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Skin: Stories, Poems, And Essays, Amanda G. Hadlock Jan 2020

Skin: Stories, Poems, And Essays, Amanda G. Hadlock

MSU Graduate Theses

This thesis begins with a critical introduction which analyzes the use of objective correlative and varying points of view in creative writing in order to generate dialogue on cultural issues. I relate theories from Edward T. Hall, T.S. Eliot, Mikhail Bakhtin, and Lubomír Doležel to my own writing. Additionally, I situate my own multi-genre writing with work of contemporaries such as Maggie Nelson and Claudia Rankine. My hypothesis is that writers can use an objective correlative (Eliot) from the top of the cultural iceberg (Hall) as an entry point to representing deeper, more fraught cultural issues. Additionally ...


Editors' Note, Katherine M. Carithers, Caroline E. Cook Dec 2019

Editors' Note, Katherine M. Carithers, Caroline E. Cook

HUMBUG

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And They Shall Be Men: An Original Anthology & Analysis Of The Modern Male Bildungsroman, Margaret Cox Dec 2019

And They Shall Be Men: An Original Anthology & Analysis Of The Modern Male Bildungsroman, Margaret Cox

Senior Honors Theses

The stories that boys have been told about what it means to be a man change throughout history. This study considers the postmodern effect of masculinities, female empowerment, as well as the canon of Western bildungsroman in an attempt to understand how the narratives have changed over the past 50 years. Additionally, an anthology of original fiction illustrates how universal stories persist within the changing social narratives.


Chattel House Series, Rena King Dec 2019

Chattel House Series, Rena King

I2

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Roots, Reva Dixit Dec 2019

Roots, Reva Dixit

I2

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Eve, Mariama L. Dodd Dec 2019

Eve, Mariama L. Dodd

I2

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Venus Rising, Mariama L. Dodd Dec 2019

Venus Rising, Mariama L. Dodd

I2

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Firm Roots, Noah J. Campbell Dec 2019

Firm Roots, Noah J. Campbell

I2

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Shiwonhada, Betty Kim Dec 2019

Shiwonhada, Betty Kim

I2

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Radicals Have Conquered The American University, Jasmine Collins Dec 2019

Radicals Have Conquered The American University, Jasmine Collins

I2

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Honey, Honey, Cia N. Gladden Dec 2019

Honey, Honey, Cia N. Gladden

I2

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Red And Blue, Cia N. Gladden Dec 2019

Red And Blue, Cia N. Gladden

I2

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Untitled Poem, Mary L. Alvarez Dec 2019

Untitled Poem, Mary L. Alvarez

I2

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We Cool, Samuel M. Migwi Dec 2019

We Cool, Samuel M. Migwi

I2

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All Smiles, Zoe F. Chen Dec 2019

All Smiles, Zoe F. Chen

I2

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Roots, Zoe F. Chen Dec 2019

Roots, Zoe F. Chen

I2

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Papercut, Zoe F. Chen Dec 2019

Papercut, Zoe F. Chen

I2

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Chinatown, Zoe F. Chen Dec 2019

Chinatown, Zoe F. Chen

I2

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Tangerine, Karen Zheng Dec 2019

Tangerine, Karen Zheng

I2

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Inside Work, Tom Larsen Sep 2019

Inside Work, Tom Larsen

Tom Larsen

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'Art' They Can't See, Lines, Anatomy Of Decomposing, October On Danford Creek, Wing Bone, And Taxidermy, Kailyn J. Dekker Aug 2019

'Art' They Can't See, Lines, Anatomy Of Decomposing, October On Danford Creek, Wing Bone, And Taxidermy, Kailyn J. Dekker

The Hilltop Review

The following document includes a selection and submission for the Hilltop Review. Within the file the reader will find five (5) poems and one (1) micro fiction piece. The poems are titled 'Art' They Can't See, Lines, Anatomy of Decomposing, October on Danford Creek, and Wing Bone. These poems incorporate darkness, illness, social issues, and a manifestation and exploration of the human condition. The Microfiction text titled Taxidermy, details the interaction between two siblings showcasing the younger sister's mental illness by detailing the delusional and obsessive behavior of this character.

These texts have been workshopped under the instruction ...


Confusion Word Association, Samantha Locke Jul 2019

Confusion Word Association, Samantha Locke

HUMBUG

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West 91st, Gus Guszkowski Jul 2019

West 91st, Gus Guszkowski

HUMBUG

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Yellow Helmet, Elisabeth Baumann, Samantha Locke Jul 2019

Yellow Helmet, Elisabeth Baumann, Samantha Locke

HUMBUG

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Waabigwan, Liz Barrett Jul 2019

Waabigwan, Liz Barrett

HUMBUG

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Petey’S World, Lily Anderson Jul 2019

Petey’S World, Lily Anderson

HUMBUG

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The Overtoun House (Excerpt), Re Mcclendon Jul 2019

The Overtoun House (Excerpt), Re Mcclendon

HUMBUG

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Untitled, Emily Charland Jul 2019

Untitled, Emily Charland

HUMBUG

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Editors' Note, Katherine M. Carithers, Caroline Cook Jul 2019

Editors' Note, Katherine M. Carithers, Caroline Cook

HUMBUG

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Nicole Sumida And Alex Yu Interview, Laraib Malik Jun 2019

Nicole Sumida And Alex Yu Interview, Laraib Malik

Asian American Art Oral History Project

Bio: Nicole Sumida is a co-founder and co-publisher of Riksha Magazine, an online magazine featuring creative work by and about Asian Americans. Alex Yu is a co-publisher of Riksha and both have been involved in community arts organizing since the 1990s in Chicago.

Riksha provides a space for capturing the Asian American experience through compelling writing, commentary, and artistic expression. We curate an online magazine that presents poetry, fiction, non-fiction, fine arts, and video and audio pieces. We also comment on and curate the bric-a-brac and ephemera of Asian American life.”