OAI Archive: University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy
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- Nicholas Parmley, Imagining the Mediterranean: Disruption and Connectivity in Medieval Iberian Tales of the Sea.University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. June 2013. Major: Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Linguistics. Advisor: Michelle Hamilton. 1 computer file ; v, 307 pages.No categories
- Shay Logan, Categories and Constructs.No categories
- Mark A. Martinez, Care of the Machine Self: Physiology, Cybernetics, Humanistic Systems in Ergonomics.University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. January 2013. Major: Communication Studies. Advisor: Ronald Walter Greene. 1 computer file ; vi, 275 pages.No categories
- Wade Daniel Haynes, The Fingerprint of the Living Mind": Tape, Technology, and Performance.University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. January 2015. Major: Theatre Arts. Advisors:Michal Kobialka, John Mowitt. 1 computer file ; iii, 236 pages.No categories
- Elizabeth Bechtel Jayanti, An Investigation of the Internal Corporate Factors of Organizational Learning and Innovation.
- Matt Spates, An Analysis of Model Organism Criteria in Developmental Biology: From Metazoans to Microbes.
- Marcia Muelder Eaton & Clarke A. Chambers, Interview with Marcia Eaton.Clarke A. Chambers interviews Marcia Eaton, professor in the Department of Philosophy.No categories
- Susan Parry, Power Shifts: How Patient Activism Shapes the Practice of Medicine.University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. November 2008. Major: Philosophy. Advisor: Carl Elliott. 1 computer file (PDF); iv, 186 pages.No categories
- Marilea Elizabeth Bramer, Taking Relationships Seriously: The Place of Personal Relationships in Kantian Moral Theory.