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El Viaje A Marte En La Imaginación Argentina Ayer Y Hoy: Viaje Maravilloso Del Señor Nic-Nac Al Planeta Marte De Holmberg Y Viaje A Marte De Zaramella, Rachel Haywood Ferreira 2012 Iowa State University

El Viaje A Marte En La Imaginación Argentina Ayer Y Hoy: Viaje Maravilloso Del Señor Nic-Nac Al Planeta Marte De Holmberg Y Viaje A Marte De Zaramella, Rachel Haywood Ferreira

World Languages and Cultures Publications

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Kinect And 3d Gis In Archaeology, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Fabio Remondino, Jim Robersson, Jennifer von Schwerin, Giorgio Agugiaro, Gabrio Girardi 2012 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Kinect And 3d Gis In Archaeology, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Fabio Remondino, Jim Robersson, Jennifer Von Schwerin, Giorgio Agugiaro, Gabrio Girardi

Anthropology Faculty Publications

This paper explores the potential of using Microsoft's Kinect to create a low-cost and portable system to virtually navigate, through a prototype 3D GIS, the digitally reconstructed ancient Maya city and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Copan in Honduras. The 3D GIS, named QueryArch3D, was developed as part of the MayaArch3D project (http://mayaarch3d.unm.edu), which explores the possibilities of integrating databases and 3D digital tools for research and teaching on ancient architectures and landscapes. The developed system, based on the Flexible Action and Articulated Skeleton Toolkit (FAAST), controls in a remote and touchless mode the movements in ...


“To Say Nothing”: Variations On The Theme Of Silence In Selected Works By Sor Juana Inés De La Cruz, Sandra Cisneros, And María Luisa Bombal, Hannah M. Frantz 2012 Gettysburg College

“To Say Nothing”: Variations On The Theme Of Silence In Selected Works By Sor Juana Inés De La Cruz, Sandra Cisneros, And María Luisa Bombal, Hannah M. Frantz

Student Publications

This paper explores the various ways in which Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz’s La Respuesta, Sandra Cisneros’s “Woman Hollering Creek,” and María Luisa Bombal’s “The Tree” address the theme of silence. It interrogates how the female characters in each of these works are silenced as well as their responses to that oppression. Meaning is subjective, so writing is a safe outlet for the oppressed. These works each identify an oppressor, either a husband or the male dominated church, as well as an oppressed individual, who is the female lead. In La Respuesta, the Catholic church, and ...


From The Editor, Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez 2012 DePaul University

From The Editor, Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez

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Central American-Americans In The Second Decade Of The Twenty-First Century: Old Scars, New Traumas, Disempowering Travails, Arturo Arias 2012 University of Texas, Austin

Central American-Americans In The Second Decade Of The Twenty-First Century: Old Scars, New Traumas, Disempowering Travails, Arturo Arias

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Yo Soy Yo Y Mi Circunstancia: La Hibridez Como Mecanismo De Supervivencia, Priscilla Gac-Artigas 2012 Monmouth University

Yo Soy Yo Y Mi Circunstancia: La Hibridez Como Mecanismo De Supervivencia, Priscilla Gac-Artigas

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Borinquén Record Shop & Botanica, Yolanda Nieves 2012 Wilber Wright College

Borinquén Record Shop & Botanica, Yolanda Nieves

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El No Regreso Del Regreso, Cynthia Meléndrez 2012 University of New Mexico

El No Regreso Del Regreso, Cynthia Meléndrez

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Junot Díaz, Lourdes Torres, Carina Vásquez, Junot Díaz 2012 DePaul University

Junot Díaz, Lourdes Torres, Carina Vásquez, Junot Díaz

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Poemas, Diego Aguilar 2012 DePaul University

Poemas, Diego Aguilar

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Includes "Olvido", "Recuerdo", and "Mausoleo"


Let Them Teach You, Marisol León 2012 DePaul University

Let Them Teach You, Marisol León

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Border Cross Warning: We Are Not Responsible For Items Lost During Your Oppression. My Forged Identities Speaking Back., Silvia Patricia Solís 2012 University of Utah

Border Cross Warning: We Are Not Responsible For Items Lost During Your Oppression. My Forged Identities Speaking Back., Silvia Patricia Solís

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Exilio Y Cárcel, Hilda Chacón 2012 Nazareth College

Exilio Y Cárcel, Hilda Chacón

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About Memoria(Memory), Bibiana Suárez 2012 DePaul University

About Memoria(Memory), Bibiana Suárez

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From The Editor, Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez 2012 DePaul University

From The Editor, Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez

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From The Guest Editor, Achy Obejas 2012 DePaul University

From The Guest Editor, Achy Obejas

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Karla Suárez, Silente Viajera, Mabel Cuesta 2012 University of Houston

Karla Suárez, Silente Viajera, Mabel Cuesta

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Merging Exile Into Diaspora: Other Letters To Milena, Kristin Dykstra 2012 Illinois State University

Merging Exile Into Diaspora: Other Letters To Milena, Kristin Dykstra

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A Young Woman Brought The First Flowers, Reina María Rodríguez, Kristin Dykstra 2012 DePaul University

A Young Woman Brought The First Flowers, Reina María Rodríguez, Kristin Dykstra

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Clr Oral Histories: Loida Maritza Pérez, Loida Maritza Pérez 2012 DePaul University

Clr Oral Histories: Loida Maritza Pérez, Loida Maritza Pérez

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