Browsing Undergraduate Works by Subject "Race"


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  • Pollanen, Iida (University of Oregon, 2012-05-14)
    Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea (1966) is a postcolonial novel that gives a voice to Antoinette, the Creole woman described as the “mad woman in the attic” in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre (1847). Wide Sargasso Sea has been ...
  • Avila, Maribel; Capps, Madison; Carlile, Kayla; Conner, Jessica; Cosart, Mary; Dean, Izzy; Dillon, Alex; Forbis, Meaghan; Gouge, Hayes; Harlig, Chloe; Johnson, Hannah; Kopf, Erica; Mejia, Raza; Moore, Maddie; Orth, Milana; Pachte, Natalia; Perea, Corina; Pratt, Katie; Schones, Madison; Vann, Morgan; Wright, Natalie (University of Oregon, 2016)
    “Art, Activism, and Popular Culture” (WGS 199) investigates how art and activism intersect to address pressing contemporary social issues concerning gender, race, and sexuality. In particular, the course focuses on how art ...
  • Warth, Whitney (University of Oregon, 2021)
    While it is commonly presumed that adoption results in the formation of a loving family, it can also come with inherent losses to both the families and adoptees involved. In addition to a potential lack of knowledge about ...
  • Moore, Joseph (University of Oregon, 2020)
    Title: Race and Space: Gentrification and Eviction in Tacoma Abstract: Gentrification is a process in which middle class homebuyers, landlords and developers build new structures on previously developed land once occupied ...
  • Lowery, Samantha O. (University of Oregon, 2015-04)
    This thesis examines the predictive devices attorneys use to remove jurors due to shortened selection process in petit trials. This study examines how weight, age, and class are used alongside the master traits of gender ...

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