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Volume 44, Issue 2: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff Nov 2018

Volume 44, Issue 2: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff

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No abstract provided.


Critique Song Of K. Bruce Cook, Kevin Cook Nov 2018

Critique Song Of K. Bruce Cook, Kevin Cook

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No abstract provided.


Reqiuem For Yesterday, Jon Brooks Nov 2018

Reqiuem For Yesterday, Jon Brooks

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No abstract provided.


Poem On A New York Subway Wall, Walter Bell Nov 2018

Poem On A New York Subway Wall, Walter Bell

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No abstract provided.


The Abduction, Mike Ellis Nov 2018

The Abduction, Mike Ellis

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Housewife's Morning Song, Julie Heller Nov 2018

Housewife's Morning Song, Julie Heller

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A Character Sketch, John Mccrum Nov 2018

A Character Sketch, John Mccrum

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Shy, John Wilson Nov 2018

Shy, John Wilson

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No abstract provided.


Who Killed Cain?, Natalie Ashanin Nov 2018

Who Killed Cain?, Natalie Ashanin

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Search, Teri Giertych Nov 2018

Search, Teri Giertych

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No abstract provided.


Like A Shooting Star, David Darrell Nov 2018

Like A Shooting Star, David Darrell

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Short Story Contest, First Prize


To Kathy, Richard Ringley Nov 2018

To Kathy, Richard Ringley

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Poetry Contest, Honorable Mention


A Tribute To Roy Marz, Werner W. Beyer Nov 2018

A Tribute To Roy Marz, Werner W. Beyer

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The following is the text of a speech delivered by Dr. Werner Beyer at a retirement dinner honoring Dr. Roy Marz, longtime member ofthe English Faculty at Butler University.


Descent Into Peargatory, Sherry Gamble Nov 2018

Descent Into Peargatory, Sherry Gamble

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Poetry Contest, Honorable Mention


Prayer, Ed Shacklee Nov 2018

Prayer, Ed Shacklee

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Poetry Contest, First Prize


My Three Cats And The Apocalypse, Kevin Cooke Nov 2018

My Three Cats And The Apocalypse, Kevin Cooke

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No abstract provided.


Poet Unlimited, Karen Greene Nov 2018

Poet Unlimited, Karen Greene

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No abstract provided.


Front Matter, Manuscripts Staff Nov 2018

Front Matter, Manuscripts Staff

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No abstract provided.


Instant Architecture: Hosted Access To The Archivision Research Library With Built-In Image Management & Presentation Tools, Maureen A. Burns Ed.D., Andreas Knab Oct 2018

Instant Architecture: Hosted Access To The Archivision Research Library With Built-In Image Management & Presentation Tools, Maureen A. Burns Ed.D., Andreas Knab

VRA Bulletin

The Archivision Research Library is a collection of 100,000 digital images of art and architecture professionally photographed by a trained architect. It documents the built environment--from ancient monuments to cutting-edge contemporary constructions--with extensive, standardized descriptive metadata. Archivision is accessible for research and teaching through a web-based application--a dedicated hosted instance of MDID--with vrcHost LLC delivering full services and technical support: installation, integration, and maintenance. This combination provides not only instant access to Archivision, but also to sophisticated tools for managing images using an open source media management system to discover, aggregate, study, and present digital media.


Livelihoods Of The People Of Mazumbai: A Collection Of Stories And Portraits, Tanga Region, Tanzania, Joseph Baldus Oct 2018

Livelihoods Of The People Of Mazumbai: A Collection Of Stories And Portraits, Tanga Region, Tanzania, Joseph Baldus

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

Despite rapid urbanization in Tanzania, agriculture remains central to the nation, the economy, and the livelihoods of a large portion of the population. Smallholder farmers account for the vast majority of agricultural production, yet are an extremely vulnerable population due to poverty, single-sourced income, and climate-dependency for both subsistence and cash-crop agriculture (Rapsomanikis, 2015). This report explores these dynamic rural livelihoods through interviews and portrait photographs in a case study on Mazumbai, Tanga region, Tanzania. Semi-structured interviews explore the people’s modes of economic subsistence, domestic lives, education, challenges, and life stories. Excerpts from these interviews combined with portrait photographs ...


