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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
The Comic Function of Two Mothers: Belisa and Angela1984Williamsen, Amy R.FacultyLanguages, Literatures, and Cultures, UNCG
A Different Feminist Scholarship: Research Challenges in Eighteenth-Century America2009Weyler, Karen A.FacultyEnglish, UNCG
Gender and Literary Valorization: The Awakening of a Canonical Novel2002Westervelt, Saundra DFacultySociology, UNCG
Genealogical Counternarratives in the Writings of Mary Carey2012Dowd, Michelle M.FacultyEnglish, UNCG
A hard kind of freedom: absurdity, choice, and responsibility in the writings of Harriet Jac...2013Little, Jawana SoutherlandStudentEducational Studies, UNCG
Leaning Too Hard Upon the Pen: Suburb Wenches and City Wives in Westward Ho.2002Dowd, Michelle M.FacultyEnglish, UNCG
Literary Critics at Work and their Information Needs: A Research-Phases Model.1999Chu, Clara M.FacultyLibrary and Information Studies, UNCG
The Polar Regions2013Canada, Mark FacultyProfessor, English,Theatre & Foreign Languages, UNCP
Postmortem postmodernists : authorship and cultural revisionism in late twentieth-century na...2006Savu, Laura E.StudentEnglish, UNCG
Pragmatism as a conceptual framework for Binx’s “search” in the Moviegoer.2010Jolliff, Grant D.StudentEnglish, UNCG
Re-Writing in the Margins: Caro's Valor, agravio y mujer as Challenge to Dominant Discourse1992Williamsen, Amy R.FacultyLanguages, Literatures, and Cultures, UNCG
Review of El teatro español del siglo de oro: métodos y enfoques críticos1992Williamsen, Amy R.FacultyLanguages, Literatures, and Cultures, UNCG
Sexed-Up and Dumbed-Down: Black Southern Men in James McBride's Miracle at St. Anna2011Green, Tara T.FacultyAfrican American & African Diaspora Studies, UNCG
"What are You?": Exploring Racial Categorization in Nowhere Else on Earth2006Locklear, Erica Abrams FacultyDepartment of Literature and Language, UNCA