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Information: A Historical Companion

A fascinating multidisciplinary essay collection that will appeal to information history junkies as well as history, journalism, and library science students.
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Breaking the Social Media Prism: How to Make Our Platforms Less Polarizing

A wide-ranging academic work for readers curious about how social media has impacted conversation, online and offline, and the increasing overlap of political engagement and technology.

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Fears of a Setting Sun

Though Written primarily for history lovers, this thought-provoking book may strike a chord with others as well.

Stalin: Passage to Revolution

This impressively researched biography provides remarkable and reliable details on the first part of Stalin’s life, along with the many fissures among the Left Communists. An important accomplishment.

Alexander von Humboldt and the United States: Art, Nature, and Culture

An archetype of the “public intellectual” bearing enormous, transformative importance, thoroughly considered in word and image.

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Blood, Powder, and Residue: How Crime Labs Translate Evidence into Proof

Highly recommended for true crime collections; fans of books and documentaries with an emphasis on forensics such as Making a Murderer and The Staircase will especially enjoy.

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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.
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