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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Zora Neale Hurston: A Universal Voice Far Removed From the Orgasms of Harlem2014Canada, Fred StudentEnglish, UNCG
You Made Me This Way: Systems of Oppression in Joseph Heller's Something Happened2005Humphries, Matthew McLaurinStudentEnglish, UNCG
“You have waked me all up”: New Women’s reformist utopian novels of the Progressive Era2018Beeson, Alicia MathenyStudentEnglish, UNCG
Writing program administration and institutional narratives2011Hassell Ritola, Tonya StudentEnglish, UNCG
Wounded whiteness: masculinity, sincerity, and settlement in contemporary U.S. fiction2015Laminack, Zachary S.StudentEnglish, UNCG
Women's rhetoric(s) as a method for feminist pedagogy in composition studies2011Field, Laura A.StudentEnglish, UNCG
Woman, warrior: the story of Linda Bray and an analysis of female war veterans in the Americ...2009Ruffin, Ingrid J.StudentEnglish, UNCG
With Regards from Frankel City2008Walker, Susan OvercashStudentEnglish, UNCG
Wild, willful, and wicked: African American childhood and the nineteenth-century literary im...2013Brewington, Paulette F.StudentEnglish, UNCG
Why whites riot: the race riot narrative and demonstrations of nineteenth century black citi...2011McFarland, Ebone StudentEnglish, UNCG
Who Would Have Thought It?: Space and Hybridity in Chicana Literature and Literary Humanitar...2007Houlihan, Erin KathleenStudentEnglish, UNCG
Whiteface as rhetorical metis in Sharmila Sen’s Not quite not white : and, Code meshing: pra...2020Raghunandan, Janie StudentEnglish, UNCG
"What's in a name?": theorizing an etymological dictionary of Shakespearean characters.2009Beshere, Robert C.StudentEnglish, UNCG
What We Talk About When We Talk About Emotion: The Rhetoric of Emotion in Composition. 2008Vogel, Elizabeth StudentEnglish, UNCG
The Whale, the Whaler, and the World: An Ecocritical Evaluation of Melville's Moby-Dick2021Davidson, Matthew StudentEnglish, UNCG
We are never more human2012Bookman, Elly KathrynStudentEnglish, UNCG
Venus' Frown: the paradox of chaste marriage in the Dedicatory Poems to Salve Deus Rex Judæo...2013Hamrick, Forrest StudentEnglish, UNCG
Utopian discourse: identity, ethnicity, and community in post-Cold War American narrative.2010Tedder, Charles F.StudentEnglish, UNCG
Utilizing the writing workshop in the high school English classrooms2016Snider, Elizabeth MichelleStudentEnglish, UNCG
Undue burdens: the Black woman subject in June Medical Services LLC. V. Russo : and, “Will y...2020Carter, Morgan EllenStudentEnglish, UNCG
Underway2013Dashiell, Rebecca StudentEnglish, UNCG
Uncovering agency in oppressive nineteenth-century domesticated workplaces2019Crawley, Kristy LilesStudentEnglish, UNCG
Turning back the tides: the Anglo-Saxon vice of ofermod in Tolkien’s Fall of Arthur AND The ...2016Cutler, Colin J.StudentEnglish, UNCG
Transferring cultures across imagined borders: a look at Quentin Compson and Martin Arrowsmi...2011Barbour, Brian FosterStudentEnglish, UNCG
Tracks we leave2014Julius, Langdon DeanStudentEnglish, UNCG