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    • Family Portrait 

      Marshall, Elizabeth Diane (2018-05-28)
      Its a rare experience to have lived formative years on a commune and to be the daughter of its leaders. In the late 1960s my parents were at the centre of a Toronto-based communitarian movement of baby boomers. During a ...
    • Folkloric Flux 

      McClary, Gregory Ian (2016-09-20)
      This paper accompanies the authors original symphony for large orchestra, folkloric flux. Although primarily based on traditional symphonic formal and developmental features, folkloric flux also employs narrative to guide ...
    • Three Rock Music Compositions and the Groups that Inspired Them: The Beatles, Yes, and Led Zeppelin, From 1967 to 1972 

      Shannon, Mark Thomas (2018-05-28)
      This thesis presents three of my popular music compositions and places these works in their historical context. The discussion spans the years 1967 to 1972, when British popular music in general and the Beatles in particular ...
    • When John-Boy Learned Sign Language: History and Disability on Walton's Mountain 

      Gienow-Mcconnell, Haley Ann (2019-11-22)
      This dissertation examines CBS Televisions historically-based drama The Waltons (1972-1981) as a case study in disability and American cultural history. Produced throughout the 1970s and the very early 1980s, but set in ...
    • "You Are Your Own Alternative": Performance, Pleasure, and the American Counterculture, 1965-1975 

      Abraham, Mark (2015-01-26)
      “You Are Your Own Alternative” examines influential countercultural groups in the 1960s and 1970s. In opposition to historians who dismiss the politics of the counterculture and blame the counterculture for contributing ...

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