James Allard, history and philosophy, "The Idealistic Transformation of Logic."
Robert Campbell, history and philosophy, "No Refuge: A Short History of the Western Arctic, 1500-2000."
Elizabeth Croy, music, "Art Song Scholarship and Performance."
Judith Frankzak, education, "Struggling Adolescent Readers: Exploring Policy in Context."
Linda Karell, English, "Rewriting the Author."
Glenn Kawabata. media and theater arts, "A Daguerrian Resurvey of Yellowstone."
Susan Kollin, English, "The Nature of Place/The Place of Nature: Critical Regional Studies and the American West."
Ilse-Mari Lee, music, "The Yellowstone Suite."
Theodore Lipfert, media and theater arts, "Mea Culpa: The Search for Apology."
Sara Mast, art, "From the Ancient East to the Modern West: The Universal Language of Pattern."
Scott Myers, sociology, "Parental Involvement and the Education of At-Risk Students: Moving Forward a Stalled Research Program."
Michael Neeley, sociology and anthropology, "The Origins and Development of Early Agricultural Communities in West-Central Jordan."
Michael Peed, art, "Can Serrat Residency."
Sara Pritchard, history and philosophy, "Technology, Environment and Development in Post-World War II France."
Leah Schmalzbauer, sociology and anthropology, "Youth Buying and Family Survival: Teen Consumption and the Implications for Honduran Transnational Family Well Being."
Jay Schmidt, art, "The Human Enterprise: An Artist's Perspective."
Brett Walker, history and philosophy, "Japan's Toxic Archipelago."
Franke Wilmer, political science, "States, Violence and Norms: Jus Cogens and International Law Regulating the Use of Force."
Yanna Yannakakis, history and philosophy, "Loyal Vassals and Seditious Subjects: Native Intermediaries and the Negotiation of Local Rule in Colonial Oaxaca, 1660-1810."
Contact Linda LaCrone 994-7355