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Brass Goggles and Lace: Personal Identity through Creative Appropriation

Brass Goggles and Lace: Personal Identity through Creative Appropriation

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BRASS GOGGLES AND LACE
PERSONAL IDENTITY THROUGH THE ACT OF CREATIVE APPROPRIATION
BINAEBI AKAH | DECEMBER 2009HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION DESIGNMASTER OF SCIENCE | INDIANA UNIVERSITY
 
 
Personal Identity through the Act of Creative Appropriation
Akah Page 2
DEDICATION
This is dedicated to the two persons who gave me the curiosity, talent, intelligence, and quirkinessto pull off this project, my parents. I know that without their support and encouragement, I wouldnot have succeeded in completing my graduate degree.
 
Personal Identity through the Act of Creative Appropriation
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
DR SHAOWEN BARDZELL
– I thought I was a bit crazy to follow this idea about Steampunk, but youassured me that the topic was valid and had a place in HCI. Thank you for advising me through thisthick design space.
ROBERT BEGLEY 
– You know that without our late night discussions about my capstone, I wouldn’t have gotten nearly as far as I have. You keep the hamster wheel in my head spinning, and I thank you for that.
CHAD CAMARA
– You questioner, you. Thank you for pointing out intrinsic qualities about myself that I never would have discerned on my own; you helped me find insights in my process to informthe direction of this capstone.
LYNN DOMBROWSKI 
– I wouldn’t have gotten through graduate school without you. You taught me Iwas a spatial learner. You’ve been my best friend, my best critic, and my best roommate. Thank you.
NATHANIEL HUSTED
– Thank you for asking me about my definition of appropriation! You helpedme crystallize my thoughts and communicate them to others.
MATT SNYDER
– You were the first to encourage me to do what I loved, and not what I thought wassensible. Thanks to you, I have been able to explore Steampunk to my heart’s content, without guilt.

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