• Natasha Bowens-Blair: author of the Color of Food: keynote and book signing 

        Author(s):Bowens Blair, Natasha; Pritchett, James
        Date Issued:2021-10-16
        Format:born digital; motion pictures (visual works); digital moving image formats
        Natasha Bowens Blair, author of The Color of Food, speaks at the Lory Student Center at Colorado State University, October 16, 2021. The book explores ways we can cultivate new ideas about food justice, land, bringing ...
      • Counter-imagination as interpretive practice: futuristic fantasy and The Fifth Element 

        Author(s):Aoki, Eric; Ott, Brian L.
        Date Issued:2004
        Format:born digital; articles
        This essay concerns the relationship between popular cinematic visions of the future and present day identity politics. The authors argue that despite its futuristic setting celebrating technological progress and ...
      • Materiality and discourse: toward a relational understanding of marginalizing onto-epistemologies in the ivory tower 

        Author(s):Varela, Elisa M.
        Date Issued:2016
        Format:born digital; masters theses
        Using epistemological and ontological lenses, this communicative study interrogates the experiences of the graduate community within the communication studies discipline. Specifically, and building on feminist methodologies ...
      • Tea Party, The: the discourse of class, race, & gender/sexuality 

        Author(s):Schrader, Benjamin Thomas Grant
        Date Issued:2011
        Format:born digital; masters theses
        My thesis seeks to examine the Tea Party and its effects on the discourse around the intersections of race, class, and gender. It is my contention that the actions and discourse around the Tea Party Movement creates a ...
      • Effect of the redemption point on willingness to hire ex-offenders, The 

        Author(s):Cotter, Lauren
        Date Issued:2014
        Format:born digital; masters theses
        The use of criminal background checks in selection has become widespread with increasing ease of access of such information online. The present study examined the effects of criminal history, race, and knowledge of the ...
      • Racialization, femininity, motherhood and the Iron Throne: Game of Thrones as a high fantasy rejection of women of color 

        Author(s):Bollinger-Deters, Aaunterria Treil
        Date Issued:2018
        Format:born digital; masters theses
        This analysis dissects the historic preconceptions by which American television has erased and evaded race and racialized gender, sexuality and class distinctions within high fantasy fiction by dissociation, systemic neglect ...
      • Faculty diversity and minoritized student outcomes: an analysis of institutional factors 

        Author(s):Curtis, John W.
        Date Issued:2021-11
        Format:born digital; reports
        This paper describes an attempt to utilize the US Department of Education's IPEDS census data on faculty employment in a comprehensive quantitative analysis of the association between "faculty diversity" and degree outcomes ...
      • Faculty gender equity indicators 2021: data report 

        Author(s):Curtis, John W.
        Date Issued:2021-11
        Format:born digital; reports
        Update and expansion of a 2006 report. A comprehensive tabulation of national data on academic employment by gender from 1995-2019 in the form of four equity indicators: employment status, both by institutional category ...
      • Long-term trend in contingent faculty employment, The: data report 

        Author(s):Curtis, John W.
        Date Issued:2021-11
        Format:born digital; reports
        The national trend in academic employment status from 1975 to 2019. Includes separate tabulations for instructional staff, including graduate student employees, and faculty, broken out by institution type.
      • Trends in faculty diversity, 1995-2019: data report 

        Author(s):Curtis, John W.
        Date Issued:2021-11
        Format:born digital; reports
        A comprehensive tabulation of national data on faculty employment status by racial category, institution type, student enrollment, and the intersection of racial and gender categories.
      • Local economic impact of demographic change, The 

        Author(s):Landini, Austin
        Date Issued:2022
        Format:born digital; doctoral dissertations
        Little research exists exploring the relationship over time between changes in demographic concentrations and economic outcomes such as tax, spending and income. Given the speed of demographic transformation in the United ...
      • Reckoning with identity: the changing dynamics of television representations in the American South 

        Author(s):Scroggins, Emily
        Date Issued:2022
        Format:born digital; masters theses
        The American South is a continually understudied and misrepresented region of the United States. Televisual representations of the region typically rely on the Southern Imaginary, a collection of predetermined stereotypes ...