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Unopposed Genocide: The Yanomami’s Fight for Survival
Indigenous cultures across the globe are threatened by the unchecked spread of modernization and Westernization. The Yanomami tribe of Brazil in particular is under attack as they strive to protect their ancestral home in ...
The Sustainability of Theatre in Colleges and Universities
From ancient Greece to today, theatre has played a crucial role in the development of society. Over time, theatre has often been criticized or stigmatized, especially today’s theatre programs in colleges and universities. ...
Moore's Law or Moore's Flaw? Sustainability of an Industry Built on Exponential Growth
Roughly stated, Moore's Law observes that the processing power of computers doubles approximately every two years, and has retained striking accuracy over the past five decades. Since it was first observed by Intel Corporation ...
Mothers in Prison: Restoring Maternal Bonds and Mental Health
In 2016, the number of women in American prisons was 213,722 (Incarcerated Women and Girls, 2018). This is a 700% increase since 1980, when a total of 26,378 women were incarcerated. Of these prisoners, over 60% have at ...
Careful the Things You Say: Sondheim’s Didactic Nature and its Effects on Community
Other title: “Careful the Things You Say”: Didacticism in Sondheim’s theatre”
Hands-on History: Living History Museums and Children’s History Education
Other title: “Trusting the Educational Community of Living History Museums”
Society Shaped Self-Image