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5 Summer Reads by Asian and Asian American Authors

AAPI Literature and Media Club Founder and President Shares Recommendations

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Student Works Awarded in Expanded Sadat Arts for Justice and Peace Program

Music, Poetry Added to Competition; Entries Centered on Freedom of Speech

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Capital-area Chronicler Turns the Page

Departing Washington Post Columnist Shares 20 Years of Family Tales, Reader Favorites

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5 African American Works of Art Everyone Should Know

From Pulitzer Prize-winning Poetry to Renowned Modern Dance, Faculty Experts Share Their Picks

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A Peek Inside … English Professor Christina Walter’s Office

With Collection of Optical Toys, Seeing Isn’t Always Believing

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Jewish Folklore Goes Queer in Alum’s New Novel

The Mystical and Mundane Meet in Story Inspired by Author’s Eastern European Family Matriarchs

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‘Bridging’ an Academic Divide

Faculty and Students Bring Writing Course to D.C. Corrections Facilities

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Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman

‘Their Histories Are Histories of Solidarity’

UMD Experts Help New PBS Documentaries Present Fuller Picture of Tubman, Douglass

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Initiative ‘Borrowing’ Libraries Will Expand Access to Dental Care

UMD to Lead NIH-funded Initiative Aimed at Supporting Marginalized Communities

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Russian ICBM missile launchers move during the Victory Day military parade marking 71 years after the victory in WWII in Red Square in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2016.

Op/ed: Why We Obsess Over the Details of a Nuclear Apocalypse

Doomsday Speculations, Paradoxically, Can Provide Comfort in Uncertain Times, UMD Scholar Says

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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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The Next Chapter for British Lit at UMD

Alum’s Bequest Aims to Create Appreciation of Classic Works in New Generations, Support the College of Education and Terps From Foster Homes

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