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  • Clements, Caroline (MAPC, The University of Tampa, 2021-08)
    The Pact app matches solo female travelers in safe, fun, budget-friendly adventures across the globe. Pact was created by college student Caroline Clements in 2021.
  • Chacon, Tiffany (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2016-01-07)
    Pangaea follows seventeen-year-old Lenna Thompson, an intelligence operative-in training living in a futuristic world in which the continents have collided. Lenna and her father are commissioned to disarm nuclear missiles ...
  • Tillman, Kacy (The University of Tulsa, 2016)
    This article suggests that in early American novels, the letter served as a kind of paper body, a contested space where women writers and their readers vied for control over the female form, symbolizing the broader cultural ...
  • Felmine, Kimoi (MAPC, The University of Tampa, 2021-08)
    This research study investigated the implications of parental leave on individuals socially, physically, and mentally on their family and organizational work structure. The main hypothesis of this investigation was that ...
  • Dwyer, Bryce (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2007)
  • Brownlow, Laura (MAPC, The University of Tampa, 2021-08)
    This study explored the relationship between the Hillsborough County Public Schools Visual Art 1 curriculum, and the unlikeliness of students with visual impairments participating in art elective classes across the county. ...
  • Schumacher, Timothy (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2016-06-16)
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    Benefield, Hannah (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2021-01-16)
    In this collection of short stories, four women's lives intersect at the local doctor's office situated in a small Pennsylvanian town near the Great Lakes. Cheryl grapples with her feelings for a handsome stranger who ...
  • Hansen, Tinamarie (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2016-01-07)
    Perfect Landing portrays through confessional poetry, the speakers experience of familial, and romantic encounters. This collection, introduces the reader to the concepts of acceptance, growth and forgiveness of ...
  • Simon, Alia R. (Honors Program, The University of Tampa, 2020-04-24)
    Two studies investigated links among perfectionism, stress, and mindfulness. An exploratory pilot study (N = 297) showed correlations among perfectionistic tendencies, stress levels, and mindfully-inclined thinking. The ...
  • Ramirez, Andrea (MAPC, The University of Tampa, 2021-12)
    This textual analysis examines the performance of authenticity displayed through “private” moments within two modern-day music documentaries. Historically, rock documentaries have differed from traditional documentaries ...
  • Gottdiener, Anna (Keyhole Press, The University of Tampa, 2022-04)
    Untitled Film Still #16 by Cindy Sherman, Marxism in Art: Beware of Fascist Feminism by Hannah Wilke, and La Notte by Michelangelo Antonioni are analyzed through the lens of feminism, iconography and film theory. Second-wave ...
  • Warmbold, Carolyn (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2021-01-16)
    Novel: On a trip to Paris, Caroline recalls a long-ago marriage to a gay man who died of AIDS.
  • Lansky, Steven Paul (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2015)
    Person of Interest is an epic novel-in-progress. The themes include longing, love, fatigue, passion, technology, imagination, music, art, satisfaction, and community. The protagonist is a self-mythologized, middle-aged ...
  • Pohlman, Hope (Keyhole Press, The University of Tampa, 2022-04)
    The Hispanic population in the US is increasing, and much of that is due to Latino immigrants coming from Mexico, Central America, and South America. Despite such an increasing population, US understanding of immigration ...
  • Phelps, Michael (The University of Tampa, 2019-01-03)
    Phosphoria is a short story collection consisting of nine stories with the common themes of alienation and marginalization, often but not always a product of the characters’ own efforts and ennui. The majority of the ...
  • Yurovchak, Kristen (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2019-12-04)
    Created for FMX460 under the direction of Professor Dana Plays.
  • Schuler, Dr. Simon (2019-09)
  • Schuler, Dr. Simon (2019-09)
  • Schuler, Dr. Simon (2019-09)