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  • Andrade Diniz de Araújo, Maria Paula; 0000-0002-2583-6686 (2022-07-18)
    Department: History
    The development of Brazilian public health in the nineteenth century provides a fresh perspective on Brazilian state building. This dissertation examines the role of public engagement in the evolving nature of state policies ...
  • Stefanov, Janet (Vanderbilt University, 2022)
    To what extent is Hungary’s recession between 1991 and 1996 driven by the costs of institutional adjustment following the collapse of the planned economy? Using a dynamic general equilibrium model with trade policy, price ...
  • Kantor, Rebecca; 0000-0003-3318-8671 (2022-06-29)
    Department: Creative Writing
    Imagined Bodies and Other Stories focuses on young girls and women who find themselves in new situations, countries, or bodies that leave them reeling. These five stories examine the generational and everyday violence often ...
  • Wakharkar, Pallavi V; 0000-0002-7689-9855 (2022-05-31)
    Department: Creative Writing
    A thesis submitted to the faculty of the Graduate School of Vanderbilt University, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (fiction), this novel excerpt follows ...
  • Lee, Jessica; 0000-0002-4375-7121 (2022-06-09)
    Department: Creative Writing
    First Want begins with this hungry eye and expands outward, circling around questions of desire and convention, gender roles and expectations, perception, the domestic, sexuality, and performance versus authentic experience. ...

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