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ARCH 449: Gaber
Ptolemic Period Foundation Deposits
By Robyn Price ('11)
Note: Citation style is MLA.
Cyprus: A Look into the Development of Archaeological Theory and Methods
By Sean McGrath ('10)
ART 447: Golahny
The Demotion of Cupid: The Weakening of a Former God through Blindfolds, Bonds, Lust, and Youth
By Kari Allegretto ('11)
ART 320: Peterson
Digital Technologies as a Medium
By Erin Healy ('11)
CCOM 440: Langley
How Does Divorce Affect the Individual Relationships of the Children Involved?
By George Pikounis ('11)
Note: Citation style is APA.
CJ 447: Richmond
Fear of Terrorism and Support for Counter-Terrorism Policies
By Nicholas Zeigler ('10)
ECON 440: Moorhouse
Realism and Rebellion in Friedrich List's National Political Economy
By Drew Boyles ('11)
Note: Citation style is Chicago.
ENGL 217: Lewes
Meter in the Murderer's Mutterings: Proof of Insanity in "Porphyria's Lover"
By Ellen Schmidt ('11)
ENGL 222: Moses
A Puritan Pioneer: A Critical Introduction to the Poetry of Anne Bradstreet
By Aliza Davner ('12)
ENGL 223: Leiter
Eliot's Eternal Sea: Repetition, Regression, and Change in "Prufrock"
By Kari Larsen ('10)
ENGL 421: Leiter
A Fatal Society
By Melody Johnson ('11)
FILM 326: Wild
Depiction Analysis of Cagney and Lacey and Bones
By Erica Smithson ('11)
HIST 0254: Silkey
Shhhh! There's Resistance in Progress: Examining African Americans' Methods of Resisting Segregation in Wade, North Carolina
By Christopher Bernstorf ('12)
Note: Citation style is Turabian/Chicago.
HIST 449: Chandler
The Development of Arthurian Legends
By Danielle Heaney ('11 )
PHIL 301: Young
Plato and the Principle of Opposition
By Phillip Shannon ('11)
PSY 110: Ryan
Sitting Comfort: The Impact of Different Chairs on Anxiety
By Jenna Baker, Ashlynn Beacker, and Courtney Young ('14)
REL 113: Knauth
Political Rhetoric Behind the Solomon Story
By Rachel Rogers ('13)
SOC 430: McCall
Ignorance or Apathy? The Disconnect Between the Marcellus Shale Industry and Lycoming County Youth
By Kelsey Barrett ('11)
Note: Citation style is ASA.
As Long as They're Happy: How Job Opportunities for Children with Intellectual Disabilities Impact Their Families
By Michelle Pastrano ('11)
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