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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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Sharada Balachandran Orihuela and Kamala Harris

First Cousin

UMD English Professor Shares Memories of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, and How Their Progressive, Global Family Shaped Their Paths

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Collage of book covers, including "The New Jim Crow," "Daring Greatly," "Stamped From the Beginning," "Dog Whistle Politics" and " White Fragility"

Page Turners for the Times

Want to Learn More About Opposing Systemic Racism? VP for Diversity and Inclusion Shares 5 Recommendations

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Student reads at a podium during Read-a-Thon

Reading and Righting

Libraries’ Black History Month Event Celebrates Great Writers

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“Demagoguery and Democracy” books

An Open Book on ‘Us vs. Them’

First Year Book Explores Rhetoric of Demagogues

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still from "Wild Nights With Emily"

“Wild” Woman

New Film Based on Professor’s Work Re-envisions Emily Dickinson’s Life

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Katerine Anne Porter collage

A Portal Into a Pulitzer Winner’s Thoughts

Libraries’ New Website Gives Context to Katherine Anne Porter’s Life of Letters

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Sarah Pekkanen '90 and Greer Hendricks

“Anonymous” No Longer

With Buzzed-About Novel’s Release Today, Terp Expands Literary Success

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BookLab printing press

The Writing’s on the Lab Wall

New Space Explores History and Future of Books

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Elizabeth Acevedo won the 2018 National Book Award for young people's literature

"The Poet X" Marks the Spot

Alum Wins National Book Award for Young People's Literature

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Female Engagement Teams

Fighting Gender Boundaries on the Front Lines

Terp’s New Book Reveals Impact of Military’s Female Engagement Teams

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FrankenReads

A Monster Mash, Frankly

FrankenReads Celebrates Novel’s 200th Anniversary on Campus, Around the World

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