Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
College of Humanities and Fine Arts
My purpose for this thesis is multifaceted. My desire is to document my journey, provide readers with insight to the Ugandan people and culture, and to examine how electronic literature can remain significant in the academic world. In a generation that hinges on digital arts, I believe it is vital for scholars to appreciate and utilize the various communication forums that technology offers. Today's literature must make an attempt to remain relative and "up-to-date," and the most obvious way to do this is by intersecting many domains, not just the textual. The digital format of my thesis is meant to provide an example of how technology-based projects can not only complete the standard requirements for a written senior thesis, but in fact, can actually prove to be far superior. Instead of simply producing a bound periodical, my website provides more versatility for both the author and the reader.
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Sutherland, Tasha, "Journey to Jinja: My Missions Trip to Uganda" (2008). Honors Theses. 302.