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    Dean, Johnathan (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2021-05)
  • Richstone, Barbara A. (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2014-01)
  • Hoffman, Laura (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2021-01-16)
    The Hell and the Halcyon is a documentary poem based on evidence related to the Columbine High School shooting. In keeping with the nature of documentary poetry, The Hell and the Halcyon is unabashedly subjective and ...
  • Araujo, Camile (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2017-06-15)
    Samantha DeLuna is a Dade-County Homicide Detective who watches her own body enter an ambulance on a stretcher. While she fights for her life in the present time, Hell Is a Strip with Neon Lights recounts the three and ...
  • Talley, Samantha (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2017-06-15)
    Hell Is Empty reinterprets Arthurian myths by setting them in the world of drug cartels. The title originates from The Tempest, a play often analyzed through a postcolonial lens. In Hell Is Empty, different narrators ...
  • Walden, Dan (Honors Symposium, The University of Tampa, 2017-01-27)
    Dan Walden, an associate professor of English at Baylor University, presents “A Hell of Our Own — Pirates, Sailors and Coastal Identities in Early America.” This event is part of The University of Tampa Honors Program ...
  • Trumble, Brian (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2018-01-04)
    Hellscapes is a novel about the torments we create for ourselves, and the ones we let others put us in. Hell isn’t other people. Hell is us.
  • Drake C. Williams (College of Natural and Health Sciences, The University of Tampa, 2015)
    Using high-resolution, high signal-to-noise ratio Keck/HIRES spectra we have derived the parameters and abundances of 17elements of four planetary host stars discovered by Kepler: Kepler-97, Kepler-128, Kepler-131, and ...
  • Durham, Aisha (Scholar's Symposium, The University of Tampa, 2018-04-20)
    Dr. Aisha Durham, associate professor of communication at the University of South Florida, presented “Home with Hip Hop Feminism” as part of the Department of English and Writing’s Scholars Symposia series.
  • Talcott, Baylor (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2021-05)
  • Dooghan, Dr. Daniel (2016-09)
  • Dooghan, Dr. Daniel (2017-01)
  • Carlson, Zoe Brittany (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2017-06-15)
    House of Ash is a novel of fiction that follows Ana, a young vampire duchess living in Florida who is torn between her unhappy marriage, her familial expectations, political allegiances, and the stirrings of war. She ...
  • Eshoo, Emily (The University of Tampa, 2019-04)
    The presence of refugees changes the dynamics of the host society. Influxes of refugees have economic, political, and social implications. The purpose of my research is to discover how refugee inflows influence the potential ...
  • Xie, Chuanyin (North American Business Press, 2018)
    Small firms are disadvantaged when competing with large firms. Conventional wisdom suggests small firms should target niche markets neglected by large firms, but most large firms have used a niche strategy for some of their ...
  • Duarte Maysonet, Paola (The University of Tampa, 2019-04)
    This research investigates how the sex traffic industry prefers to traffic women over men and how countries that have partially legalized and those that have completely legalized prostitution have a lower or a higher sex ...
  • Serna, Estephanie (The University of Tampa, 2019-04)
    ODA is usually thought as a form of humanitarian aid from a developed country to a less developed country. The purpose of my research is to discover whether ODA manipulates change within the foreign policy of the recipient. ...
  • Barber, Roman (The University of Tampa, 2019-04)
    This research question explores the impact of terrorism mechanisms on foreign direct investment. The mechanisms of terrorism that I focused on where transnational, domestic and political terrorism. My research explains how ...
  • Ebner, David J (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2015)
    An unsuccessful novelist, a sexually deviant school teacher, and a man troubled with the loss of his estranged father, William Bradstock struggles with assimilating into what his world wants him to become. Through this ...
  • Hoeft, Kendall (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2017-06-15)
    How to Match the Sky is a collection of poetry focusing on the struggle between freedom and control through an examination of familial expectations and social norms. These poems question cultural boundaries and racial ...