Visuals and Society: The Mind Thinks What the Eyes See

From the early era of television and newspaper domination to the explosion of social media, visual-based publicity has had fundamental effects on the minds of mankind. In this paper, Le Ngan Ha Dieu argues that visual publicity now is sometimes only what we aspire for, not entirely representing our reality.

The Interpreter of Maladies – Review

“Interpreter of Maladies” illustrates the dangerous romanticism between a young mother and the family’s tour guide on their vacation in India, implying various themes connected to gender expectations. This critical analysis will focus on such depictions of traditional gender roles and their disparities through the thoughts and actions of the two main characters.

Struggling Along in Seattle

This three part article will explore Seattle, Washington in two different time periods, from two different documentary styles, and view the differences and similarities between the homeless street people of then versus more contemporary street denizens. This piece will also explore the notion of self and how it may become lost to those dwelling on the streets.

People and Planet 2

What are we to do in the face of the growing global climate crisis? Perhaps we can dive into the chaos and confusion of it all through the creative reflective outputs of four GDP students for their Summer 2021 Independent Study: People and Planet, organized and conducted under Dr. Takeshi Uesugi’s supervision. This is Part 2 of 2.


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