ENMU Theses

ENMU Board of Regents established the ENMU Archives in 1972 to be housed at the Golden Library. One of the components of ENMU Archives was to be each thesis by ENMU graduate students. Recently, the Golden Library committed to converting each thesis to electronic format.


  • 1953
  • Shelley, Gerald W. - A critical evaluation of the Gilmer-Aikin Law of Texas as to its soundness administratively and financially.

  • 1970
  • Moreland, John W. - Human and devine gifts in the New Testament.

  • 2008
  • Vice, Tasha Anne - Women, water, and the Gothic: their literary evolution and contemporary expression in works by Kincaid and Morrison.

  • 2010
  • Cardenas, Pablo - The influence of traffic and habitat structure on the biodiversity of rodent communities of Roosevelt County, NM.

    Czuprynski, Amanda - Japan invading the minds of U.S. students: anime in education.

    Gillespie, Kirk S. - Effect of self-awareness on or in small groups.

    Haislett, Robin L. - Nothing is final: A rhetorical examination of feminist themes in the video game Final Fantasy VII.

    Hansen, John Andor - Instant messaging: A new epoch of relational disclosure.

    Huang, Qian - Examining influences on international students' perceptions of the quality of communication with native students addressing apprehension, ethnocentrism, gender and length of time living abroad.

    Kakumanu, Ramu - PH dependence of substrate consumption in Halothiobacillus neapolitanus.

    Lujan, Shannon L. - Moving into place in contemporary American literature:Stoddard, Tully, Silko.

    Markham, Desiree - Overfed and undernourished: A visual presentation of America's health care crisis.

    Ramirez, Jennifer E. - The effects of land use intensity on biodiversity of birds and plants in the central Mexican matorral of Hidalgo, Mexico.

    Smith, Ginger L. - Four-headed Brahma broods: Creating unity through multiplicity in Rabindranath Tagore's poetry.

    Smith, Kenneth P. - Identification, cloning and functional characterization of EmrD-3, a putative multidrug efflux protein of the major facilitator superfamily from Vibrio cholerae 0395.

    Vasilyeva, Irina - "Motherland is calling": women as state commodities in the Soviet Union of 1917-1960s.

  • 2011
  • Atkinson, Ryan - Attitudes toward performance enhancing drugs : division II male athletes.

    Britton, Charles - Performance as a method: Exploring queer theory within personal narratives.

    Beard Cabral, Joanna - Illness as a metaphor : theorizing the leper, Typhoid Mary, and Boxcar Berth.

    Chrisman, Seth - Generative acousmatics : a phenomenological exploration of listening and post-digital composition.

    Earnest, Layla - Absent mothers, monsters, and mourning in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse.

    Greene, Michelle - Using craniofacial measurements to explore prehistoric genetic relationships in the middle San Juan region of New Mexico.

    Greer, Opal - The madwoman in the classroom : capitalist patriarchy's literary image of the teacher as Victorian woman.

  • 2012
  • Brown, Erin E. - A study of mobility/settlement patterns in southeastern New Mexico.

    Eangoor, Padmanabhan - The development of a limited proteolysis assay to measure dynamics in peptide-protein complexes.

    Edwards, Tracie L. - Comparison of strength training programs on sprint time performance.

    Graham, Robert - Migratory hybridity and blues music in the poetry of Langston Hughes.

    Hernandez, Ashley - Comparative analysis of rodent communities in two types of conservation reserve program lands: exotic versus native grasses.

    Jurisic, Raymond - Montague Rhodes James's codes for Britain.

    Medicott, Caitlin L. - That's what he said: an analysis of presidential.

    Prothro, Ziggy C. - Archaeology in education: public outreach for archaeological awareness and educational enrichment.

    Stewart, Christine - Effects of electrofishing on reproduction in the red shiner Cyprinella lutrensis.

    Plaza, David M, - Digitizing the Anasazi origins project: a geodatabase.

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