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School of Arts and Humanities

School of Arts and Humanities

 

Recent Submissions

  • Allison Nicole Sonia (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Previous research on the topic of reading comprehension has examined how a person can acquire new vocabulary by seeing an unknown word in a text and inferring its meaning based on the context it is found in. This ability ...
  • Abigail Shepherd (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    "The Women of Keene State: An Exploration through Personal Narratives," is a digital humanities exhibit regarding how women shaped Keene State. This project incorporates stories through interviews with alumnae and faculty ...
  • Marisa H Benson (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Our nation is currently facing a massive number of issues. We have learned to foster inequality, discrimination, and judgement towards ourselves and others. Our inability to connect with our environment, with animals, with ...
  • Tia J Auger; Emily Bingham; Kyle Carignan; Charlie Katz; Emily McIntyre (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    In this round table discussion ITW students will present their studies regarding Black music, and its influence on American Culture. Building upon foundations laid by LeRoi Jones' (Amiri Baraka) Blues People and Tricia ...
  • Emily A. Cackowski (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    In the eyes of many literary scholars, it seems that there are no two authors more politically and stylistically opposed to one another than Jane Austen and Mary Shelley. Yet two of their novels, which were composed at the ...
  • Bryanna C Weigel (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Twentieth century Spain experienced two distinct governments, the Second Republic (1931-1939) and the military regime of Francisco Franco (1939-1975). Women's position in society was critical to both. During the Second ...
  • Julia Przekaza; Kayla Worrall; Adriana J DeLuca; Joseph M Cucchi (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Reading Black (LIFE) Narratives by Malcolm X, Anne Moody, Frederick Douglass, Ida B. Wells, Booker T. Washington and other African American writers, our panel from this section of an Honors "Humanities" course present ...
  • Matt deWolf (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    This presentation, in the form of a timeline, will explore how the progression of graphic design styles correlates to the technology used at the time of its production. A cave painting illustrates how primitive tools on ...
  • Zoomie 
    Brittany Powers (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Title: ZoomieChoreographed by Brittany PowersA roller coaster's change in acceleration is caused by a change in direction. While on a roller coaster we slide or elevate in our seats. Our body absorbs the energy that has ...
  • Alanna Halloran (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    In our society we encounter ethical issues daily. A major ethical issue that is happening in our country is the events at Standing Rock with the Dakota Access Pipeline. This pipeline is planned to be built on sacred Native ...
  • Hannah Elliott; Gillian Davis; Alison Gilleran; Kyle Roberts (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Small communities within the United States are experiencing encroaching urbanism that challenges them to protect "rural integrity" through community resource inventories that identify social assets for preservation. Swanzey, ...
  • Jewel L Bean (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    This paper analyzes how Argentinean author Mart?n Kohan critiques the gendered nature of authoritarianism during General Jorge Rafael Videla's dictatorship (1976-1983). His novel School for Patriots (2007) is set at the ...
  • Olivia K Moore (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Hey Pretty Thing, How Much?: The Problematic Reality of CatcallingOlivia Moore This study explores the phenomenon of catcalling, where unwanted sexual attention is communicated through verbal and nonverbal expression. ...
  • Kathleen G Dougherty (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    At the Army Command and General Staff College's Ethics Symposium at Fort Leavenworth in April of 2016, work titled "Responding to Sexual Violence in Conflict" was presented. The purpose of this submission to the Academic ...
  • Madison L. Strausser (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    In Spring 2016 I had the opportunity to study abroad in Krakow, Poland at Jagiellonian University's Centre for European Studies. During my semester I also enjoyed serving as KSC's first intern at the Galicia Jewish Museum. ...
  • Amanda Untracht (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    "Brink of Control" is a well- rounded dance piece performed by four talented dancers, Brooke Meehan, Jacob Chiza, Jordan Pierce, Sarah Zappone. They are accompanied by a recording of the song "Gene takes a drink" composed ...
  • Victoria A. Tine (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Companies like Facebook and Twitter have reputations as being public, easy-accessible, open forums that promote spaces where all users can freely share their ideas, values, and beliefs. This study is interested in two ...
  • Heather Wittmer; Megan Wendolowski; Alexandra White (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Due to the interdisciplinary nature of geography it often gets overlooked and lost amongst subjects, instead of being a sought after resource to support vital skills across the curriculum. The purpose of this undergraduate ...
  • Shelby M Klinck (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    Various assessments are used to evaluate students' academic performance in early childhood education. I will share my research and summarize the assessments used to evaluate and then plan for students' academic progress. ...
  • Sarah M O'Connell; Taryn J Caito; Dana N Falotico; Blaine W Lessard; Tyler B Harrington (Keene State College, 10/11/2017)
    We, the African American modernism class, will be presenting on our final projects on Black Literary works by writers such as Wideman, Larsen, Ellison, Reed, and Harper. Some of our works include: a comparison of novels ...

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