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Browsing items in: University of New Orleans Senior Honors Theses

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    • EMILY's men : contributing to egalitarianism

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1999.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Political Science.
    • 1999;
    • Women have only recently been recognized as major candidates in elections for national office. Although they have had the vote since 1920, the barriers that have prevented women from participating in politics have been "both legal and cultural,...
    • Jonathan's excremental palette : the artistic dimensions of Swift's scatological poems

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2000.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of English.
    • 2000;
    • Without question, the scatological poems demand that we be "sanguine enough" to develop our own solutions to the complex dilemmas they present, thanks to the corruption of the narrator, our traditional comrade in ridicule. Bullitt's point is that...
    • William Laud and the Puritans

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2001.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of History.
    • 2001;
    • William Laud ranks among the most controversial figures in the history of early modern Britain. While Archbishop of Canterbury, he attempted to impose uniformity on a church more noted for its diversity than for its orthodoxy. Consequently, he drew...
    • A tower built upon an island : W.B. Yeats and the creative process

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1995.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of English.
    • 1995;
    • When W. B. Yeats purchased the Norman tower and adjoining cottage near Lady Gregory's Coole Park in 1917, he began a restorative project that was to become a powerful metaphor for his own definition of self and soul. Thoor Ballylee, as Yeats named...
    • Mistaken identity : the images of African American women in cosmetics advertising

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2006.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Film, Theatre, & Communication Arts.
    • 2006;
    • What is beautiful? Can beauty be defined? Is there a standard by which one may compare and/or contrast beauty in order to declare what mayor may not be seen as beautiful? If a sure fire definition of beauty does exist, what type of characteristics...
    • Perfect numbers

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1999.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Mathematics.
    • 1999;
    • What is a perfect number? A positive integer n is said to be perfect if n is equal to the sum of all its positive divisors, excluding n itself (Burton 199).
    • An introduction to cognitive theories

    • University of New Orleans. Honors Thesis. 1992.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Philosophy.
    • 1992;
    • What I propose to do in this paper is provide two sets of criteria, the broad set and the narrow set, that can be used to evaluate prospective cognitive theories. The cognitive theories to which these criteria are designed to be applied share...
    • Deuteration of simple aromatic compounds in supercritical water

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1994.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Chemistry.
    • 1994;
    • Water, sometimes called the "universal solvent" by non-scientists, is the most important solvent in nature. Its presence in all living systems is indeed universal. But, as anyone who has ever tried to wash a gravy stain out of white linen will...
    • "Good win out in the end" : subjugation of the feminine in Aeschylus' Oresteia

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2000.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of English.
    • 2000;
    • Trying to understand the literature of a foreign culture is difficult, not only because of the language barrier, but also because of the cultural barriers. It is a given that every culture sees the world in its own unique way; by extension, then,...
    • Emma (a play in two acts)

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    • 2009;
    • Time: present day. Place: interior of a historic home surrounded by a new, middle-class development.
    • Surfacing in the dark : an eclipse of the mind human

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2000.; University of New Orleans. General Studies Program.
    • 2000;
    • This venture began in a sophomore nonfiction writing class. My instructor, Stephany Lyman, told me that the writing in my journal (that was kept for her eyes only) was, by far, my best writing effort. I thank her for her encouragement and passion....

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