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Narrative identity in Paul Ricoeur and Luce Irigaray: The circularity between self and other
by Farren, Katrina Mcneely, Ph.D.  Michigan Technological University. 2010: 229 pages; 3403377.
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Theological plunderphonics: Public theology and "the fragment"
by Myatt, William, Ph.D.  Loyola University Chicago. 2012: 317 pages; 3550577.
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The organization in front of the text: A critical hermeneutic inquiry in employee policy appropriation
by Michaels, Marisa B., Ed.D.  University of San Francisco. 2009: 134 pages; 3362531.
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Gadamer and Fee: A Dialogue in Hermeneutics
by Young, David, M.Th.  Regent University. 2019: 90 pages; 10979703.
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The rise of Mormon cultural history and the changing status of the archive
by Spencer, Joseph M., M.L.I.S.  San Jose State University. 2009: 157 pages; 1478575.
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Children appropriating a new world of hope in Peru, Paraguay, and Haiti
by Bazan, Luis Enrique, Ed.D.  University of San Francisco. 2009: 122 pages; 3374589.
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Re-thinking the doctor-patient relationship: A physician's philosophical perspective
by Qualtere-Burcher, Paul, Ph.D.  University of Oregon. 2011: 175 pages; 3490732.
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Surviving the Arctic: Narrative identity of foreign women in Norway
by Larsen, Tamar Davis, Ed.D.  University of San Francisco. 2009: 163 pages; 3374588.
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Beginning in the midst of the world: Ethics, poetics and social change on an international stage
by Fontaine, Michael, Ed.D.  University of San Francisco. 2008: 169 pages; 3317691.
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Political, emotional, powerful: The transformative influence of the Pin[at]y Educational Partnerships (PEP)
by Daus-Magbual, Roderick Rana, Ph.D.  University of San Francisco. 2010: 170 pages; 3407601.
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History in the making: Narratives of selected Asian Pacific American women in leadership
by Almandrez, Mary Grace A., Ed.D.  University of San Francisco. 2010: 173 pages; 3416984.
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Virtue ethics and the narrative identity of American librarianship 1876 to present
by Burgess, John Timothy Freedom, Ph.D.  The University of Alabama. 2013: 190 pages; 3596086.
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Re-starting the conversation about race in academia: Transcultural narratives in the lifeworld
by Gamez, Francisco N., Ed.D.  University of San Francisco. 2010: 133 pages; 3442088.
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A Tillichian analysis of Genesis 2 and 3 from the perspective of the Gilgamesh epic
by Mitchell, Brent, M.T.S.  Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. 2016: 75 pages; 10128402.
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The costly loss of laughter
by Robertson, Shay Craig, M.T.S.  Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. 2012: 53 pages; 1513467.
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Post-testimonial novel in Mexico and Central America (1994–2004)
by Recinos, Jose Neftali, P.D.  University of California, Riverside. 2008: 234 pages; 3332653.
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The doctor meets the doctor: Steven Moffat's "Doctor Who" and the Freudian hermeneutic of suspicion
by Hanson, Kathleen A., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 64 pages; 1587900.
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Interpreting globalization: Memory to understanding
by Ramakrishnan, Arvind, Ed.D.  University of San Francisco. 2008: 178 pages; 3317690.
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Documentaries for social change: An examination of Blooming Hope
by Moyano, Marcela, Ed.D.  St. Thomas University. 2011: 113 pages; 3452863.
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Changed imagination, changed obedience: The bent -over woman as social vision in the Gospel of Luke
by Houghtby-Haddon, Natalie K., Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2009: 283 pages; 3368740.
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The Sea in the Hebrew Bible Myth, Metaphor, and Muthos
by Cho, Paul Kang-Kul, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2014: 504 pages; 3626508.
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