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  • Tesfai, Sara (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    This thesis seeks to interpret and examine the philosophy of the twentieth-century Indian philosopher, Jiddu Krishnamurti as it relates to his ideas on the possibility of self-transformation and freedom in order that one ...
  • Bechelli, Cecelia Boden (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    Tap, America’s own indigenous dance form, has a rich and colorful history that parallels American history. With roots in African and Irish dance and influences from English Lancashire clog dancing, tap thrived in the ...
  • Armada, Spencer Gregory (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    This thesis examines the narrative techniques and representational strategies of four “experimental” novels published in the last decade by Ben Lemer, Valeria Luiselli, and Alejandro Zambra. I argue that these texts, ...
  • Johnson, Brian (San Francisco State University, 2016)
    Lu Xun is considered the most influential modern Chinese writer, likened by many scholars to Tolstoy, Shakespeare and Goethe in both scope and cultural impact. The richness of Lu Xun's writing is predicated upon conflict, ...
  • Duque de Castela Downhour, Margarida (San Francisco State University, 2016)
    The 2014 video game “Never Alone” was developed by the Native Alaskan Cook Inlet Tribe Council in partnership with the Educational video game company, E-media. By embracing the digital, the CITC has found a way of sharing ...