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    • An Educational Program in Bowen Family Systems Theory for the Parish 

      Pool, Jayne Collins (University of the South, 2011-05-01)
      Bowen Family Systems Theory, developed by Murray Bowen, posits the emotional system (family), rather than the individual, as the basic unit of human behavior. Envisioning the individual not as a discrete unit but as a part ...
    • Going Home 

      Leroy, Rachel Van Horn (University of the South, 2011-05)
      The poems in this thesis chronicle continuous attempts to return home spiritually, emotionally, and literally through various cycles of existence. I trace the layered metaphor “going home” through the entire collection. ...
    • Sustenance: A Novel-in-Progress 

      Williams, Victoria (University of the South, 2011-05)
      Sustenance explores the world of brokenness in its characters and their progress toward a redefined wholeness. The narrative moves between two characters: Hannah, a 13-year old trying to make sense of her family's new ...
    • Weeds 

      Snyder, Dorothy Potter (University of the South, 2019-05)
      Weeds is an eclectic collection of first stories, a kind of sampler like the old-fashioned flower-bordered alphabets young women once embroidered as demonstrations of their needlework. The present sampler, however, is ...