Maria Moss

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A New National Holiday – A Riddle
By all rights, I should be a national holiday in the United States. I am not as politically incorrect as Columbus Day which Native Americans are … Continue reading A New National Holiday – A Riddle

White Robes, Silver Screens: An Interview with Tom Rice (Part 2)
In this section of the interview, Tom Rice talks more about his book, the symbolism surrounding the Klan, and the rumors about the Klan’s alleged connection … Continue reading White Robes, Silver Screens: An Interview with Tom Rice (Part 2)

White Robes, Silver Screens: An Interview with Tom Rice
Tom Rice is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of St Andrews and the author of White Robes, Silver Screens: Movies and the Making … Continue reading White Robes, Silver Screens: An Interview with Tom Rice

How to Haiku Part Two
A long journey ends when farmers grab their rifles wolves in Germany   Remember the Haiku rules from last week? If not, check here. As opposed … Continue reading How to Haiku Part Two

How to Haiku
I finally know why students don’t like Haikus too many syllables Ooops, something went wrong – right: the last line. It has 6 syllables but should … Continue reading How to Haiku

An Encounter at Canyon de Chelly
It was a clear and sunny day in early April when we arrived with a student group at Canyon de Chelly (pronounced dəˈʃeɪ/ or də·shā′). We had … Continue reading An Encounter at Canyon de Chelly

Canyon de Chelly, Navajo Nation, Arizona
I first came across White House Ruin in Canyon de Chelly (pronounced dəˈʃeɪ or də·shā′) in N. Scott Momaday’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, House Made of … Continue reading Canyon de Chelly, Navajo Nation, Arizona