thesis. Who ...
  • Avis, Ben; Ludden, Allie; Mackin, Hunter; Martinez, Andreas; Petitt, Sean; Porter, Elizabeth; Rasmussen, Emma; Steele, Miles (University of Oregon, 2019)
    This study seeks to understand the implications that projected climate change will have on the phenology of seven prairie grass and forb species, such as disruptions in species interactions and native biodiversity loss. ...
  • Pearman, Joshua J. (University of Oregon, 2019)
    Our inspiration to conduct research can come from anywhere. For some, it might be an interesting idea from a lecture, or a unique detail from a research article. For others, it could be an observation of the world around ...
  • Currie, Luke (University of Oregon, 2019)
    Through an analysis of Søren Kierkegaard’s Diapsalmata from the first volume of Either/Or, a work which exhibits strikingly contemporary ways of thinking, this paper seeks to uncover the complex and paradoxical ways in ...
  • Tyler, Bethan (University of Oregon, 2019)
    Theories of feminist utopia tend to focus on its presence within science/speculative fiction, upholding works like Marge Piercy’s 1976 novel Woman on the Edge of Time as exemplars of the genre. Literary critics typically ...

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