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Scott Galloway interviews Daniel Murphree, an Associate Professor in the Department of History at UCF, via Zoom about the impact of COVID-19 on his life. Dr. Murphree discusses the outlook of the History Department during COVID-19. He notes about the adaptations that professors needed to perform to properly prepare for teaching. In addition, Dr. Murphree discusses his classes during the time, notably the low turnout due to them being an in-person classes. Murphree included his perspective on both classes for general education and history students. He closes the interview with his interpretation of COVID-19 as being an amplifier or merging with similar events such as the political movements and other events going on within the year.
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Place of Birth
Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Galloway, Scott, "Daniel Murphree Interview" (2021). UCF COVID-19 Memory Project Interviews. 34.