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Working While Marginalized

Alum’s New Book Offers Guidance and Strategies on Navigating Office Culture

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Book Pulls the Lid Off Canned Food’s History

Cupboard Staple’s Impact Goes Beyond the Dinner Table

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Researcher’s New Book Puts Physics’ Past and Future in Literary Blender

Sci-Fi Excursions Enliven Deep Dive Into Quantum Thermodynamics

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The Dark Side of Period Dramas

Professor’s Book Examines Depictions of Sexual Assault in Popular TV Series

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Prisoners, Patients and Performers

UMD Professor’s New Book Imagines Lives of 19th-Century Women Confined in Paris Hospital

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Women’s Work

In New Book, Alum Historian Chronicles the Grassroots Work to Recognize Women’s Sacrifices, Service During World War I

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Alum’s Children’s Books to the Rescue

Expanding Series, Foundation Educate About Shelter Dogs

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‘Wimpy Kid’ Creator Jeff Kinney ’93 to Address Winter 2021 Graduates

Author, Illustrator to Speak at Commencement Ceremony on Dec. 20

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Life, Liberty and a Place to Live

Professor’s New Book Proposes a Plan That Could Guarantee Housing for All

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Letters of Hope and Familiarity

Alum’s New Book Highlights African Americans’ Relationship to Lincoln

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Matthew Kirschenbaum

Digging Into Digital Lit, Bit by Bit

English Professor’s New Book Explores How Modern-day Literature Is Made, Preserved and Studied

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Hard Look at Hardcore’s Heyday

Alum’s New Book Examines How a Youth Uprising Created an Enduring Sound Born in D.C.

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