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1 Donovan, Ann JohnsonAn analysis of Anton Bruckner's symphony number seven in E majorThe purpose of this thesis concerning Anton Bruckner's Seventh Symphony is to present a detailed analysis of the composition and to make it of value to anyone interested in the work of Bruckner. An intensive written analysis is given and the formal structure and tonal relationships are shown by diag...Bruckner, Aton, 1824-1896. Symphony no. 7, E major1972
2 Allen, Florence S.Analysis of Schubert symphony no.8 in B minorThis thesis contains four chapters. Chapter I discusses pertinent information concerning the writing, first performances, and success of Schubert's Symphony No. 8 in B minor, known as the Unfinished Symphony. Chapter II describes in detail the form of each of the movements. Chapter III is composed o...Schubert; Franz; 1797-1828. Symphonies; D. 759, B minor1955
3 Sears, Gordon HeberHuman Sterilization in UtahApplied eugenics attempts to improve the human racial stock from two angles,--the positive and the negative. Positive eugenics is interested in the increase in birth-rate of physically and mentally superior individuals; negative eugenics is concerned with the restriction of the reproduction of the h...Involuntary sterilization; Utah1933
4 Jenson, Neil CalvinA personal philosophy: its basis and implicationsA consciousness of past art history that was based on a superficial understanding of the nature of reality in which painting remained tied to an ideal of scientific representation has led me to make an account about the expansion of man's reality in art. This is a philosophic activity that I have in...Art; Philosophy1970
5 Hamilton, Charles MarkAuthorship and architectural influences on the Salt Lake TempleThe question of ultimate architectural origins for the Salt Lake Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a problem that cannot be easily solved as a number of factors enter into the process of initial concept; design, and construction of the building. The solution lies with a co...Salt Lake Temple Church architecture; Designs and plans Mormon temples; Utah; Salt Lake City1972
6 Davis, Shane BryantWe gender: and so can you!The following writing is a collection of thoughts and explanations of my choreographic thesis project, which was a practice in combining two unique art forms: Drag and modern dance. In this process, I was asked, "Do you have a point of view beyond ‘Drag is good?'" My ideas revolving around my proj...Dance; Gender studies2017
7 Blaylock, NicholasSalad Days: work, Covenant, and the childThis thesis has become an intermingling conversation between two threads. On one hand, I write in-depth reflections concerning my creative work, Salad Days, completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Master of Fine Arts in Modern Dance. At the same, this is a personal manifesto. I si...Dance2017
8 McGrew, Christy RaePerformativity and identity in the illuminated photographs of the Countess de CastiglioneThe illuminated photographs of the Countess de Castiglione are unique in the way they demonstrate identity and performativity both through documentation and through fictionality. By combining photography and painting, the Countess created new personas for herself that interrogated the feminine roles...Art history2013
9 Decker, Donald JosephAre you my boyfriend? exploring a choreographic narrative2010
10 Miner, PaulA study in correlations between discriminative abilities, hard opposites and class standingIn the study of the transfer of training or formal discipline; and in the attempt to standardize a series of mental and physical tests for the determining of the general intelligence of individuals, practically all the tests used have brought out the importance of the sensory discriminative ability ...Intelligence tests1916
11 Beal, Owen F.University of Utah charities and correctionsIn order to establish a working basis for my thesis on Charities and Corrections, I have given a brief historical survey of charity, and a general summary of methods of relief employed in a number of European Countries-France, Germany, and England, as well as examples of relief work in various state...Charities -- Utah; Social problems -- Utah1915-07
12 Kamrath, CatherineThe language of fibers: how movement emerges from space harmony theory and architectureFrom the perspective of a choreographic artist, 'The Language of Fibers: How Movement Emerges from Space Harmony Theory and Architecture' discusses the creative process through the lens of two theoretical frameworks. Rudolf Laban’s Space Harmony Theory examines the relationship between the hum...Architecture; dance; Laban; Space Harmony2016
13 Schaub, CarlyFrom tremor to movement: a choreographic process with fitzmaurice voiceworkThis thesis examines the process of using Fitzmaurice Voicework (FV) in a choreographed dance. I hypothesized that using FV would generate a different choreographic process beyond habitual movement patterns, and investigated these questions: Through the breaking down of habitual technique patterns, ...choreography; Fitzmaurice; improvisation; technique; tremor; Voicework2016
14 Young, GeorgiaThe stage of the early restoration from contemporaneous literatureThe material concerning the playhouses of the early Restoration is very scarce and rather obscure. Pepys' Diary is one of the chief sources and in it are used different names indiscriminately. This much, however, is obvious: during this period, there were two important theatres, which were used by...Theater - England - London - History1909-06-02
