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A Materialist Critique of the Settler Occupation of Maine in Stephen King’s Pet Sematary
THE EMBODIED ODDITY: EMPOWERING TESTIMONIES OF DISABLED SOUTHERN WOMEN WRITERS
The Classical Dilemma and Probation Officer Training in Florida: An Ethnographic Content Analysis of Rules, Routines, Roles, Rituals, and Relationships
5th Wave: The Fault of Women
The Marvelous Garden of Marcel Verdell
LA REPRESENTACIÓN DEL TRAUMA PERMANENTE EN COLOMBIA SECUNDARIO AL CONFLICTO ARMADO EN LOS EJÉRCITOS DE EVELIO ROSERO
DU FANTASTIQUE FRANÇAIS AU RÉEL MERVEILLEUX HAÏTIEN : L’INCONTOURNABLE VA-ET-VIENT LITTÉRAIRE
Feminist Phenomenologies of Illness
Tomorrow is Saint Valentine’s Day: Ophelia Visualized
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Cultural Competence: An Interpretive Analysis for Cultural Competence of Federal Departments’ Strategic Plans
Through a Glass Darkly
Social Constructions and Narratives: An Analysis of the US Refugee Policy From 1980-2018
CRITICAL RACE THEORY, TWITTER, BLACK SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND BLACK SOCIAL PROTEST FROM A CRITICAL-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
Reimagining Climate Change: Visualizing the Future of Sustainability
On Blackness and Being: Cameron Awkward-Rich’s Sympathetic Little Monster(s)
EVALUATING EVALUATION: A STATISTICAL INVESTIGATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE SAMPLING
GENDER-BENDING GENRES: QUEERNESS, FEMALE MASCULINITY, AND WARRIORSHIP IN C.L. MOORE’S JIREL OF JOIRY
Homebound: Spatializing the Immigrant Experience by Breaking Down Barriers in Virtual Reality
THE POLITICAL ECOLOGY OF SOUTH FLORIDA: INDIGENOUS RIGHTS AND THE EVERGLADES
YOU CAN STILL FALL IN LOVE AT THE END OF THE WORLD

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