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Dissertations - August 2022

The practice and significance of inlay in New Kingdom monuments as a reflection of royal ideology: The evidence from Malkata and Amarna

Crowell, Brigit, University of Pennsylvania, 2007, Ph.D.
Subject: Archaeology

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PRESTON KING: A POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY

MULLER, ERNEST PAUL, Columbia University, 1957, Ph.D.
Subject: Modern history

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Why fly? A social and cultural history of private aviation in post-World War II America: 1945--1985

Meyer, Alan D., University of Delaware, 2009, Ph.D.
Subject: American history

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Displacing orientalism: Thomas Eakins and ethnographic modernity

Braddock, Alan C., University of Delaware, 2002, Ph.D.
Subject: Art history

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THE RISE OF THE SECOND PARTY SYSTEM: MISSOURI, 1815-1845.

BREWER, PAUL WALTER, Washington University in St. Louis, 1974, Ph.D.
Subject: History

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Labor's constitution of freedom, 1920--1958

Pope, James Gray, Princeton University, 2004, Ph.D.
Subject: American history

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The Early Iron Age pottery and development of the sanctuary at Aetos, Ithaka (Greece)

Symeonoglou, Nancy Evelyn Wamser, Washington University in St. Louis, 2002, Ph.D.
Subject: Archaeology

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Witelonis perspectivae liber quartus: Book IV of Witelo's "Perspectiva". A critical edition and English translation with introduction, notes and commentary

Kelso, Carl J., Jr., University of Missouri - Columbia, 2003, Ph.D.
Subject: Medieval history

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The evolution and biogeography of Hyaenodontida (Placentalia, Mammalia)

Borths, Matthew Robert, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2015, Ph.D.
Subject: Paleontology

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Defining the boundaries of care: Local responses to global concerns in El Paso public health policy, 1881--1941

Gabbert, Ann R., The University of Texas at El Paso, 2006, Ph.D.
Subject: American history

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The phenomenon of divine and human radiance in the Hebrew Bible and in Northwest Semitic and Mesopotamian literature: A philological and comparative study

Aster, Shawn Zelig, University of Pennsylvania, 2006, Ph.D.
Subject: Biblical studies

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GEORG WITZEL AND SIXTEENTH CENTURY CATHOLIC REFORM: A STUDY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PRETRIDENTINE THEOLOGY.

LUKENS, MICHAEL BAIRD, Brown University, 1974, Ph.D.
Subject: Religion

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Kalacakra: Textual and ritual perspectives

Andresen, Jensine, Harvard University, 1997, Ph.D.
Subject: Religion

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Rationalist Hermeneutics: A Study of Muhammad Asad's Translation and Commentary of the Qur'an

Dango, Rufino Enno H., University of Notre Dame, 2018, Ph.D.
Subject: Islamic studies

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A Critical Realist Model on Leadership Perceptions

John, Dennis, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, 2017, Ph.D.
Subject: Organizational behavior

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A grammar and dictionary of Wyandot

Kopris, Craig Alexander, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2001, Ph.D.
Subject: Linguistics

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COMPARATIVE HEALTH POLICY: A HUMANISTIC EVALUATION OF HEALTH POLICY IN GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES

FUCHS, BETH CAROL, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1980, Ph.D.
Subject: Political science

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Pattern books and the suburbanization of Germantown, Pennsylvania, in the mid-nineteenth century

Holst, Nancy A., University of Delaware, 2008, Ph.D.
Subject: Art history

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Alexander the Explorer

Kegerreis, Christopher Michael, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2016, Ph.D.
Subject: Ancient history

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THE MINERS FOR DEMOCRACY: INSURGENCY IN THE UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA, 1970-1972.

HOPKINS, GEORGE WILLIAM, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1976, Ph.D.
Subject: American history

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The Ascending Republic: Aeronautical Culture in France, 1860-1914

De Oliveira, Patrick Luiz Sullivan, Princeton University, 2018, Ph.D.
Subject: European history

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The slaves of colonial New England: Discourses of colonialism and identity at the Isaac Royall House, Medford, Massachusetts, 1732--1775

Chan, Alexandra Antonia, Boston University, 2003, Ph.D.
Subject: Archaeology

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Merchants and artists: The Apollo Association and the American Art-Union

Nichols, Arlene Katz, City University of New York, 2003, Ph.D.
Subject: Art history

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All islands great and small: The role of small cay environments in indigenous settlement strategies in the Turks & Caicos Islands

Sinelli, Peter Thomas, University of Florida, 2010, Ph.D.
Subject: Archaeology

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The performances and reception of Rossini's operas in Vienna, 1822--1825

Clark, Michele Leigh, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005, Ph.D.
Subject: Music

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