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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

Peruvian Lives across Borders

Power, Exclusion, and Home

M. Cristina Alcalde

Illinois History

A Reader

Edited by Mark Hubbard

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

Glory in Their Spirit

How Four Black Women Took On the Army during World War II

Sandra M. Bolzenius

James Baldwin and the 1980s

Witnessing the Reagan Era

Joseph Vogel

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The Evolution of a Vision: The History of the University of Illinois Press

Have you ever wondered how the University of Illinois Press got its start? Julie Laut, our Outreach Coordinator, takes us back to when the press was founded in 1918 in a special talk at Spurlock Museum. Watch her presentation below … Continue reading

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Michael Heller, editor of “Jazz and Culture”, named as a 2018 ACLS Fellow!

Congratulations to Michael Heller, the editor of Jazz and Culture, on being named one of the 2018 American Council of Learned Society Fellows! The 2018 ACLS Fellowship was awarded to 78 recipients to [advance] humanistic studies in all fields of … Continue reading

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Q&A with Roger R. Tamte, author of “Walter Camp and the Creation of American Football”

Roger R. Tamte is a patent attorney and scholar of early American football who has studied Camp for many years. He recently answered some questions with us about his new book, Walter Camp and the Creation of Football. Q. Who was … Continue reading

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