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Browsing UAF Graduate School by Author "Farmer, Daryl"

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  • Nyberg, Brandi Jo Petronio (2019-05)
    This thesis is a collection of environmentally centered personal essays, some of which are also research driven. Many of the essays within are place-based and several reflect on what the word 'home' means. The research-driven ...
  • Hinrichs, Christie A. (2013-05)
  • Woolley, Caitlin E. (2015-05)
    The Hound at the End of the Road is a collection of fictional stories that examines loneliness, isolation, and loss through a lens that is by turns magical and horrific. The stylistic choices in these stories are magic and ...
  • Kirk, Maeve (2016-05)
    In Whatever Wreckage Remains is a collection of realistically styled short stories that examines both the danger and potential of change. These pieces are driven by the psychology of the men and woman roaming these pages, ...
  • Michael, Kathryn (2015-05)
    To write a successful screenplay is to form a blueprint, a set of dramatic instructions; a structural plan to be executed at a later date by film artists and technicians. It is vital not to become attached to the details; ...
  • Sanders, Craig S. (2016-05)
    The eight short stories that make up Liberation Dreamin’ follow protagonists who yearn to be heroes, saviors, caretakers, and liberators. These are characters fueled by the power of metaphor, lost in the idea of America ...
  • Mericle, Megan E. (2017-05)
    This paper tracks the progress of a beginning undergraduate writer's disciplinary becoming. Much research in disciplinary identity focuses on graduate students and advanced undergraduate writers; however, sites of disciplinary ...
  • Frost, Charles (Charles Ray) (2014-12)
    The Ministry of Love is a literary nonfiction memoir that follows the author's process of individualization. Using a narrative design, the author recounts his religious upbringing, his family dynamics, his dreams, and his ...
  • Balvanz, Lisa Ellen (2016-05)
  • Notaro, Eric (2014-05)
  • Bush, Megan Rahija (2015-05)
    My grandmother was a paranoid schizophrenic who lived without medication for over fifty years. Her first mental breakdown happened at age 36. My grandmother was an immigrant's daughter and WWII Japanese code breaker turned ...
  • Moser, Nicklaus O. (2017-05)
    post~conscious is a collection of poems that attempts to explore the potential of what may be described as a fractal rhetoric. As anyone can know or find out, the term fractal does not only describe pretty, self-similar ...
  • Taylor, Natalie Elise (2015-05)
    River of Fear is a literary nonfiction memoir in which the author, Natalie Taylor, leaves the only home she's ever known in small town east Texas to move to Sabie, South Africa with her parents for her father's new position ...
  • Marsh, Amy (2016-05)
  • Springer, Emilie S. (2019-08)
    Cordova, Alaska is a coastal community in Southcentral Alaska with an intricate history in commercial fishing, primarily for the Copper River sockeye salmon industry, which extends historically to pre-statehood. This ...
  • Allen, Micah Q. (2017-05)
    At this point in human history, those with the power to make decisions that effect the planetary climate often seem to be acting against the long-term survival of most humans. Given that globalized capitalism is more or ...
  • Mericle, Megan E. (2017-05)
    Sparks Across the Gap is a collection of creative nonfiction essays that explores the humanity and artistry behind topics in the sciences, including black holes, microbes, and robotics. Each essay acts a bridge between the ...
  • Uzzell, Gwen S. (Wendy) (2014-12)
    This story follows the life of E. Lyman Graves for a quarter of a century and connects his personal story to social change during that time. At the very beginning of the 1930's LymanGraves had a pioneering vision and he ...
  • Bergamino, Jaclyn (2016-12)
    Surface Tension is a full-length cross-genre experiment. It includes nonfiction about sexual assault, poetry, and fiction about circus-performing grandmothers. These pieces come together to explore how trauma shapes our ...
  • Popa, Jennifer L. (2014-05)
    The Lost Boys of the Shirley Marie is a collection of fictional stories that veer toward the strange and inexplicable. These stories are often magical: boys on a ship stripped of their identities until enticing siren-like ...

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