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    Emptying the DUSP Bin: A Role for DUSP5 in Adipose Tissue Inflammation 

    Habibian, Justine (2017)
    Adipose tissue inflammation is a central pathological element that regulates obesity-mediated insulin resistance and type II diabetes. Evidence demonstrates that extracellular signal-regulated kinase 1/2 (ERK 1/2) activation ...
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    Existence: Sensing Myself in You 

    Anjuman, Mahedi (2019-04)
    “My art cannot be understood primarily by thinking. My art touches people who are in tune with my mode of thinking. But it is clear that people cannot understand my art by intellectual processes alone, because no art can ...
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    Government Emblems, Embodied Discourse and Ideology: An Artefact-led History of Governance in Victoria, Australia 

    Hepworth, Katherine (2012)
    Government emblems are a rich source of historical information. This thesis examines the evidence of past governance discourses embodied in government emblems. Embodied discourses are found within an archive of 282 emblems ...
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    Il Deserto 

    Wegman, Cullen (2018)
    "Men make a waste land and call it peace, and the desert is not simply that of a savaged landscape but of a tortured mind." -Richard Slotkin
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    My Soul to Keep 

    Vera, DePaul (2018)
    This exhibition is a wall-to-wall installation of images, made, created and found while exploring my desires that revolve around interracial relationships and deconstructing the stigma attached to those desires, such as ...
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    SIC TRANSIT GLORIA MUNDI: Thus Passes the Glory of the World 

    Combs, Mark L. (2019-04)
    My social interactions, behaviors and peculiarities have been altered by the repeated exposure to blood, gore, and psychological trauma experienced in the Air Force medical corps. The sights, sounds and smells of battlefield ...