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Staging nationhood: Topographical liminality and chorographical representations in Elizabethan and Jacobean drama
The primary purpose of the present dissertation is to explore the burgeoning national imaginations staged in Elizabethan and Jacobean dramas, emphasizing how early modern English nationhood began to emerge by negotiating ...
Exploring millennial popular culture: Multilingual adolescents' literacy and identity work in online spaces
The purpose of this virtual ethnographic case study was to examine literate and social practices of adolescent females from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds who are participating in Korean popular culture (K-Pop) ...
Duo for piano and computer
Duo is a composition for piano and live electronics. The goal of this work is to integrate piano and electronic sounds by having both the piano and the electronics imitate the musical language of each other. In order to ...
je me délace: nai-u keshto
je me délace: nai-u kε∫to is comprised of two independent musical compositions that explore diverse parameters of language, meaning, contemporaneity, audience perception, subjectivity and the human voice.
Perspectives on Iris, Goddess of sea and sky
This master's thesis has three principal objectives: 1) to present the history of Iris, from the end of the Dark Ages through Archaic and Classical Greece, 2) to highlight the iconography and material culture most relevant ...
Films of a film of a nation: On "The Destruction of the Russian Monument at San Stefano" and "The San Stefano Project"
This M.F.A thesis project is one that takes the perceptions and fate of the so-called first Turkish film The Destruction of the Russian Monument at San Stefano as it's topic and point of departure; it constitutes an ...
The self, information topics of interest, and media use as information source
From the theoretical viewpoint, the dissertation attempts mainly to contribute to an insight on the perspectives of interactionism and media repertoire of transitioning and seamless media use for information seeking. On ...
Knowledge Sharing via Online Interpersonal ICTs: Application of the e-Mavenism Model
The current study aims to facilitate the practice of online knowledge-sharing with the twin goals of improving online marketing communications and educating online users about health issues. First, based on previous findings ...
Kivunim for Violin solo and Chamber Orchestra
Violin Concerto "Kivunim" (one movement) was performed and recorded on April 18th, 2011 by Slee Sinfonietta and the soloist, Yuki Numata, conducted by James Baker. Kivunim is a Hebrew word that can have multiple meanings ...
Effect of quantization noise in statistical key exchange
In the Key Agreement Protocol using Feedback, legitimate users try to establish a secret key jointly by sharing information in public. They use locally generated band-limited, random signals to obscure information sent by ...