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Latinos in Missouri Connecting Research to Policy and Practice, Hoy y Mañana : Proceedings of the 2005 annual conference
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Cambio Center, 2009)
This Conference, the fourth Cambio de Colores, started out in response to an urgent need in our state-to better understand the demographic changes occurring in Missouri and their impact. We knew our places were changing. ...
Adolph R. Krause and Augusta W. (Richter) Krause and their descendants (1860-2009)
(William John Krause II, 2009-08)
This books summarizes the family history of Adolph R. and Augusta W. (Richter) Krause following their arrival in the United States.
Missouri performance trials, 1961 : Sorghum
(University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1962)
This report summarized the sorghum performance trials conducted by the Agricultural Experiment Station at five locations in the state of Missouri during 1961.
Sprechstimme in Arnold Schoenberg's Pierrit Lunarire : A Study of Vocal Performance Practice
(The Edwin Mellen Press, Ltd., 2008)
A very special place in life : the history of juvenile justice in Missouri
(Missouri Juvenile Justice Association, 2003)
Professor Abrams chronicles the nineteenth century struggle for a special court to rehabilitate delinquent and dependent children and their families. The leaders were dedicated reformers- the "child savers" who sought ...
Nils Oster and Maria Mathilda (Setterberg) Johannesson/Johansson and their descendants (1827-2011)
(University of Missouri, 2011)
This document summarizes the family history of Nils Oster Johannesson/Johansson and Maria Mathilda (Zetterberg/Setterberg) Johannesson/Nelson following their arrival in the United States from Sweden to Minnesota, then to ...
Between two worlds: Native American representation in print media
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2014)
To understand the state of Native American representation at both a regional and national level in print journalism this research applied a thematic analysis to the news and feature articles of the Oregonian and the New ...
Laukika-Nyāya-Ratnākara : an ocean of gems crystalized as the maxims of interpretation
(University of Missouri International Library Center, 1998)
Critical editions prepared by Murari Lal Nagar and Sarla Devi Nagar of works by Raghunāth Varmā Udāsīna comprised of Sanskrit maxims.
A Sanskrit Librarian Comes to America
(University of Missouri International Library Center, 1999)
The following is a collection of papers written during a long period of more than four decades in the fields of Sanskrit literature, library science and Indo-American cultural cooperation. No attempt has been made to revise ...
Latinos in Missouri : Gateway to a New Community : Proceedings of the 2004 annual conference Including selected papers from 2003
(University of Missouri Extension in cooperation with the Cambio Center, University of Missouri, 2007)
The University of Missouri is proud to bring you the proceedings from the 2003 and 2004 Cambio de Colores conferences. These proceedings showcase the excellent presentations from both events and share information as we ...
Immigration of Latinos to Missouri
(University of Missouri Extension, 2002-12)
Missouri has a history of diversity in geography, the economy, culture and people. The state is well known for its ability to adapt to the changes required to accommodate this diversity. Among the changes that are occurring ...
The chivalric world of Don Quijote : style, structure, and narrative technique
(University of Missouri Press, 1982)
The purpose of this book is to examine the characters, style, themes, structure, and narrative technique of that chivalric world. I hope to show, among other things, that Don Quijote begins to retreat from his chivalric ...
Alternate voices in the contemporary Latin American narrative
(University of Missouri Press, 1985)
The chapters in this volume are contributions toward a reassessment of contemporary Latin American writing and are based on the strategy of willfully imposing a perspective at radical variance with the existing bibliography ...
Thomas Stothard : the mechanisms of art patronage in England circa 1800
(University of Missouri Press, 1988)
Thomas Stothard (1755-1834) was probably the most prolific illustrator of his times, executing designs for everything from landscape, sculpture, and history painting to ceramics, silverwork, and book illustration. The ...
The Truman period as a research field, a reappraisal, 1972
(University of Missouri Press, 1974)
This new edition is a second effort to assist scholars in their study of the Truman period. It reassesses the Presidential Library and collected scholarship that defines the period.
Truman and the 80th Congress
(University of Missouri Press, 1971)
In domestic policy the Eightieth Congress is best known for its attack on the New Deal programs and its refusal to expand the welfare state. A close examination, however, reveals the limited mature of the attack as well ...
Sir Thomas Browne's Religio medici and two seventeenth century critics
(University of Missouri Press, 1973)
Browne has become so traditionally a part of the history and texture of classic English prose style that we sometimes unconsciously undervalue his ideas and their power to arouse dispute in his time. The primary purpose ...
The new citizenship : origins of progressivism in Wisconsin, 1885-1900
(University of Missouri Press, 1972)
This is a book about people with different ideas about democracy from those that prevail today. Wisconsin's early progressives would have been astonished by the focus historians have placed on producer identifications. ...
Shakespeare's vast romance : a study of The winter's tale
(University of Missouri Press, 1980)
In the past few decades, no group of Shakespeare's plays has increased more in public and scholarly esteem than the four late comedies - Pericles, Cymbeline, The Winters Tale, and The Tempest - generally collected in modern ...
Charles Perrault : memoirs of my life
(University of Missouri Press, 1989)
It is impossible to know whether Perrault intended the Memoirs to be published. There are early references to "your uncles," identifying Perrault's children as his immediate audience; however, he offered nothing about his ...