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I’m always trying to get students to see the humanity of people in countries we clash with politically.I want to help people see the world in the most enlightened possible way.” “In addition to undergrad courses, I’ve taught in the Holt School ever since I came here.One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned is, don’t go messing around in countries when you don’t know what’s going on there.” “Living in the People’s Republic of China (from 1993-94) gave me such a deep understanding of the way things worked and the way people responded to their environment.One thing I discovered is that most Chinese are not happy with the United States. as a troublemaker that was using human rights to push its own agenda.In the meantime, as one of his final acts on campus, Moore recently took a few moments to reflect on his more than three decades at Rollins.“I’ve watched dating and courtship patterns change a lot at Rollins.’ So I broke into an Elvis song, and he said, ‘Keep your day job, professor.’” “I was actually in the Navy reserves during the Vietnam War.
In the anthropology department, I’ve had the most collegial, pleasant, supportive colleagues anyone could ask for. There was one time when our administrative assistant hired an Elvis impersonator, and I was teaching a class in linguistics, and all of a sudden Elvis comes into my class and says, ‘Professor, why don’t you sing us a song?
Over the years of study and fieldwork, he has accumulated quite a lot of language knowledge in Mandarin, Cantonese, and Spanish.