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THEA 100 Intro to Theatre (Brankin)

Course Textbook

Mitchell, Charlie, ed. Theatrical Worlds. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2014). ISBN 978-1-61610-1660-4.

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From the Emory Libraries website, "Using Open Education Resources (OER)."