Included here are theses for the Master of Arts (MA) in Critical GIS and Public Anthropology, which is a dual-department degree between Geography and Anthropology, established in 2017. Please see the Interdisciplinary Studies masters theses for Geography and Anthropology theses created prior to the establishment of the Master of Arts (MA) in Critical GIS and Public Anthropology.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2021

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Homelessness in the West: business improvement districts as the strategic weaponization of class monopoly rent, Zachary Roger Arms

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Cultural competence and mental health care: an assessment of Lutheran Community Services Northwest-Spokane, Olivia Beals

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Overcoming loneliness: first-generation Slavic immigrants' experience with loneliness in the Inland Northwest, Charles C. Crook

Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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'Armageddon': the unholy trinity of class monopoly rent in the Emerald City, Elijah Connor Hansen

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Rocks for the homeless: the health conditions of Spokane homeless people, Brandon T. Poepping

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A hard kind of labor: an archaeological analysis of small-scale hard rock mines in northeast Washington, Samantha J. Thiel

Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Population dynamics and water resource consumption in Spokane, WA, Daniel Jesus Castillo

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The Gundlach Collection : a study of projectile points from the Albeni Falls Reservoir, Jeffrey Cortlund Johnson

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The academic performances of community college transfer students at Eastern Washington University (EWU), Amanda S. Lee

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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RADIO HOME: GIVING A VOICE TO THE HOMELESS IN SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, Aaron R. Bocook

Theses/Dissertations from 2012

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Sacred versus secular: Celtic watery depositions of Iron Age human crania in the British Isles, Katherine R. Carlson