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  1. Spaces of Encounter: Art and Revision in Human-Animal Relations

    Contributor(s):: Bryndis Snaebjornsdottir

    This PhD project explores contemporary Western human relationships with animals through a ‘relational’ art practice. It centres on three art projects produced by Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson – nanoq: flat out and bluesome; (a)fly; and seal – all utilize...

  2. One-dog policy

    | Contributor(s):: Maija Astikainen

    The thesis One-Dog Policy consists of production and written parts. The thesis discusses pet dogs and the side effects of dog keeping, like decorating and dyeing dogs. The principle idea is that the dog is seen as a human-like creature. The thesis approaches images of dogs on the basis of...

  3. Animals in the Room

    | Contributor(s):: Visser, Lisa

  4. Theorizing performances of the human-animal relationship

    | Contributor(s):: Scott, Shelly R.

  5. Humanimal

    | Contributor(s):: April Vandegrift

    This thesis is part of a project that includes a physical body of work in which I investigate ideas about cultural narratives and hierarchies of power. I discuss how animal imagery in the stories that we tell at multiple levels in our culture has been used to communicate societal norms and rules....

  6. Companion, messenger, teacher, resource : animal meaning in the lives of adults

    | Contributor(s):: Pete, Cheryl Anne

  7. Professional Theories and Popular Beliefs about the Plains Indians and the Horse with Implications for Teaching Native American History

    | Contributor(s):: Eichstaedt, Donna Roberta March

  8. A Transformational Bond

    | Contributor(s):: Nettie Locke Rogers, Professor Peter Pinnell (adviser)

    I create two- and three-dimensional narrative works that are inspired by memories, objects and animals that have a significant impact on my life. The work draws from a darkness that at times surrounded my childhood. Through drawing and sculpture I create an invented world that allows me to...