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Four Mennonite Pioneers: Case Studies of the Ordination of Mennonite Women
I enjoy researching even more than I enjoy writing. Making discoveries and finding all the pieces that complete a picture of a particular topic or event is very satisfying. Pieces for this project were challenging to locate. ...
A Portal to Middle Earth: The Dodge Collection of Tolkien Books & Ephemera
My entry for the 2012 Applestein-Sweren Prize is my collection of books and ephemera related to J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings fantasy series. A focus on Tolkien’s work is the primary unifying theme of the collection, ...
Sexuality Education in the Twenty-First Century: The Struggle over Adolescent Rights
The beginning of the research strategy entailed entering key phases into the Goucher College Library online databases, particularly EBSCO and JSTOR. The online databases provided a medium for specified research that would ...
The Movies, the Magic and Me
The research for my play was divided into three major categories: I looked at female romantic friendship at the turn of the 20th century, college life for women around 1900, and the ways in which female-female romantic ...
Preservation in Practice: Adaptive Use of Historic Buildings as Arts Facilities in the San Francisco Bay
As a mature student, I had not researched and written a term paper in over thirty years. The last time I did so, I wrote the paper on a manual typewriter, and spent many happy hours in my university library, hoping to find ...
Georgia O’Keeffe, The Woman Behind the Myth: Assumptions and Associations Projected by Alfred Stieglitz throughout the 1920’s
After visiting the Baltimore Museum of Art and selected which painting I would focus on for this paper, I was able to employ many of the library’s resources. Our class was structured in a manner that enabled research to ...