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The Museum of Other People: From Colonial Acquisitions to Cosmopolitan Exhibitions

This highly recommended work about anthropological museums and creating culturally appropriate exhibits challenges preconceptions and encourages readers to think critically about this complex and important issue.

Solidarity: The Past, Present, and Future of a World-Changing Idea

Readers interested in the intersection of politics and practice will devour this impressive work.

The Swans of Harlem: Five Black Ballerinas, Fifty Years of Sisterhood, and Their Reclamation of a Groundbreaking History

Valby gives each dancer space for their stories to naturally flow, writing them as fully realized individuals with their own hopes and dreams. A heartwarming addition to performing arts biographies.

The Disenchantment

Bell’s extensive historical research is evident in the rich details she weaves into her inventive feminist fable; should please historical-fiction and mystery readers alike.

Boys Weekend

Horror fans are in for a chaotic yet satisfying ride.

Where Is Anne Frank

A potentially compelling thought exercise, far from fully realized.

Quiet Street: On American Privilege

Will likely appeal to general readers. It belongs in all social and behavioral sciences collections.

Chain-Gang All-Stars

An unforgettable book reverberating with alarming truths and providing an uncomfortable look at an all-too-imaginable future.

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