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  • Hernandez, Carolyn (University of Oregon, 2019-09-18)
    In this thesis I apply literary analysis to railroad guidebook illustration (1880-1890) to argue that the framing and decorative embellishments aided the nineteenth century reader in imagining an idealized version of the ...
  • Cottrell, Dylan (2013-05)
    The subtidal marine biodiversity off the Oregon coast is poorly studied and not well understood. The few subtidal studies in Oregon have focused on vertebrates with little regard to invertebrate assemblages. Oregon’s ...
  • Zwier, Emily Rachel (University of Oregon, 2016-06)
    The aim of this thesis is to engage with scholarly criticism of the omniscient narrator to provide new understandings about its distinct manifestation and function in literature. In order to reach new conclusions, this ...
  • Wilkinson, Sarah Wraye (University of Oregon, 2009-12)
    New Urbanists promote development modeled upon neighborhoods that are highdensity and mixed-use with connected streets so that residents will drive less and have a strong sense of community. Little is known about whether ...
  • Aman, Grant R. (University of Oregon, 2014-06)
    This study investigates the impact of democratic control on Turkey's cooperatives. Turkey has had agricultural cooperatives in one form or another since the early l31 h century; before the rise of the Ottoman Empire. ...
  • Kelly, Sean-Michael (University of Oregon, 2020-09-24)
    Military barracks serve the same function today as they did in the first century—housing an Army’s soldiers. Their form has stayed less consistent than their function, however. Since 1973—and the end of the Draft—the ...
  • Pier, Jaime Lee (University of Oregon, 2017)
    When developing an application for blind and visually impaired users, additional features must be provided for that user to extrapolate the same data as a sighted user. The adaptation of thematic maps for blind and visually ...
  • Larkin, Rebecca (University of Oregon, 2018-09-06)
    This orchestral suite is based on an original narrative by the composer and each movement is written as though it were for use in a video game featuring this narrative. Taking place in an other-planetary city, Seraphyn ...
  • Richards, Samuel L., 1982- (University of Oregon, 2010-06)
    Suite of Roads is an orchestral suite comprising of two contrasting movements. This work explores and develops my original musical ideas in regard to the nature of roads and their role in connecting individuals and ...
  • Muth, Michelle (University of Oregon, 2021-11-23)
    The behavior of sulfur (S) in volcanic arcs is of fundamental importance to a wide range of geologically and societally relevant processes. Despite this, the influence of subduction on the sulfur content of primitive arc ...
  • Wade, Jeremy, 1981- (University of Oregon, 2009-06)
    We investigate Cesàro summability of the Fourier orthogonal expansion of functions on B d × I m , where B d is the closed unit ball in [Special characters omitted] and I m is the m -fold Cartesian product of the ...
  • Fischer, Thomas (University of Oregon, 2020-12-08)
    This thesis explores the afterlives of the Chinese revolutionary icon Sun Yat-sen and their relevant contexts, arguing that these contexts have given rise to different images of the same figure. It serves as a gallery in ...
  • Sunfall 
    Smith, Isaac (University of Oregon, 2019-09-18)
    Sunfall is a musical work for wind ensemble based on six short stories in a collection of the same name by author C.J. Cherryh. Each story takes place in a different major city on Earth, millions of years in the future, ...
  • Jordan, Alex, 1979- (University of Oregon, 2008-06)
    We generalize a theorem of Zhu relating the trace of certain vertex algebra representations and modular invariants to the arena of vertex super algebras. The theorem explains why the space of simple characters for the ...
  • Rodenbiker, Jesse (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
    Within China's post-1980's urban planning discourse, shan-shui, a significance-laden compound character set translatable as `mountain-water' or `landscape', aligned with urban sustainability. The focus of this genealogical ...
  • Park, Keun Jae (University of Oregon, 2015-08-18)
    I empirically evaluate three theoretical views of whether and how winning a high-profile CEO award affects innovation decisions. The agency theory predicts that receiving an award will increase managerial entrenchment and ...
  • Konnerth, Linda (University of Oregon, 2014)
  • Ahland, Michael (University of Oregon, 2016-05)
  • Bulatewicz, Tom (2006-06)
    There is an increasing need in the scientific community for the comprehensive simulation of complex, dynamic, physical systems. Often such simulations are built through model coupling, that is, the merging of existing, ...
  • Peterson, Emily D. (University of Oregon, Department of Psychology, 2006-06)
    Forgetting is often perceived as the challenge one must overcome to have a good memory, when in fact, forgetting is actually an important component in maintaining a good memory. If people remembered everything from their ...

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