Modotti, Tina, 1896-1942; Women photographers--Biography
This thesis is an examination of the transformation Tina Modotti's photography underwent because of the "Idols Behind Altars" project which she completed on an expedition with Edward Weston in 1926. The thesis begins with an introduction...
Forts & fortifications; Historic sites; Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.); Buildings
Exterior view of the Alamo fort from across a road. Front wall and part of the side are visible. A star is at the top of the front wall. Title: 16578 'The Alamo' - Texas Cradle of Liberty (Dating from 1744), San Antonio. Text on left: Keystone View...
Feminism in art; Art, Mexican; Women in art; Art and society--Mexico
This dissertation outlines a theoretical model for contextualizing contemporary
women's art practice in Mexico within the profound socioeconomic and political events
that have taken place since 1968, characterized by the steady breakdown and...
Bledsoe, Albert Taylor, 1809-1877; Slavery--Southern States--Justification; Southern States--Intellectual life--19th century; Secession--Southern States
This thesis explores the life and career of Albert Taylor Bledsoe, a conservative Whig intellectual and proslavery theorist. It seeks to understand an apparent contradiction in Bledsoe's public comments regarding slavery and secession. Bledsoe...
English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers--Case studies; English language--Study and teaching--Kentucky--Louisville
This thesis examined the structure and processes of several different organizations that offer English as a Second Language (ESL) classes in one Kentucky county. The purpose of the study was to analyze the structure of the organizations, and then...
The Louisville Leader was an African-American newspaper published from 1917 to 1950 by I. Willis Cole in Louisville, Kentucky. This issue says Vol. 29. No. 5. but is actually Vol. 29. No. 6. This issue is four pages.
The Louisville Leader was an African-American newspaper published from 1917 to 1950 by I. Willis Cole in Louisville, Kentucky. This issue says Vol. 31. No. 32. but is actually Vol. 31. No. 24. Some portions of page one are very faded.
Asian Americans--Cultural assimilation; Acculturation--United States; Sports spectators--United States; Consumer behavior--Social aspects--United States
According to the U.S. Census Bureau (2011), ethnic minority populations in the
U.S. constituted over one-third (approximately 126 million) of the total U.S. population
in 2010 (approximately 300.8 million) (U.S. Census Bureau, 2011). With such...
Home and school; Parenting; Children of immigrants--Education; Academic achievement--Social aspects
With the increase of immigration to the United States, immigrant children have a unique
position in the education system. Immigrant parents influence their children through
different academic engagement practices. It is important to understand how...
Popular music--Social aspects--History--20th century; Popular music--Political aspects--History--20th century; Protest songs--20th century--History and criticism; Songs--Texts--History and criticism; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Influence
This dissertation analyzes song lyrics written in the United States during the country’s involvement in the Vietnam War (1945-1975) by using social, historical, political, philosophical, and cultural criticisms. The majority of this dissertation...
Amish--Books and reading; Amish--Ohio--Social life and customs; Literacy--Ohio
Following in the tradition of scholars who treat literacy in context such as Deborah Brandt, Shirley Brice Heath, and David Barton and Mary Hamilton, I conducted my dissertation research not in an academic classroom but in the valleys of Hanley, a...
The Louisville Leader was an African-American newspaper published from 1917 to 1950 by I. Willis Cole in Louisville, Kentucky. Pages three, four, five, and six are missing from this issue and the remaining pages are very faded.
The Louisville Leader was an African-American newspaper published from 1917 to 1950 by I. Willis Cole in Louisville, Kentucky. This issue is sixteen pages and served as a welcome for the National Baptist Convention. The first page is very faded.
School yearbooks; Schools; Students; University of Louisville--Students; Alumni & alumnae; University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; Student organizations; Universities & colleges; Medical students; College students; Dental students
Final monthly edition published by the students of the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, June 1922. Volume I Number 6.