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Dixie Dewdrop

The Uncle Dave Macon Story

Michael D. Doubler

Assassins against the Old Order

Italian Anarchist Violence in Fin de Siècle Europe

Nunzio Pernicone and Fraser M. Ottanelli

Syrian and Lebanese Patrícios in São Paulo

From the Levant to Brazil

Oswaldo Truzzi

Banjo Roots and Branches

Edited by Robert B. Winans

Women and Ideas in Engineering

Twelve Stories from Illinois

Laura D. Hahn and Angela S. Wolters

New Media Futures

The Rise of Women in the Digital Arts

Edited by Donna J. Cox, Ellen Sandor, and Janine Fron

Aesthetics and Technology in Building

The Twenty-First-Century Edition

Pier Luigi Nervi

A History of the Ozarks, Volume 1

The Old Ozarks

Brooks Blevins

Ugly Differences

Queer Female Sexuality in the Underground

Yetta Howard

In a Classroom of Their Own

The Intersection of Race and Feminist Politics in All-Black Male Schools

Keisha Lindsay

Los Romeros

Royal Family of the Spanish Guitar

Walter Aaron Clark

Arthur C. Clarke

Gary Westfahl

Mayor Harold Washington

Champion of Race and Reform in Chicago

Roger Biles

Black Opera

History, Power, Engagement

Naomi André

Bluegrass Generation

A Memoir

Neil V. Rosenberg

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“Chinatown Opera Theater in North America” wins Certificate of Merit for Best Historical Research in Recorded Country, Folk, Roots, or World Music

We’re pleased to announce that Chinatown Opera Theater in North America by Nancy Yunhwa Rao has won a Certificate of Merit for Best Historical Research in Recorded Country, Folk, Roots, or World Music from the Association for Recorded Sound Collections. Begun in … Continue reading

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Teaching in the Time of “trumpism”: Reflections on Citizenship and Hospitality

The most recent special issue of Women, Gender, and Families of Color titled “Trump’s America? Disquiet Campus? Marginalized College Students, Faculty, and Staff Reflect on Learning, Working, Living, and Engaging,” contains 25 articles from contributors who address the very tangible changes and … Continue reading

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Centennial Reception at Jane Addams Hull House

Today marks Jane Addam’s 158th birthday and at UI Press, we’re the proud publisher of many of her books and personal papers. As a fitting tribute to the mother of social work, next week on September 13, the Press will … Continue reading

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