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Transactions | Volume 23
Volume will be published in Spring 2023.
Baltimore: Ain’t Nothing Here For Free
Video Art Project: Self-Portrait
Lauren D. Cotner
Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz: Visions of God and the Universe
Language, Knowing, and the Destruction of Binaries and Institutions
Confronted by the Golden Age: Understanding Racism and Prejudice in America through South Pacific—The Musical
Heterotopias and Queer Time in Ali: Fear Eats the Soul and Carol
Investigating the Effects of Radiation on our Neurobiology as We Explore Deep Space
The Effect of Internet and Cell Phone Penetration on Human Development
The Relationship Between Space Exploration and Economic Development
(Tik)Toking ‘Bout a Revolution: TikTok as a Tool of Social Change
Anxiety and Anatomy
The Uprising of the 20,000: the Shirtwaist Workers Strike and Its Impact on Female Immigrants
Manipulating the “master Narrative”: Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea as a Response to Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre
Yasemin Ciftcikal, Josephine Farshi, Kaltrina Mulosmani and Katarina Vukasinovic
The Physiological Effects of Spaceflight on Metabolic Processes
A New Approach to Drug Discovery for the Treatment of Cryptosporidiosis
Initial Evaluation of the Water Quality From Selected Billion Oyster Project Restoration Sites
Black Madonnas: the Effects of the Idealization and Stigmatization of the Social Phenomenon “virginity” on African-american Women
The Effect of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid Expansion on Self-reported Health