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Author(s):
Butler, Clara
Date:
2016
Subject:
Women's studies, Stand-up comedy, Women comedians, Feminism
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Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Ustymenko, Kateryna
Date:
2013
Subject:
Political science, International law, Human rights, Statelessness, Stateless persons--Legal status, laws, etc.
Content Type:
Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Jackson, Gabriel
Date:
2014
Subject:
Political science, Information science, Law, Human rights, European Union directive on data protection (European Parliament), Data protection--Law and legislation
Content Type:
Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Thompson, Sarah F.
Date:
2016
Subject:
Political science, Sex crimes, Human rights, National Patriotic Front of Liberia, Insurgency
Content Type:
Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Comenencia Ortiz, Valerie D.
Date:
2014
Subject:
Caribbean studies, Human rights, Haitians--Social conditions, Haitians--Legal status, laws, etc., Laws, etc. (Dominican Republic)
Content Type:
Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Cerullo, Isadora
Date:
2013
Subject:
Women's studies, Human rights, International Conference on Population and Development, Reproductive rights
Content Type:
Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Friggit, Ornella K.
Date:
2016
Subject:
Political science, European studies, Emigration and immigration--Political aspects, Arabs, Muslims, Blacks, Religious freedom, Nationalism
Content Type:
Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Myers, Susannah
Date:
2016
Subject:
Art history, Neshat, Shirin, 1957-, Jacir, Emily, 1970-, Human figure in art, Expatriate artists
Content Type:
Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Horzempa, Rachel
Date:
2016
Subject:
Theater, Antigone (Anouilh, Jean)
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Undergraduate theses
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Author(s):
Schipani, Elke Sarah
Date:
2016
Subject:
Neurosciences, Behavioral sciences, Motivation (Psychology), Dopamine--Receptors, Neuropsychiatry
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