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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
The ancestral angle on aesthetics, creativity, and the arts. [Review of the book Evolutionar...2007Silvia, Paul FacultyPsychology, UNCG
At the Corner of Personality and Competencies: Exploring Professional Personas for Librarian...2014Kellam, Lynda M.FacultyUniversity Libraries, UNCG
At the Corner of Personality and Competencies: Exploring Professional Personas for Librarian...2014Dale, Jenny FacultyUniversity Libraries, UNCG
Characterization of Popular Culture Icons in LIFE and TIME Magazines2008Stanley, Marshica StudentSociology, UNCG
Concubines and second sons: stereotypes, transnationalism, and the production of identity2009Kuykendal, Dorothy LouiseStudentEnglish, UNCG
Conducting Her Destiny: The Making of a Maestra2008Elkins, Christina WilliamsonStudentMusic, UNCG
An examination of the female lead roles in Show boat as a model for gender based performance...2005Lewis, Anne StudentMusic, UNCG
The Male Librarian and the Feminine Image: Stereotypes and Reality2007Carmichael, James V.FacultyLibrary and Information Studies, UNCG
Northern = smart and Southern = nice: The development of accent attitudes in the U.S.2013DeJesus, Jasmine M. FacultyPsychology, UNCG
The Power of Black Magic: The Magical Negro and White Salvation in Film2009Glenn, Cerise L. FacultyCommunication Studies, UNCG
(Re)envisioning self and other : subverting visual orientalism through the creation of postc...2007Jones, Rachel BaileyStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Stigma and the Inappropriately Stereotyped: The Deadhead Professional.2003Adams, Rebecca G.FacultySociology, UNCG
A story to tell: chronicling retired, Black male teachers’ lived experiences with Whiteness ...2020Stallworth, Theron StudentEducational Leadership & Cultural Foundations, UNCG
What does it mean to be smart: Black male perspectives on school and academic achievement2015Albritton, Travis J.StudentEducational Studies and Cultural Foundations, UNCG