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Island Zombie: Iceland Writings

this memoir will resonate with readers who have traveled to Iceland, those who have this place on a bucket list of destinations, and others who crave solitude as a journey, not minding storm and stress.
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The Jefferson Bible: A Biography

An illuminating look at a work of one of our most intellectually inquisitive presidents that will appeal to Jefferson aficionados, as well as anyone interested in the history of American religion.

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Privilege and Punishment: How Race and Class Matter in Criminal Court

A well-researched, eye-opening study that will appeal to readers of criminal justice and sociology.

The Campus Color Line: College Presidents and the Struggle for Black Freedom

This extensively researched, well-written examination of racism, integration, and violence in the postsecondary environment is a major contribution to the field of higher education.

A Field Guide to Grad School: Uncovering the Hidden Curriculum

Undergraduate students considering graduate school as well as current graduate students will find the information contained here helpful, making this a useful guide for college and university libraries. Highly recommended for anyone curious about what to expect in graduate school.

Higher Expectations: Can Colleges Teach Students What They Need To Know in the 21st Century?

Highly recommended for college faculty and administrators, and anyone interested in how college students can find meaning and purpose in life.

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Hosts and Guests

Like award-wining poet Christian Wiman, Klug bears witness to the fruitful cross-pollinations of contemporary poetry and contemporary religious faith, and like Wiman, he is worth watching. This new collection will reward attentive readers, regardless of their religious beliefs.
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Walker Evans: Starting from Scratch

Intriguing interpretations of Evans’s photos and work process, for both specialists and general readers.

Hidden Heretics: Jewish Doubt in the Digital Age

A compelling work showing the inner lives of those counseled by rabbinic authorities to keep their less-observant practices private while publicly keeping up the fiction of piety. For all interested in the intersection of faith and self-fulfillment.

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