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2021


Form, Function and Symbolism: Art of The Pueblo Peoples

Kimberley Colasante
Keywords: Acoma, Ancestral Pueblo, Cochiti, Jason Garcia, Maria Martinez, Pueblo Pottery, Pueblo revolt, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, Santa Domingo Pueblo, Taos, Tewa, Zuni

Gathering Clay: Community Poetry, Individual Grace, and the Limitations of Language

Greg Probst
Keywords: Art, artifacts, community, Creative Writing, Culture, English Language Arts, High School, Indigenous, individuality, louise erdrich, Native American, Navajo, neoindigenous, philly, poetry, Pueblo, society, south philadelphia, southwestern

Weaving for Healing and Connection

Karen Rufino
Keywords: Diné, Hozhó, Native American, Navajo, reservation, Spider Woman, tribe, weabing

Telling Stories and Making Connections Through Clay

Katherine Steiner
Keywords: Art, clay, Indigenous Pottery, pottery, Pueblo, storytelling

2020


Still Segregated in 2020: A Study of Equity in Philadelphia Area Schools through Film Study and Creation

Katherine Steiner
Keywords: cinema, civics, Civil Rights Movement, communications, freedom, Government, History, Media, Philadelphia, Politics

2013


Form and Content in Modern Poetry and Drama

Jessica Waber
Keywords: content, Drama, form, modern poetry, poetry

2010


When Looking at Me, What Do You See? Interacting with Murals

Kelly L. Graham
Keywords: Art, asian art and culture, murals, Science, Visual Art

2009


Fashion Trends: A Reflection of Our Political Culture

Ardeth Gilmore
Keywords: 20th century, American Colonial period, American History, change, European history, fashion, fashion and politics, fashion fads, fashion trends, Industrial Revolution, major political events, political attitudes, political culture, postindustrial

2008


Seek and Save the Yeti Campaign

Maxine Tumaian
Keywords: art critique, career, conservation quests, cross-curricular, cryptozoology, film interpretation, Middle School, scientific process, vocabulary builders, Yeti

A Weighty Battle: Helping Children Fight Obesity

Joyce Arnosky
Keywords: 5th grade, childhood obesity, exercise, food choices, healthy choices, healthy food choices, literacy, Math, obesity, physical activity, self-regulation, visual arts

Sew Me a Story: African and African American “Quilt Lore”

Kelly Graham
Keywords: African American History, American History, elementary school, human experience, quilt, Quilt Lore, quilting, stories and designs, storytelling

Hip Hop Notions

Audrey J. Jackson
Keywords: African American painters, break dancing, Bronx, expressive performance, fashion, hip hop life style, hip-hop, Jamaica, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Kingston, listening, rap music, rhyming, speaking, Visual Art, visual graffiti, writing, youth culture

2007


Strange Fruit – Metaphors, Music and Place – Jazz and Hip Hop as Reflective of the Times

Samuel A. Reed, III
Keywords: Art, Culture, hip-hop, Jazz, lyrics, Music, popular culture, Reading, social studies, society, videos, writing

Dance, Readings, Acting, Music, and Art (D.R.A.M.A.): A Study of African American Performing and Visual Arts in the 1940s – 1950s

Leslie Carlis
Keywords: acting, African American, Art, dance, Music, performing arts, Reading, visual arts

The Harlem Renaissance

Richard P. Holmes
Keywords: African American, African American art, African American History, dance, History, Literature, Music, The Harlem Renaissance

Elizabeth Catlett, Charles White and the Taller de Grafica Popular of Mexico

Audrey J. Jackson
Keywords: African American art, Art, artists, Mexico, printmaking, social awareness

Celebrated Impressions from the Painters of Paris

Debra Migden
Keywords: Art, artists, Impressionist, Paris, society

The Life and Work of Dox Thrash: An Expression of Identity

Pamela Toller
Keywords: African American art, African American History, Art, cultural climate, Culture, Dox Thrash, History, political climate, social climate

Shedding False Images Through Art and Poetry

John J. Grob
Keywords: bravadi, code switching, Identity, masks, stereotypes

The Story of Us: An Urban Fifth Grade Class Creates a Living History Document Through Memoir and Photography

Joyce Arnosky
Keywords: analyze, data collection, History, literacy, Math, memoir, photography, social studies, Visual Art, writing