Student publications from the Interdisciplinary Studies department at Gettysburg College.

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2022

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Research, Analysis, and Maximal Reconstruction of the Physical Appearance of Dr. Chen from the Perspective of Psychology (從心理學角度,研析並最大限度重構伯玉形貌), Xiao-Yu Chen

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Victims of Victims: The Concept of Victimhood in Two War Memoirs of the Sierra Leonean Civil War, Lauren R. Letizia

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Dialogue Concerning the Existence and Nature of God, Theodore J. Szpakowski

2020

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Huang Li-Zhou (Zongxi, 1610-1695) the Venerable Warrior's "On the Monarchs," "On the Officials," and "On Laws" in English Translations, Xiao-Yu Chen

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Distinction Between Indigenous and Western Cultural Conceptions of the Earth and its Relation to the Environment, John M. Zak

2019

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Drawing Survivance, Embodying Survivance: The Work of Contemporary Ledger Artists Dwayne Wilcox and Monte Yellow Bird Sr., Keira B. Koch

2018

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How Different Generations Perceive Political News, Elizabeth C. Hilfrank
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2017

Gettysburg and the Great War, S. Marianne Johnson and Ian A. Isherwood

2016

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Civilize Them with Indian Boarding Schools, Kelsey C. Meisch

2015

Johnnie To and the Auteur, Eric J. Lee

2014

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“In Light of Real Alternatives”: Negotiations of Fertility and Motherhood in Morocco and Oman, Victoria E. Mohr

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The Effects of American Involvement in Northern Uganda's Conflict with the Lord's Resistance Army, Karen J. Norris

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Haydn Doren's Defense in the Court of the Jarl of Whiterun, Balgruuf the Greater, Ryan W. Selfridge

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The Impact of Empire on Native American Women and Mothers, Rebecca J.M. Yowan

2012

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Willem Blaeu's 'Asia noviter delineata': Expressions of Power through Naval Might and Natural Knowledge in Dutch Mapmaking, Joshua W. Poorman