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Structural And Compositional Investigation Of Pottery Samples From Guatemala, Pressley S. Nicholson Apr 2018

Structural And Compositional Investigation Of Pottery Samples From Guatemala, Pressley S. Nicholson

Undergraduate Research Conference

Purpose of investigation: The composition and characteristics of Mayan pottery samples from Guatemala was investigated.


The Escalation Of Trump Stormfront And The 2016 Election, Dianne Dentice Apr 2017

The Escalation Of Trump Stormfront And The 2016 Election, Dianne Dentice

Symposium on Arts and Research

Since David Duke ran for public office and was elected to the Louisiana state legislature in 1989, leaders of the far political right have been trying to gain a foothold in mainstream electoral politics. In a campaign tinged with populist rhetoric, Donald Trump emerged victorious in the 2016 election. What does this mean for the American white nationalist movement?


Anthropology Research Project: Through The Portal To The World Exciting Research, Melanie Johnson Apr 2013

Anthropology Research Project: Through The Portal To The World Exciting Research, Melanie Johnson

Undergraduate Research Conference

The idea of creating a webpage as a resource for anthropology developed over several years as anthropology professors saw their students struggling to do research. The need for another resource was clear. As an anthropology student, I went through the same classes and struggled in the same areas as other students.


The Railroad's Effect On Racial And Gendered Consumption Practice In Nacogdoches County, East Texas: A Case Study Of Melrose, Tx, Evadney Cooper Apr 2013

The Railroad's Effect On Racial And Gendered Consumption Practice In Nacogdoches County, East Texas: A Case Study Of Melrose, Tx, Evadney Cooper

Undergraduate Research Conference

This project is an in depth look on the disproportionate lifestyles of black and white households during Nineteenth Century East Texas, from women's shopping records