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Jason Kraus, his fiancée and their dog, Gibbson

Alum’s Children’s Books to the Rescue

Expanding Series, Foundation Educate About Shelter Dogs

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Portrait of Jeff Kinney with Diary of a Wimpy Kid illustration

‘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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Protesters with signs that read "stop evictions" and "cancel the rent"

Life, Liberty and a Place to Live

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

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Collage of letters to Lincoln

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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D.C. punk collage

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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"What the Eyes Don't See" book cover

A Fight for Public Health

First-Year Book Addresses Environmental Racism

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Dave Chappelle, Lauren Hill, Nina Simone illustration

In Black Radical Artists, Professor Finds Methods to the ‘Madness’

From Nina Simone to Dave Chappelle, New Book Explores Mad Undercurrent in Black Expressive Culture

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City sketch

‘Drawn’ to Cities? Consider Sketching Them

Professor’s How-to Book Features Examples by UMD Students

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streetcar travels on Canal Street in New York City

History Professor Specializing in Slavery, Resistance Named Andrew Carnegie Fellow

Richard Bell to Receive $200,000 to Research Book on Desegregation of Public Transit in New York City

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Witchy Woman

Alum’s Fourth Book Explores the Occult, Addiction and Internet Covens

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Jordana Moore Saggese

Professor Makes Space for Black Art in Academic Art History

Focus on Questioning Norms in the Field on Display in New Book, Journal Issue

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