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Manual and Power Toothbrushes & Techniques
The "story" in Dark Elegies is really a series of scenes in which we see the varied reactions of a small community when their children die without reason. The songs (in German) are "Kindertotenlieder" or songs on the death ...
Bethesda Faith Village In-Service July 2009
Intermediary Materials: Varnishes, Liners, Bases
Suor Angelica [and] Gianni Schicchi
Food revolution 1700-present
This kickoff event for the 2012 Life Sciences Symposium discussed changes in the human diet since 1700.
Where did we come from?: new insights into our oldest ancestors
(University of Missouri--Columbia. MU Libraries, 2012)
Perhaps no subject fascinates us more than the mystery of our origins and evolution. Teams of scientists working throughout the world are recovering record numbers of fossils of our earliest ancestors, and these fossils ...
Can we achieve worldwide food security? : the science, sociology, economics and politics behind food production, sustainability and access
(University of Missouri, 2012)
The inaugural MU Christopher S. "Kit" Bond Distinguished Lecture, moderated by former U.S. Sen. Bond, featured a panel discussion with honored speakers Dino Patti Djalal, ambassador to the United States for the Republic ...
Hansel und Gretel
Cosi Fan Tutte
Dialogues des Carmelites
Archives and the digital age : mapping the landscape and creating new partnerships [videorecording]
After a brief introduction by Michael Holland, guest speakers Robert Darnton, Carl Wingo, and John Miles Foley discuss issues in digital preservation and archiving in academic and research libraries at the Future of Archives ...
The scholar, the library, and the digital future [videorecording]
After a brief introduction from Noah Heringman, each participant in the panel describes some of the uses of digital archives in their scholarly research of the humanities. A brief question and answer period with the audience ...
Four women: a conversation about Nina Simone, Billy Holiday, Camilla Williams and Mary J. Blige
This discussion, part of the We Listen Series presented during Black History Month, explored aspects of four prominant African American women singers and their place in American culture.
A Cycle of Songs
La Tragedie de Carmen
Missouri Technology Expo 2011 Keynote Address
Former Missouri Senator Christopher S. "Kit" Bond delivers the Keynote address starting the Missouri Technology Expo 2011.
Saving time and money : how newspapers digitization can help scholars
This panel discussed how newspaper digitization can help scholars save time and money as they research.
Give my poor heart ease : digital humanities and the blues [videorecording]
After introductory remarks from Berkley Hudson, keynote speaker William Ferris discusses digital archives and preservation and their role in his research of the culture and history of the American South.