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The history and development of library and information studies has been enriched by the work of outstanding men and women, one of them is Isadore Gilbert Mudge. Isadore G. Mudge was a leader on reference works and a great reference librarian. Mudge is widely known for her work editing the third...
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2019: This IDG project aims at developing an inclusive approach to landscape by studying it through the lens of 'biography' and using cutting edge methods of archaeological prospection. I have selected a test area of 600 hectares of forested countryside in Achaia Phthiotis, a...
Resistance and Encroachment in Everyday Life: A Feminist Epistemological Study of Qajar Era Iranian Women’s Travel JournalsDownload
This dissertation is a study of Iranian women’s everyday resistances in Qajar-era Iran, the period prior to the Constitutional Revolution (1906). Mobilizing feminist epistemology, and specifically feminist standpoint theory, which calls for the uncovering of women’s hidden knowledge, I analyze...
Writing (fictional) lives: the relationship between biography and fiction in the work of Carol ShieldsDownload
This thesis examines the intersections between biography and fiction in three novels and one biography by Carol Shields: Small Ceremonies, Swann, The Stone Diaries, and Jane Austen. By writing about biography and biographers in each novel, Carol Shields foregrounds the subject of biography and...