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Books, publications on tap for art history professor

“Ancient Mesoamerica,” the premier scholarly journal in the Mesoamerican art history and archeology fields, has published the co-authored paper of art history professor Dr. Billie Follensbee and Loyola University anthropology professor Dr. Philip Arnold. The paper, titled “Early Formative Anthropomorphic Figurines …

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University professor releases album

Navona Records will release the album “Percipience,” featuring music composed by Missouri State University professor of music Dr. Michael Murray, on April 14. The album will be available as a CD, digital download, and streaming audio from Amazon, iTunes and Spotify, among others.

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Be nice: How to achieve civility in a digital age

For Dr. LeAnn Brazeal, assistant professor of communication at Missouri State University, the key to having civil discussions on the internet is simple: Just go back to the fundamentals. “I think a lot of it is just basic good manners and things we were taught as children,” Brazeal said. “But once we sit down in […]

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Paintbrush power: Art historian notes poignancy of imagery of death

Dr. Mitzi Kirkland-Ives says pre-modern European art was rarely produced with the primary intention of being beautiful. In her new book, “Death, Torture and the Broken Body in European Art, 1300-1650,” the essays explore the function of torture in Renaissance art.

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Esteemed magazine publishes professor’s review

Media, journalism and film professor Jaime Bihlmeyer has been published in one of the oldest literary peer-review journals in the world, “Moderna språk.” His article reviews the book, “Dwelling in Language: Character, Psychoanalysis and Literary Consolations,” by Margret Gunnarsdottir Champion. …

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English professor wins prize for poetry collection

For Missouri State University English professor Dr. Jane Hoogestraat, home is not just where the heart is. It’s also the motivation behind her award-winning book of poetry. In December, Hoogestraat released “Border States,” a 72-page poetry collection that was inspired by her experiences growing up in rural South Dakota. The book was published as a […]

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Talk the talk: using open dialogue to create more inclusive communities

How can we become more inclusive in our communities? Dr. Stephanie Norander and Dr. Gloria Galanes, researchers and professors of communication at Missouri State University, studied efforts in Springfield, Missouri to become a more diverse and inclusive community to answer this question. They found that engaging and embracing racial differences through ongoing dialogue are central to creating and maintaining a strong sense of community.

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Professors’ research chosen as lead article in esteemed communication journal

Research conducted by the communication department’s Drs. Stephanie Norander and Gloria Galanes is receiving high accolades in the communication studies field. Their article on race and community dialogue has been chosen as lead research article for the Journal of Applied

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