OUR at Oakland: Mission
OUR@Oakland increases visibility of authors' works and maximizes research impact by organizing, preserving, and providing online open access to the intellectual, scholarly, and creative work produced by the Oakland University Community. OUR@Oakland is Oakland University's institutional repository maintained by the University Libraries.
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Maggie Nelson and Sylvia Plath are female writers with commendable careers. Their work explores similar themes of physical violence and gender, and their confessional writing styles are each marked by a frank narrative ...
This Honors College thesis will explore the possibilities and opportunities for advancement in resonance therapy, and its potential applications in the treatment of nerve pain, wound management, orthopedic fractures, ...
(The Detroit News, 1969-08)Three boys, children of Thomas Cole, sit in the grass outside Winkler Mill
A car marked "Village of Rochester" pulls up on a construction scene of new homes being built
(The Detroit News, 1959-03)Black-and-white image depicting five Parke-Davis employees at the Parkedale facility