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University of Arkansas School of Architecture Honors Theses

Manuscript Collection 2008.UA

Special Collections
University of Arkansas Libraries

365 N. McIlroy Avenue
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701-4002
Phone: 479-575-8444
specoll@uark.edu

Machine-readable finding aid encoded in EAD by Heath Robinson 2015

Materials are in English.

Table of Contents

Descriptive Summary

Creator
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. School of Architecture
Title
University of Arkansas School of Architecture Honors Theses
Inclusive Dates
2003-2012
Identification
Manuscript Collection 2008.UA
Extent
1 linear foot (1 box)
Repository
Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries

Access Information

Please call (479) 575-8444 or email specoll@uark.edu at least two weeks in advance of your arrival to ensure availability of the materials.

Use Information

No Use Restrictions Apply.

No Interlibrary Loan.

Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).

Acquisition Information

The University of Arkansas School of Architecture Honors Theses were donated to Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries in 2014 by the Fay Jones School of Architecture through Ethel Goodstein-Murphy.

Processing Information

Processed by Amy Allen and Heath Robinson; completed in November 2014.

Preferred Form of Citation

University of Arkansas School of Architecture Honors Theses (MC 2008.UA), Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville.

See Special Collections Citation Guide for more detailed information on how to cite specific documents from the collection.

Historical Note

The Fay Jones School of Architecture was established in the 1946-47 academic year as a program of architecture courses taught within the College of Engineering. In 1974, the program became a school with E. Fay Jones, an alumnus of the program and renowned architect, serving as its first dean.

The Fay Jones School of Architecture has been offering an honors program to undergraduate students since 2005. The goal of the honors program is to challenge these students who stand out academically by requiring the completion of more challenging courses and the submission of a thesis in their final year in the program. The school-wide honors program is open to honors students majoring in architecture, landscape architecture, or interior design. This collection consists of honors theses submitted by students seeking to complete degrees from the School of Architecture.

Scope and Content Note

Collection consists of undergraduate honors theses.

Arrangement of the Papers

The collection is arranged chronologically then alphabetically by author's last name.

Detailed Description of the Collection

The following contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection

Box 1

Box 1 Folder 1

Kervin, Graham; Speaking the Unspeakable: The Generative Sensibility of Baroque and Contemporary Architecture, 2003

Box 1 Folder 2

Knox, Frances Elizabeth; The Commanding Presence of Architecture in William Faulkner's Snopes Trilogy, 2004

Box 1 Folder 3

Tritch, Gretta Suzanne; Rome and New York of the 1920s and 1930s: A Study of Monuments in Modernity, 2004

Box 1 Folder 4

Murray, Amber R.; Toward an Understanding of Norwegian Sense of Place, ca. 2004

Box 1 Folder 5

Yazwinski, Lori A.; Residential Slums of the 1950s and 1960s and their Portrayal in Popular Media, 2005

Box 1 Folder 6

Becker, Alenya; The Chicago South Side: Portrait of a Hand-me-down Neighborhood, 2006

Box 1 Folder 7

Blair, Natalie P.; Death as a Theme Park: Heritage Tourism and the American Cemetery, 2006

Box 1 Folder 8

Emanuelson, Benjamin Smith; Investigation into the Potential Application of Carbon Fiber Composites upon Architecture, Design, and Construction, 2006

Box 1 Folder 9

Forman, Kimberly; Los Angeles and the Ambassador Hotel: The Role of Memory in Construction and Demolition, 2006

Box 1 Folder 10

Prater, Bradley; Socio-Spatial Relationships in the Detached Single-Family Home: The Need for Alternative Housing Prototypes for Non-Traditional Families, 2006

Box 1 Folder 11

Smith, Samantha Dawn; Affordable Housing and Habitat for Humanity's Role, 2006

Box 1 Folder 12

Bobrowski, Brandi; 30 Degrees North, 90 Degrees West: The Sustainability, History and Memory of a New Orleans Neighborhood Lakeview, 2007

Box 1 Folder 13

Kummer, Katie; Moving to the Suburbs: Fifty Years of Women Living the American Dream, 2007

Box 1 Folder 14

Toms, J. Mason; Power in Drawings: A New Look at the Work of Hugh Ferris, 2009

Box 1 Folder 15

Jones, Elizabeth; Architectural Activism in Post-Katrina New Orleans, 2010

Box 1 Folder 16

Edwards, Jamie; Preserving Middlelandscapes: Six Blocks Within the New Marigny District, 2011

Box 1 Folder 17

Jung, Jillian; The Memphis Ballpark District: A Case Study Investigating the Global and Local Influences in the Recreation of a Downtown through Urban Architecture and Sport, 2011

Box 1 Folder 18

McRae, Lillian Holcomb; The American Shotgun House: A Study of its Evolution and the Enduring Presence of the Vernacular in American Architecture, 2012

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