Mdocs Poster-Fall 2018, Course Offerings, Jesse Wakeman Sep 2018

Mdocs Poster-Fall 2018, Course Offerings, Jesse Wakeman

MDOCS Publications

Fall 2018 Course Offerings:

Documentary Fundamentals:

  • Documentary Storytelling
  • Intro to Audio Documentary
  • Documentary and Narrative Screenwriting
Storytelling Toolkit:
  • Storytelling: Video
  • Storytelling: Game Development
  • Storytelling: Mapping
Topics Courses:
  • The Artist Interview
  • Festival Curation


Feminist Typology-- I Am A Feminist Aug 2018

Feminist Typology-- I Am A Feminist

AWE (A Woman’s Experience)

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Visualizing Grief: An Exploration Of The Stages Of Grief Through Image And Design, Audra L. Rygh Jun 2018

Visualizing Grief: An Exploration Of The Stages Of Grief Through Image And Design, Audra L. Rygh

Masters Theses

Grief is an emotion that people have felt since the beginning of time, but in modern culture, there is a lack of visual representation of the five stages of grief. Because grief is a highly personal and unique experience, it can be difficult to visualize what those stages may look like for the mass population. However, if one could develop an understanding of what each stage includes, as well as a study of the thoughts and feelings of those who have experienced grief, this research could aid in the creation of an accurate representation of the stages of grief. The ...


Private Rainbows, Mikey F. Estes May 2018

Private Rainbows, Mikey F. Estes

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

I make art that refers to how the self is mediated through structures, objects, and images — a kind of self-portraiture that circles around its subject, reflecting a state of simultaneous formation and disintegration. Over the past few years, I have used my iPhone as a tool to make images of everyday life. As the user of this device, I am defined by both my presence and absence. I am interested in the process of locating the self within the scattered yet ordered space of the screen.


“After-Ozymandias”: The Colonization Of Symbols And The American Monument, H. R. Membreno-Canales May 2018

“After-Ozymandias”: The Colonization Of Symbols And The American Monument, H. R. Membreno-Canales

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

After-Ozymandias examines the visual rhetoric of American patriotism through its many symbols, including flags and monuments. My thesis project consists of photographs of empty plinths, objects, products and archival materials. Countless relics remain today memorializing leaders and empires that inevitably declined, from antiquity to modern times. Looking back at distant history feels like a luxury, though: the question for our time in America is whether we have the strength of mind as a society to scrutinize our history, warts and all.


Mind In Hand, Anna Olson May 2018

Mind In Hand, Anna Olson

Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers

This thesis explores the intersection of art and psychology as it manifests in my art practice, particularly in the medium of weaving. The contemporary frameworks of memory and archive provide the basis of this discussion, as well as findings from the field of Art Therapy. Difficult emotions like loss and grief often show up in my work, and I will discuss how artists like Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Sophie Calle also utilize these concepts. In weaving, I capture my internal mental states, memories, and perceptions of the future in a variety of found and gifted objects. Guided by the precedents set ...


Four Sights Of The Patient (Ophelia), Cecily Ann Fergeson May 2018

Four Sights Of The Patient (Ophelia), Cecily Ann Fergeson

Graduate School of Art Theses

I make work in a variety of media, largely dealing with the imagery and material of the human body. My current work attempts to reckon with the following subjects: a reclamation of the notion of the so-called medical gaze and its historical record in photography; the idea that receiving the medical gaze transforms patients’ bodies; the idea of illness as an uncanny and intimate experience; and, finally, the act of metaphorically retracing the body’s material journey through the medical institution as it exists today. In this text, I discuss my practice in the context of critical theory, a recent ...


A Meditation In Three Parts, Brent Nakamoto May 2018

A Meditation In Three Parts, Brent Nakamoto

Graduate School of Art Theses

I’m interested in the way we read images—they way we see through an image’s surface in order to perceive its illusion, in the same way that we see through words in order to understand their meaning. I’m interested in this relationship, in both images and texts, between surface, illusion, and meaning. In Buddhist philosophy, the source of suffering is in our attachments to the self-as-image. The function of Zen meditation practice is to bring attention to this process of perception and, in doing so, to help see through the illusions of self-hood and ground our understanding ...


Volume 83, Issue 1: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff May 2018

Volume 83, Issue 1: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff

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No abstract provided.


Contributors, Manuscripts Staff May 2018

Contributors, Manuscripts Staff

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