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David Bowie died on January 10th, 2016 and the world lost a major musical talent. Many tributes have appeared on the internet, and in print, and ProQuest would like to honor the Thin White Duke by highlighting how he has influenced scholarly research. Below are a small sampling of the Dissertations written that focus on David Bowie and we are sure his legacy will continue to excite and challenge researchers to explore his influence and importance.
Auer, John Jeffery, IV. 2004. "Glitter Rock: Sex, Drugs and Gender in American Youth during the 1970's." Order No. 1419670, California State University, Fullerton.
Collins, Brenda D. 2004. "Gods and Heroes Onstage: Archetypal Patterns Expressed by the Rock and Roll Performer." Order No. 3173602, Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Falk, Kam Allen. 2009. "Retro-Respect: A Musical Tribute to Ten of this Generation's Greatest Artists." Order No. 1472749, Florida Atlantic University.
Hollingshaus, Wade James. 2008. "Currencies of Rock Performance: Youth, Electricity, and Capital." Order No. 3318017, University of Minnesota.
Montgomery, David Owen. 2002. "The Rock Concept Album: Context and Analysis." Order No. NQ74745, University of Toronto (Canada).
Pugh, Emily. 2008. "The Berlin Wall and the Urban Space and Experience of East and West Berlin, 1961--1989." Order No. 3311209, City University of New York.
Note: To view the dissertations in this post you must have access to ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global through a library.