Graduate Capstones and Terminal Projects

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  • Lee, Soo Jung (University of Oregon, 2022-07)
    Isang Yun (1917-1995) is one of the most influential composers in the twentieth century. He received the title of Living Top 5 Composers in Europe and The Most Important 56 Composers in Twentieth Century in Germany. ...
  • Bengoa Roldán, Marina (University of Oregon, 2022-07)
    In this Lecture recital, I will discuss two piano fantasies composed in Spain, a little over a hundred years apart. I will provide context, historical background, an analysis of the Spanish idioms and other aspects of these ...
  • Stoll, Tyler (2022-06)
    This text focuses on the relationship between my thesis exhibition and a manifesto I have written, both of which are titled "the future is flaccid." The manifesto proposes “flaccidity” as a radical embodiment and tool to ...
  • Haskell, Evelyn (University of Oregon, 2022)
    A processfolio can be defined as a collection of items that demonstrate steps taken to achieve a final product (Newalker, 2015), both encapsulating the final product and the process of its creation (McKay et al., 2015). A ...
  • Bettencourt, Aaron (2022-06-06)
    I believe all teachers should possess a lifelong desire to learn. I have demonstrated this desire through the pursuit of a Master’s degree. Students come into the classroom with certain needs, interests, and ability levels. ...
  • Cunningham, Kelly (2022-06)
    There has been significant research on bassoon music within certain cultures. There has also been significant research on contemporary bassoon techniques. The information we have on both subjects is not entirely uncommon; ...
  • Aguayo, Anthony (2022-05)
    In this document, I will discuss a broad spectrum of topics ranging from biographical information on the composer, analyses and performance guides for the works being discussed, and the presence of traditional Mexican, ...
  • Petkau, Hannah (2022)
    Drawing is a balancing act of reality and fiction. Line and form are markers, representative of space and experience, a record of things tangible and ephemeral. There is the capacity for a linear trajectory but it can be ...
  • Lichucki, Caroline (2022)
    My practice finds roots that extend towards the transient, the mundane, and the chthonic. I am informed by my training in traditional forms of drawing, painting, and sculpture. This foundation lays the framework for images ...
  • Langley, Erin (University of Oregon, 2022)
    n his 1984 essay collection The Responsibility of Forms Roland Barthes refutes the notion of a blank surface writing “No surface, wherever we consider it, is a virgin surface: everything is always, already, rough, ...
  • Herceg, Noelle (University of Oregon, 2022)
    In the cold-lit stale rooms of IDEAL LIVING, her food tray is brought up as close as it could be to her chair, and my grandpa sits behind it. He picks up the spoon and scoops up mush— brown mush, with a little bit of green ...
  • Cebere, Agnese (University of Oregon, 2022)
    My terminal creative project is concerned with spectatorship, freedom and control, the technologies of the grid and virtual reality, theatricality and performance. I investigate the tropes of the Western and the figure of ...
  • Buzzee, Dana (2022)
    Towards offering narrative and details on the research and thought which has evolved into my terminal creative project, Eternal Flux, this report takes the form of a collection of smaller verses through the methodology of ...
  • Amini, Sajad (University of Oregon, 2021)
    Examining subjectivity and its association with a relocated body in diasporic circumstances has become the core concept of my work as an artist. I attempt to justify my own Being and comprehend the reflection of it through ...
  • Card, Jeramy (Department of Planning, Public Policy & Management, University of Oregon, 2022)
    This report analyzes and evaluates Lane Transit District’s (LTD) microtransit pilot program the LTD Connector in Cottage Grove, Oregon. It seeks to determine how effective the service is, the impacts it has on the ...
  • Johnson, Otis H. (The University of Oregon, 1947-06)
    The nature and construction of a given historical work carries with it the obligations and implications of a considerable amount of expended effort toward the ultimate goal of presenting to the reader the historical events ...
  • PINYERD, DAVID A. (The University of Oregon, 2020-06)
    The core mission of the United States Life-Saving Service, later to become the United States Coast Guard, has always been to rescue the victims of shipwreck. To serve this mission, coastal rescue stations were built by the ...
  • HAKANSON KADAS, MARIANNE (The University of Oregon, 1991-06)
    This thesis is the study of the North Oregon coastal community of Neahkahnie, its history and the events leading up to its development, the subsequent summer artist colony, and the early architecture as designed by members ...
  • Curran, Christine Ann (The University of Oregon, 1998-06)
    The Bonneville Power Administration(BPA)was created in 1937 to market power from Bonneville Dam and later, Grand Coulee Dam, two New Deal relief projects on the Columbia River. Between 1939 and 1945 the BPA built a ...
  • Franey, Kerrie (University of Oregon, 2019)
    In order to house the thousands of workers migrating to Portland, Oregon to fill jobs in war-related industries during World War II, Portland’s government relaxed building code standards to allow temporary housing through ...

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