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    • Vol. 9 No. 2, Spring 2018; Law is a Battlefield: Why Musicians and Politicians Both Lose with Blanket Licensing 

      Schrauth, Laura E. (2018-05)
      When musicians allege that politicians they dislike have used their music without authorization, those allegations make the news, but rarely, if ever, do those news sources mention when the politicians have purchased ...
    • Vol. 9 No. 1, Fall 2017; Purpose, Prudence, and Path: Reevaluating the Primary Jurisdiction Doctrine in the Context of Opioid Litigation 

      Cunningham, Abby (2017-11)
      The primary jurisdiction doctrine is a judicially created discretionary tool which allows a court to halt proceedings in an action where a regulatory agency’s interpretation of an issue within the matter is sin qua non to ...
    • Video Magic 

      Griffith, Rebecca (Northern Illinois University, 2018)
      I excavate material from VHS cassettes discussing the human body, the human nervous system, nostalgia, and memory. My work examines the process of coping and caregiving for a parent’s illness from a young age to adulthood. ...
    • Iterations 

      Wojciaczyk, Kinga (Northern Illinois University, 2018)
      These works focus on the interconnectedness of the commonplace, the world, and the universe as a whole. Utilizing imagery originating in the natural world, photographic compositions are layered and blended through Photoshop ...
    • load - bearing 

      Sawka, Elyse (Northern Illinois University, 2018)
      This body of work explores the understanding of literal and metaphoric attachments to intimate spaces I once had access to; my interest lies in memory, identity, and place. This investigation began with photographic ...
    • Love and Justice 

      Peters, Hayley (Northern Illinois University, 2018)
      From an early age, children pretend and use imagination when playing with their toys and friends. They create their own stories with endless possibilities. When they grow up however, many of them lose that childlike spirit. ...
    • Fresh Out 

      Viola, Antoinette (Northern Illinois University, 2018)
      Fresh Out explores the infinite and indefinable world of femininity. Portraits, still lifes, and installation materials work together to investigate gender performance, power structures, and pleasure paradoxes. Within ...
    • Permanence 

      Bachman, Angela (Northern Illinois University, 2018)
      My body of work focuses on the simple aspects of inspiration and what naturally and organically has come into my life as positive motivation. This is directly associated with nature, as this has always served as a beautiful ...
    • Transmigration 

      O'Heron, Sarah M., 1994-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-05-09)
      Transmigration is the spiritual concept said to be the migration of a soul into a new body. The natural and found items act as the soul elements of my work, which are transformed into new existences and made precious. As ...
    • Saturday's And Dreamsicles 

      Calvin, Jamiah J., 1981-- (NA, 2018-05-09)
    • Divinity Series 

      Calvin, Jamiah J., 1981-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018)
      My mission is to create works of art that will leave a perpetual impression on the psyche of the viewer. Each piece carries a message that challenges the persona of beauty, love, pain and the hidden stigmas of everyday ...
    • no one belongs here more than you 

      Silver, Tania Y.,1992-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-05-09)
      Through collection, installation, and maintenance of discarded plant materials this body of work explores protection and care of the self.
    • Inhibition's Role in Mediating Recall of Arguments 

      Mogan, James R., 1988-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-05-04)
      Arguments are everywhere and even college students lack the skill to evaluate whether a reason provides minimal support for a claim. Part of this problem may be that when reading an argument, an individual’s personal ...
    • Exploring the Relationships Between Stressors and Cortisol Production in Captive and Wild Sifakas 

      Mogan, James R., 1988-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-05-04)
      The ‘stress response,’ or how an animal responds to external stressors, transpires from a litany of external factors. Past research has examined this response in captive sifakas and wild sifakas without making a direct ...
    • SEF Narrative 

      Mogan, James R., 1988-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-05-04)
    • Supernatural Beliefs and the Influence of the Media 

      Halsey, Mellissa S. (Northern Illinois University, 2018-05-04)
      People and the media has had a continued fascination in the supernatural, from books and verbal stories of the past to television and movies today. The supernatural is a fascinating topic and includes paranormal phenomena, ...
    • 3D Printed Maps for People with Visual Impairments 

      Mendez, Matthew W., 1997-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-05-04)
      Although many advances in turn-by-turn, GPS-enabled guidance for people with visual impairments have been made in the last decade, research suggests that map-based learning significantly improves long-term spatial memory ...
    • Parent and Educator Definitions of Parent Involvement and Engaged Activities 

      Kivikoski, Ashley N., 1996-- (Northern Illinois University, 2018-05-04)
      Parental involvement in education is mandated by law (i.e., NCLB, IDEA) and it is the educators’ responsibility to reach out and include parents in the education of their child(ren). To date, there is little available ...