Congratulations to our Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Master of Arts in Humanities graduates, an intellectually diverse group of excellent scholar/writers, as evidenced by their theses titles. All graduate theses are professionally bound, catalogued, and shelved in the Dominican University of California library. We are proud to add their work to our collection.
“Quintessence of Dust: Cognitive Neuroscience and an Actor's Process”
“Fetus: An Exploration of Human Nature Through the Issue of Abortion”
“Like A Snake Eating Its Tail: Queer Identity Formation Through Stereotyping”
"Demeter's Daughters: How the Myth of the Captured Bride Helped Spur Feminine Consciousness in Ancient Greece"
“The Flame of the Black Arts Movement, Igniting Hear, Mind and Soul of the African- American”
“The Idylls of the King: The Fallen Woman and the Allegory of Female Behavior in Victorian Society as Presented through Tennyson’s Poetry and Julia Margaret Cameron’s Photographic Illustrations of Arthurian Legend”
Grover Wilson III