Students Present at Missouri Folklore Society Meeting

Two Truman students and a recent grad presented at the annual meeting of the Missouri Folklore Society, Hannibal, Nov. 5. Stephanie Aitken (’22) shared her work on sign-wars among local churches, analyzing images from online and collected while traveling. Taylor N. Libbert, master of arts candidate, applied Colin Woodard’s model of subnational cultures to map influences on Missouri folkways. Grace Marshall, history major, presented fieldwork on “Folk Card Game Traditions Among Midwestern College Students.” All three are folklore minors.

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