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    • "A Mere Matter of Marching” : A Look at The War of 1812 in the Old Northwest 

      Ceci, Kyle (2020-03-01)
      When one thinks of the War of 1812 they generally think of the burning of the Canadian Parliament and White House or the Star-Spangled Banner, but rarely does one think of the frontier. The frontier in the War of 1812 was ...
    • Bande Dessinée et Identité Nationale Pendant la Guerre Froide aux États-Unis et en France 

      Sauget, Harriet A. (2020-03-01)
      L'après-guerre est généralement considérée par les Américains comme une guerre froide entre l'URSS et les États-Unis. Cependant, ce point de vue est insuffisant, car il ne tient pas compte du fait que la période a également ...
    • Deformities and Monsters : Complicating Images of the Other in Early Modern Europe 

      Finholt, Anders (2020-02-01)
      Monsters have always lurked in the recesses of humankind's imagination, populating the darkness of caves and the corners of maps. They embody the unknown and the unexplainable while simultaneously reflecting these anxieties ...
    • Sherwood Prize Declamations program, 1876 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1876-06-21)
      On June 21, 1876, the Sherwood Society sponsored its annual declamation contest. The following members of the freshman class participated: Charles W. Barber, Lemuel W. Bowen, Julia Dibble, Robert W. Kane, Myatt Kyau, ...
    • Sherwood Prize program, 1877 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1877-06-19)
      This prize speaking competition, sponsored by the Sherwood Rhetorical Society, involved music, prayer, and speeches presented by members of the freshman class. The following students participated: Myatt Kyau, Louie ...
    • Sigma Rho Sigma Annual Banquet program, 1923 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1923-06-08)
      The Sherwood Society's annual banquet in 1923 followed an Arabic theme. According to an article in the June 20, 1923 issue of The Index, "Odors of incense carried out the illusion which was given by the Sheik and Sheba ...
    • Sherwood Prizes in Declamation program, 1908 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1908-06-15)
      In the 1908 Sherwood Prize Speaking contest, members of the Class of 1911 presented music and declamations. The speeches were recitations of well-known orators such as James G. Blaine's "The Death of Garfield," Henry W. ...
    • Sherwood Prizes in Declamation program, 1907 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1907-06-17)
      Sponsored by the Sherwood Rhetorical Society, this annual prize contest included a program of music and declamations by members of the freshman class. Students recited well-known speeches such as Robert G. Ingersoll's ...
    • The K-Zoo 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1919)
      Published by the junior class, the 1919 yearbook includes student and faculty portraits, student organization and athletic team photos, Student Army Training Corps information, senior class will and prophecy, class histories, ...
    • The Winter of Our Disability : Understanding Disability in Film through Richard III 

      Bays, Cameron (2020-04-01)
      This paper combines Shakespeare scholarship and film study. Given that Richard III still holds massive influence in our collective consciousness, we cannot simply ignore it, but also given our current relationship with ...
    • Is Two Better Than One? Urban Young Women's Views of the Two-Child Policy in China 

      Pan, Yan Song (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2019-11-01)
      The purpose of this study was to qualitatively investigate urban young women’s positionalities under the two-child policy by conducting semi-structured interviews with twelve young women in Beijing, China. The interviews ...
    • The Survival of the Island of Vieques : Resilient Agriculture and Community Solidarity 

      Perez, Ranya (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2019-09-01)
      The island of Vieques has been a US colonial territory for centuries. This paper will examine the colonial violence of the United States in Vieques, Puerto Rico, in particular, looking at the realities of the occupation ...
    • Freshwater : An Essential Human Right - How Nestle’s Freshwater Withdrawals from the Great Lakes Region Set a Dangerous Global Precedent 

      Czajkowski, Peter (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2019-09-01)
      This paper focuses on how Nestle's freshwater withdrawal operations in the Great Lakes Region are setting a dangerous global precedent by allowing corporate control of water - a survival resource that is deemed a human ...
    • The World is Yours : SIP Album 

      Webb, Brandon D. (2020-04-12)
      An original album. Tracks: Bless You (Intro)- (feat. Philippe Orbe) -2:54 || Close to me -3:13 || Deep- (feat. Meech) -2:17u || Humble- (feat. TinTin) -3:41 || Inner Thoughts (feat. Roezart) -3:17 || KB -3:11 || Listen ...
    • The Finality of the Colonial Spirit : Critical imaginations of Home at the US-Mexico Border 

      Herrera, Jesse (2020-04-01)
      Understanding the struggles that queer migrants face when making Home proves historically that one is always in response to the economic shifts of the world. It shifts one’s identity in order to more readily fit within the ...
    • The Martian Omnispace Revolution 

      Schneider, William Karl (2020-04-01)
      In introducing his original novel, the author discusses the influences of horror authors Edgar Allen Poe, H. P. Lovecraft, and Stephen King, as well as other influences from movies and theater. He discusses the amount of ...
    • An Exploration of Personal Identity : Internal V. External 

      Strenski, Owen (2020-04-01)
      The self is a curious thing. It is not primarily physical but can be created and destroyed. The philosophy of self is the study of the many conditions of identity that make one a subject of experience. The self is sometimes ...
    • NailTrap : A Web of Dynamic Linear Perspectives Through Poetic Entanglements of Nail Salons, Family (politics), Stories and Vietnamese Diasporic Understandings 

      Chung, Paige Ho Thuy My (2020-04-01)
      A poetic argument of Vietnamese refugees settled in the U.S. through the nail salon space as they ‘belong’ there but not in other spaces; reveal entanglements of relationships between family, community, customer/technician, ...
    • “she answers, because going is where I was” 

      Phạm, Thu Uyên (2020-04-01)
      The author describes the process of creating an original poetry collection: “At the beginning, figuring out a structure for a 30-page long project was extremely difficult for me. I kept trying to start somewhere because I ...
    • home / body : collected poems and essays 

      Pantoja, Karina A. (2020-04-01)
      The author writes, “Initially, the goal of my SIP was to take the idea of brownness and dissect it. I wanted to write about what it meant and felt like to be brown from a small, conservative, and racially homogenous town; ...