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Professor par excellence
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1991)
"Do you speak French? Dr. Mary Jo Muratore helps 800 students each semester master the fundamentals of this Romance language. Because of her success in the classroom, she won a William T. Kemper Fellowship for teaching excellence...
Basque oral ecology
The how of literature
Annotated bibliography 1986-1990
The fairy seers of Eastern Serbia: seeing fairies—speaking through trance
"The fairy-seers are called numerous names in various languages across southeastern Europe. The semantic field of these varying designations is far from identical: sometimes the seers need not enter into a trance to see them, sometimes they fight...
Teaching A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Discussion of Various Interpretations of Themes
(Interdisciplinary Doctoral Student Council at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2016)
Shakespeare has been at the center of the high school English curriculum in the United States since the advent of the McGuffey Readers in the mid-nineteenth century to the revision of the canon at the end of the twentieth. ...
The Message of the American Folk Sermon