Volume 5


Power is the ability to act in a particular way, especially as a faculty or quality. It is the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the course of events. Power is legal or official authority, political or national strength. In physics, power is the amount of energy consumed per unit of time.


What are the capabilities of a body?  How can bodies be used to gain power?  How is power produced or consumed by a body?  In what way does power regulate bodies?  In what ways does body have power over the mind?

On the Power of Humans Over Natural Selection by Logan Day

The Power of Evolution: How Disney and Marvel Incorporate Evolution into Their Stories by Desiree Greenhouse

Religion, Power, & The Body by Hannah Nailor

Sturgeon by Lauren Huff

Undressing Viola: Costuming, Character, Class, and Gender in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night by Katey Phillips


Is death the ultimate power?  How does death limit power or create it?  What is more powerful than death?

The Man in the Mirror by Graham Towers

Precipitating Paradise by Benjamin Deeb


How do knowledge and information create power?  What are the capabilities of the mind?  What about mind-control?  In what ways does mind have power over body?

Economics of College Sports by Christina Bell

Power to the Pretty: An Analysis of the Relationship between Gender Roles and Power in Disney’s Snow White by Sarah Fantappié

Some Things Are Better Left _____ by Seth Yund


How do revolutions shift the balance of power?  Are all changes in power revolutionary?  Is power the catalyst of revolution, or the result?

True Face by Nicole Connolly, Joseph Dye, Katey Phillips, Cristiana Wilcoxon, Seth Yund


How do places embody power?  How does power dictate movement between spaces and places? How is power attributed to a place?  Are spaces and places powerful without the existence of human perception?

Immigrant by Nicole Connolly

Transmission by Cristiana Wilcoxon

Waterfall in Krka, Croatia by Lauren Huff

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