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Life After Death: How Olivewood's Cemetery Records Resurrect the History of Houston's Black Community
Cemeteries contribute to the tapestry of a community’s social history. Olivewood, the oldest incorporated African American cemetery in Houston, tells the stories of courage, struggle, joys, and the sorrows that contribute ...
THE CALAIS JUNGLE, A MIGRANT CAMP A CRITICAL DISOURSE ANALYSIS AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL CRITIQUE OF THE PERSPECTIVES OF MIGRANTS AND MULTIMODAL METHODS BASED ON VISUAL, AURAL, WRITTEN, AND ORAL REPRESENTATIONS OF WORLDVIEWS
This hermeneutic phenomenological study is a critique of the life experiences of refugees living in an unregulated refugee camp in Calais, France known as the Calais Jungle. Through the visual, written, oral, and aural ...