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    • Aen Loo Pawatamihk: Inherited and Personal Memories Shared Through Storytelling and Mediated Interactions with More-Than-Human-Beings 

      Ouellette, Dianne Lynn (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2020-03)
      This critical engagement paper represents the fundamental framework conducted for my MFA thesis project, Aen loo Pawatamihk: Inherited and Personal Memories Shared Through Storytelling and Mediated Interactions with ...
    • "Big Damn Heroes": Zoe Washburn and the Evolution of the Warrior Women in Firefly 

      Kosanovich, Peter WIlliam Halverson (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2019-10)
      This thesis explores the evolution of science fiction television in the United States alongside the disruption of the third wave of feminism as a result of the turn to patriotism and nationalism following the September ...
    • Dexter in Love 

      Robinson, Brett Andrew Bernard (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2013-04)
      Showtime’s Dexter (2006-) is a television series about a serial killer named Dexter Morgan that has become a cult-hit in the landscape of popular North American television. The series’ narrative follows Dexter’s life as ...
    • Engagement Paper for Hybrid Format Film Meat 

      Shen, Xin (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2017-03)
      After having suffered the pressure of being a single woman at the age of twenty-five when I was in China, I have made a hybrid format short film Meat to remember my personal experience as being a sheng nu (left-over ...
    • The Evolution of Feminism in Nigerian Media: A Look At IGBO Culture Films 

      Emelogu, Joy Adanna (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2019-01)
      This thesis addresses the subject of feminism in the Nigerian media, particularly on how issues related to women’s rights and gender discrimination have been addressed in Igbo culture Nigerian films. For several decades, ...
    • The Heart of Relics: Catholic Relics, Affect, and the Heart of Brother Andre 

      Wood-Gagnon, Sarah Elizabeth (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2019-12)
      Catholic relics elicit strong emotion and are thought to have healing powers; they are an important part of Catholic practice, yet their affect is not often explicitly explored. Arguing that relics are affective, or ...
    • Magdaleena: Reconstructing and Redirecting the 'Dominant Gaze' 

      Mikkola, Ella Katriina (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2019-01)
      Experimental filmmaking, expanded cinema, art films and gallery installations are all terms that are used to describe cinematic work that moves away from its conventional form and towards something unexpected and engaging. ...
    • The Mother-Daughter Dyad as Modernized Archetypal Mythology in The Last House On The Left and Carrie 

      Murrow, Kelsi Elizabeth (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2020-01)
      This thesis analyzes The Last House on the Left (1972, Wes Craven, USA) and Carrie (1976, Brian De Palma, USA) – two horror films from the 1970s – in terms of Carl Jung’s concepts of the collective unconscious, the shadow, ...
    • Nora's Transformative Journey: From A Doll's House and The Little Mermaid to The Way Home 

      Al-Harthi, Rania (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2017-04)
      This critical engagement paper employs the practical work and research conducted for my MFA graduating installation performance The Way Home. For decades, domestic violence researchers analyzed abused women coping with ...
    • Relativity: Synchresis in Art and Applied Science 

      Wasyliw, Garry (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2017-11)
      This critical engagement paper outlines the technical details and theoretical support for my Masters of Fine Arts final project titled Relativity. This project explores philosophies of perception through associations between ...
    • Situating the Immersive Experience: Exploring Intermedial Situations in Art/Cinema Installations 

      Wilmink, Melanie Thekala (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2014-04)
      This thesis performs an analysis of three art/cinema case-studies in relation to a selection of cinematic, art historical and cultural theory. The text is split into three theoretical chapters with accompanying case-studies, ...
    • Through "The Forest of Things, Acts, and Signs": A Study of Edmonton's The Works Art and Design Festival and Nuit Blanche 

      Miliokas, Lydia Caroline (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2017-05)
      This thesis explores large-scale public arts festivals that function under a narrative of greater inclusivity and accessibility for audiences. More specifically, it examines the ways in which these emergent curatorial ...
    • What's At Hand: Improvisation, Group Facilitation, and 'Agreement' Among Strangers 

      Pfeifer, Jayden Calvin (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2017-08)
      In this support paper, improvisation artist Jayden Pfeifer reflects on the history, creative process, and theoretical framework at the foundation of what’s at hand: a facilitated improvisation performance that engages the ...