# Browse College of Liberal Arts and Sciences by Title

• (2003)
African-American women schoolteachers played an important role in African-American communities. They applied innovative methods to relieve the conditions of an inadequate educational system and in the process made enormous ...

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• (1995)
"I am the Devil's Own" examines the ways the criminal justice system interacted with social services and military regulation to foster and impose class, gender, and ethnic identities on inhabitants of the Dutch East Indies ...

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• (2001)
This dissertation examines the possible value of utilizing theories of the human subject derived from recent philosophical work to understand the practices of mass media audiences. The first half of the manuscript provides ...

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• (2012-02-01)
My dissertation explores postbellum texts that put African American womanhood at the heart of their narratives, both as an abstract symbol of race and gender and as embodied through female characters. I focus on realist ...

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• (1998)
For the purposes of this dissertation, I began my study by narrowing the focus to the years between and including 1985 to 1994, a seemingly arbitrary decision, though one which, upon reflection, makes sense to me. Few works ...

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• (2011-05-25)
In considering the deontic perspective of justice, research has called for the study of individual difference variables that explain differential reactions to unfair treatment. This is specifically due to the emerging ...

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• (2000)
The widespread action of estrogens in the human body has prompted the development of a large variety of steroidal and non-steroidal ligands, trying to mimick or antagonize estrogenic effects. Partial agonists, with a tissue ...

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• (1991)
Covellite, $\rm Cu\sp{I}\sb2(S\sb2)Cu\sp{II}S$ (T$\sb{\rm c}$ = 1.66 K) and $\rm YBa\sb2Cu\sp{II}\sb2Cu\sp{III}O\sb{7-x}\ (T\sb{c}$ = 92 K) are similar in that both are superconductors containing layered structures and ...

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• (2004)
Part II. The study of saturated hydrocarbons on metal surfaces continue to be of interest in order to understand molecule-surface interactions related to C-H bond activation. Interest has also been enhanced by the presence ...

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• (2013-05-24)
ABSTRACT I. BIOMIMETIC OXIDATIONS USING NON-HEME IRON CATALYSIS Nature’s oxidation catalysts promote a remarkable variety of highly selective oxidation reactions of alkanes, olefins, and arenes. Inspired by this diversity ...

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Part I of this dissertation describes the investigation in APTC employing a chemoinformatic analysis of the alkylation of a protected glycine imine with libraries of enantiomerically enriched quaternary ammonium ions. The ...

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