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Mere shadows of human forms: intersections of body and adaptation theories in six screen versions of Jane Eyre
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
male gaze. These scholars should seek new ways to theorize the female body: we cannot challenge preexisting models if we do not propose new ones. From my work in literature, I have found that body theory intersects with adaptation studies...
On marvellous things seen and heard
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
literatures that presume to speak, and not speak, of sounds and silences. Structured as a triptych (I. Critical Introductions, II. Creative Body, III. Critical Conclusions), three essays serve to frame the hybrid Galerie de Difformité at the collection's core...
Everybody loves "Sideways": patterns of consensus (and lack thereof) among movie critics in 2004
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] Research on pack journalism tends to focus on the seeming homogeneity in much reporting of hard news. This study examines similar tendencies among film ...
The Message of the American Folk Sermon
Catalog, University of Missouri--Columbia, Undergraduate, [1983-1985]
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1983)
e-Mosaics, 2012 June
(University of Missouri--Columbia, College of Arts and Science, 2012)
From the Dean -- Miranda Metheny: Blooming Abroad -- Cameron Williams: He's Got Your Back -- Military Science and Leadership: Selfless Service, Integrity, and Personal Courage -- Emily Armstrong: A Hand in the Process -- ...
Is That Racist? One White Family Interrogating Whiteness and Constructing Antiracist Curriculum
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2019)
Despite attempts by white teachers and families to avoid talk about race (Apfelbaum, Paulker, Ambady, Sommers, & Norton, 2008; Bartoli, Michael, Bentley Edwards, Stevenson, Shor, & McClain, 2016; Boutte, López-Robertson, ...
Print for the people : the future of archives in a digital age
This poster details the events organized by the Mizzou Advantage project Print for the People.
Enacted identities : a narrative inquiry into teacher writerly becoming
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
This narrative inquiry explored the ways in which four mid-career English teachers construct themselves as W/writers and how those writerly identities are performed in their pedagogy. I curated data collected from extended ...
Meet Mizzou : black perspectives
(University of Missouri-Columbia, 1988)
1983-84 catalog, Center for Independent Study : high school, university, continuing education courses
(University of Missouri, 1983)
General catalog with description of courses, 1966-67
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1966)
The General Catalog of the University of Missouri, Columbia, contains general information on administration, facilities, programs of study and degrees offered, regulations and requirements for admission, as well as facts ...
e-Mosaics, 2013 February
(University of Missouri--Columbia, College of Arts and Science, 2013)
From the Dean -- Roya Ferozi: From Kabul to Columbia -- Brenda Warren: Perseverance Pays Off -- Upcoming Events -- How Does Your Program Grow, Clarence Lo? -- James E. Cooling: Mizzou Proud -- Red Campus & the Fire of 1892 ...
The examination of safe sex message appeals, sex, and emotional responses on college students’ condom use attitudes, intentions, and self-efficacy
Inconsistency in the sexual risk prevention literature indicated that there was a need for additional research identifying factors that will increase safe sex behaviors; particularly, condom use, in young adults. The present study attempted...