The Master of Arts in Humanities at Dominican provides you with a rigorous, dynamic, and intellectually nourishing liberal arts program that offers opportunities to research and engage in an interdisciplinary dialogue about the human condition.

Here, you'll find a collection of master's theses produced by students from the Master of Arts in Humanities program.

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Theses/Capstones from 2020

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Bernadette: A Screenplay, Dain Bedford-Pugh

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In Search of Harmony in Culture: An Analysis of American Rock Music and the African American Experience, Cleopatra Boxill-Clark

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Prism of Time, 1950-2020: A Collection of Short Stories, Rosalie Marcovecchio

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Lean on Me: Leadership Beyond the Patriarchy, Tamara Taylor

Theses/Capstones from 2019

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Locating Meaning in the Art-Making Process, Jesse Bodony

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Unangan Orthodox Christianity: Conversion Through Similarity, Robert Daley

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Retribution vs. Restoration: Tendencies of the Criminal Justice System, Brenda de Oliveira Morsch

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Cultivating an Ecospiritual Imagination, Brighid FitzGibbon

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Revisioning the Devī Māhātmya: A Creative Approach to Ecofeminism, Meret A. Luthi

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Draw Us Something: Ekphrasis In Reverse, A Meeting of Minds, Cara Makuh

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Blanquiando: My Mother's Passing, Diana Putterman

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Big History and Sustainability, Duncan Blake Ross

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The Iconography of the Honey Bee in Western Art, Maura Wilson

Theses/Capstones from 2018

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A Change of Heart: Internal Narratives, Forgiveness & Health, Keiko Ehret

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The Lost Artist: Biographical Fiction and the Identity of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, Alexandra Fradelizio

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Immortal Melancholia: A Psychoanalytical Study of Byronic Heroes, Kathryn Frazell

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Disrupting Narratives and Narrators: A Case for Anna Deavere Smith's Work in the High School Classroom, Amy Hale

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Who Died: Redefining the Elegy Through Affect and Trauma, Brittney La Noire

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Cultivating Creation: Exploring Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Native Song, Sara Moncada

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Diary of A Runagate, David Jon Phillips

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Medieval Japanese Zen: Catalyst for Symbol System Formation, Kendall Ann Roper

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So, “In Your Eyes, I am Complete.” A play in one act, K. Michelle Sellers

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Introducing Godzilla to Marianne Moore's Octopus of Ice at the Intersection of Global Warming, Environmental Philosophy, and Poetry, David Seter

Theses/Capstones from 2017

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Three Women, Two Spheres, and A Contract: A Comparative Study of Mary Astell and Mary Wollstonecraft Through the Lens of Carole Pateman's "The Sexual Contract", Robyn Burke Dabora

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Literacy Revolution: How the New Tools of Communication Change the Stories We Tell, Molly Gamble