15 Shir, AllisonMetamorphosis: radically imagining the body through collage and the grotesqueThis thesis focuses on metamorphosis, defined as a dynamic state of in-betweens, the meeting point of the paradoxical and absurd, a junction where extreme opposites may coexist. It is a constant collage of isolated and alienated parts that have been ripped, cut, and torn and then reorganized into a ...art; body; choreography; dance; grotesque; paradox2016
16 Sales, Jennifer LeiteRace, sexuality, and power in Ivens Machado's video performance Escravizador-Escravo (1974)Brazilian artist Ivens Olinto Machado's experimental video, Escravizador-Escravo (1974), deploys the body to elucidate a violent power struggle between the artist and an Afro-Brazilian man. The video constructs clear hierarchal relationship between the two actors while also introducing a homoerotic ...Brazilian Video Art; Escravizador-Escravo; Gilberto Freyre; Homosexual Relations; Ivens Machado; Racial Democracy2016
17 Hawks, Aubrey MarieTania candiani's bordadora (2012): the intersecting histories of religion and women's labor in mexicoTania Candiani's 2012 work Bordadora invites participants to whisper secrets in one of three confessional booths and then uses voice recognition software and an embroidery machine with Computer Numerical Control programming to stitch those secrets onto a tapestry in graffiti style lettering. The wor...confession; Contemporary art; Mexico; technology; women's labor2016
18 Lang, Alexandria AmeliaRe-envisioning the natural world in Eugene Delacroix's lion devouring a horseEugene Delacroix's 1844 lithograph Lion Devouring a Horse features a dead horse that has fallen prey to an eager lion in a shallow and ill-defined setting. While Delacroix pursued lion and horse imagery throughout his career, producing numerous small paintings, sketches, and drawings of the subject,...comparative anatomy; Delacroix; feline imagery; Gericault; lion; Stubbs2016
19 Maxwell, Devin ColeChester, NJ for full orchestra and electronics and the chromatic scale and other iterative loops in beat furrer's Konzert fur Klavier und OrchesterChester, NJ is a composition for electronics and full orchestra that explores the relationship between the propensity for artificiality inherent in electronic music and the richly human experience of performing orchestral music. The work unfolds in four distinct sections, outlining a slow moving sym...Beat Furrer; Chromatic Scale; Douglas Hofstadter; Orchestra and Electronics; Piano Concerto; Strange Loop2016
20 Penerosa, Rebecca J.Music integration as part of an arts integration initiative: a closer look at implications for the music educatorThe purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions of arts integration reform from 12 actively teaching elementary music integration specialists. The participants were chosen from the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program in Salt Lake City, Utah. They comprised the entire University o...Arts Integration; Elementary Education; Music Education; Music Integration2016
21 Ivkovich, Elizabeth GraceThe king stag (and i): dancing trans-corporeality and queer ecology on the stage and in the gardenWhat does it mean to dance ecologically? The Mists and The King Stag were two works presented in vastly different settings, the first as part of an outdoor family event, the other at a modern dance thesis concert on the proscenium. Both of these works featured a herd of stag-human dancers led by the...Dance; Ecocriticism; Eco-dramaturgy; Immersive theatre; Queer Ecology; Trans-corporeality2016
22 Kim, Bo yeonA comparative study of selected secondary school preservice music teacher education programs in the republic of korea and the united statesIn this study, I investigated and compared secondary school preservice music teacher education programs in the Republic of Korea and in the United States of America. The purpose of this study was to identify similarities and differences between secondary school preservice music teacher education pro...Korea; Music Education; Music Teacher; Preservice Music Teacher Education; Teacher Education; The United States2015-12
23 Sun, WentingThe communicative power of laughter in modern danceLaughter is a physiological and psychological response when people perceive something as funny. In my choreographic thesis work "float away," I explored how laughter can create intimacy between audience, performer, and dance artist. Physical humor derived from dance brings the artist, dancers, and a...Choreography; Communication; Dance; Laughter2015-12
24 Ballou, Matthew HarrisHomosocial tension in aaron siskind's bill lipkind 10: an examination of the male form as outlierThe photograph Bill Lipkind 10 (1960), by Aaron Siskind, provides a divergent narrative of the photographer. The photograph, which depicts a nude male, problematizes an artist and artwork traditionally seen as Abstract Expressionist in a culture of homophobic Post-War American art. Consideration of ...Abstract Expressionist; Homosocial; Photography2015
25 Quittner, Clifford JamesPromised valley: a design thesisThis thesis is the presentation of the designs for the stage settings and lighting of the production of Promised Valley, which was produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and performed in the Temple View Outdoor Theatre in Salt Lake City, Utah, during the summer of 1969. The thes...Theatre design; Outdoor theatre; Salt Lake City; Utah1970-06
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