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Doctoral thesis recital (piano (lecture))
[Analysis of: Suite "Les douze signes" for piano / Eun-hye Kim]
Doctoral thesis recital (piano)
Partita no. 2 in C minor, BWV 826 / Johann Sebastian Bach -- Sonata for piano in E-flat major, H. XVI, 52 / Joseph Haydn -- Humoreske, op. 20 / Robert Schumann.
Doctoral thesis recital (organ)
Prelude and fugue in A minor, BWV 543 -- Sonata no. 4 in B-flat major, op. 65 / Felix Mendelssohn -- Chaconne in F minor / Johann Pachelbel -- Carillon / Leo Sowerby -- Cortège et litanie : op. 19, no. 2 / Marcel Dupré.
Boiotian group identity in the late archaic and early classical periods
This dissertation presents late-sixth and early fifth-century Boiotia as a case study in the construction and articulation of group identity in archaic and early classical Greece. Boiotia is a region well-suited for ...
Re-charting French space : transnationalism, travel and identity from the postcolonial banlieue to post-Wall Europe
Contemporary French identity issues are often conceived spatially in popular imagination and political discourse. France and French identity have been mapped into a series of imagined exclusionary spaces through media ...
Studying star formation at low and high redshift with integral field spectroscopy
In this thesis I focus mainly in studying the process of star formation in both high redshift, and local star forming galaxies, by using an observational technique called integral field spectroscopy (IFS). Although these ...
City of myth, muscle, and Mexicans : work, race, and space in twentieth-century Chicago literature
Chicago occupies a place in the American imagination as a city of industry and opportunity for those who are willing to hustle. Writers have in no small part contributed to the creation of this mythology; this canon includes ...
Linguistic inheritance, social difference, and the last two thousand years of contact among Lowland Mayan languages
The analysis of language contact phenomena, as with many types of linguistic analysis, starts from the similarity and difference of linguistic systems. This dissertation will examine the consequences of linguistic similarity ...
Seriously social : crafting opinion leaders to spur a two-step flow of news
Since the 1960s, the United States has experienced steady declines in news consumption and commensurate attrition in civic engagement and political participation. Americans read newspapers at less than one fourth the rate ...
Functional interactions of chromosome segregation factors with the 2 micron plasmid : possible evolutionary link between the plasmid portioning locus and the budding yeast centromere
The 2 micron plasmid of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a multi-copy circular DNA genome that resides in the nucleus and exhibits nearly chromosome-like stability in host populations. Several host factors are required for equal ...