Volume XI, 2016

Explorations Volume XI

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Humanities & Fine Arts

Robert H. Jackson and the Nuremberg Trials: Justice and Diplomacy, Emma Caterinicchio, East Carolina University

La dualité de l’Etat et de l’Église : Des missions socioreligieuses, économiques et politiques des jésuites français en Nouvelle France dans les années 1630, Walter Kearnan, University of North Carolina Wilmington

“Grinding up the Seed Corn of the Confederacy”: The North Carolina Junior Reserves, Jordan Pearce, East Carolina University 

“The Orange and Navel”: Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma in Hanan al-Shaykh’s The Story of Zahra, Francesca Quigley, Guilford College

Creative Work

“M.Y.O.B.Rd,” Courtney Hockett, University of North Carolina at Pembroke 

Natural Sciences & Engineering

Sea Level Rise Hazard Assessment for New Hanover County, North Carolina, Sydney Bohn, University of North Carolina Wilmington

The Chip ‘n’ Ship: A Prototype Rock Chip Sampling Tool for Use on Microgravity Bodies, Jacob Brooks, High Point University 

An In Situ Study of Seasonal Dissolved Organic Carbon and Nutrient Fluxes from a Spartina Alterniflora Salt Marsh in North Carolina, USA, Derek Detweiler, University of North Carolina Wilmington 

Age and Growth of the Invasive Lionfish: North Carolina, USA vs Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean, Samantha Farquhar, University of North Carolina Wilmington 

Caffeine’s Effects On Skeletal Muscle Bioenergetics In Vitro, Brian Gottwalt, University of North Carolina Wilmington 

Binding Of Earth Abundant Metal Coordination Complexes As Molecular Spacers To Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes, Chauncey McNeill, University of North Carolina at Charlotte 

Sensitivity Analysis of Nanoparticle Concentrations in Wastewater Treatment and Biosolid Application for Environmental Risk Assessment, Sarah Wu, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics 

Comparison of Seed Profiles Using Attenuated Total Reflectance Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy in a Stress-Tolerant Zea mays Genotype, Mo276, from Control and Low-Nitrogen Field Conditions, Christine Zuelsdorf, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Social Sciences

Perceptions of Social Mobility in the Country of the Year: an examination of globalization and consumerism in Uruguay, Andrew Byrum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro 

Perceptions of Charitable Giving: Discovering and Understanding Societal Views to Maximize the Ability to Build Homes, Hopes, and Futures, Jenna Friday, Appalachian State University 

The Association between Women Empowerment and Child Nutrition in Bangladesh, Anika Hannan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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