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The Latina/o Midwest Reader

Edited by Omar Valerio-Jiménez, Santiago Vaquera-Vásquez, and Claire F. Fox Afterword by Frances R. Aparicio

Serbia under the Swastika

A World War II Occupation

Alexander Prusin

Cemeteries of Illinois

A Field Guide to Markers, Monuments, and Motifs

Hal Hassen and Dawn Cobb

Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler

My Life with Jimmy Martin, the King of Bluegrass

Barbara Martin Stephens

Health Equity in Brazil

Intersections of Gender, Race, and Policy

Kia Lilly Caldwell

Baking Powder Wars

The Cutthroat Food Fight that Revolutionized Cooking

Linda Civitello

Radical Gotham

Anarchism in New York City from Schwab's Saloon to Occupy Wall Street

Edited by Tom Goyens

English Pastoral Music

From Arcadia to Utopia, 1900-1955

Eric Saylor

Beyond Respectability

The Intellectual Thought of Race Women

Brittney C. Cooper

Women against Abortion

Inside the Largest Moral Reform Movement of the Twentieth Century

Karissa Haugeberg

Charles Ives's Concord

Essays after a Sonata

Kyle Gann

Somalis Abroad

Clan and Everyday Life in Finland

Stephanie R. Bjork

Iain M. Banks

Paul Kincaid

Black Post-Blackness

The Black Arts Movement and Twenty-First-Century Aesthetics

Margo Natalie Crawford

Beyond Bach

Music and Everyday Life in the Eighteenth Century

Andrew Talle

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Q&A with the authors of “Cemeteries of Illinois” Hal Hassen is an archaeologist. He directed the Cultural Resource Management Program for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources from 1990 to 2015. He is coauthor, along with Dawn Cobb, of the Illinois Historic Cemetery Preservation Handbook. Dawn Cobb is … Continue reading

Happy National Hot Dog Day! It’s one of the happiest days of the faux-holiday calendar, a day when you can splurge on a couple of delicious frankfurters loaded up with all your favorite toppings. The hot dog, perhaps our most all-American sausage product, is both … Continue reading

“Working for Change: Stories of Labor History in Illinois” An exhibit titled “Working for Change: Stories of Labor History in Illinois” greets visitors as they enter the North-South Corridor of the main library on the UIUC campus. A series of six cases filled with objects ranging from flyers and … Continue reading

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