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    BFA Thesis Project - I.D.E.M.O. Reconstructed
    (2011-04-27T15:23:11Z) Keays, Phillip
    Video and mixed media installation with sound, projected video, and sculpture in an environment; completed for the BFA Thesis Project.
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    The Influence of Roman Military Camps on Town Planning
    (2011-01-27T15:09:44Z) Lyon, Robert M.
    Debate over what influenced Roman city plans has permeated the scholarly community for decades. One hypothesis, with which I am in agreement, is that it was the Roman castra, or military camps, that provided a source for the design of these towns. Whether the town plans were directly based on military camp layouts, or merely adapted some of their features, Roman legionary fortresses appear to have had significant influence on city planning and construction. Researching this topic is often made difficult by later building; in some cases centuries or even millennia of building have occurred on top of the original settlements. As a consequence, scholars have conducted little in-depth research on this subject. However, by using a combination of ancient and contemporary documentary sources, I have compiled a scholarly argument for the influence of Roman military camps on town planning.
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    BFA Thesis Project - sculptures, mixed media, and installation
    (2010-09-07T17:32:44Z) Stoddart, Sebastian
    Images of sculptures (wood) and mixed media completed for the BFA Thesis project
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    BFA Thesis Project - Two Drawings on Paper
    (2010-09-07T17:14:56Z) Alfredson, Kathryne
    Two pen and ink drawings completed for the BFA Thesis Project. #1 Manifold is human strife (4 panels); #2 Serpentine Ascension (6 panels)
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    BFA Thesis Project - Earthenware ceramic and performance
    (2010-09-07T16:41:13Z) Minnick, Alex
    Earthenware ceramic sculpture entitled "Niatsus" (1 image) and installation with performance entitled "Business" (5 images) completed for the BFA Thesis Project