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Fixing the Books by Erin Debenport
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Erin K. Debenport, AM'99, PhD'09
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From the author: "In 'Fixing the Books,' Erin Debenport presents the research she conducted on an indigenous language literacy effort within a New Mexico Pueblo community, and the potential of that literacy to co
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The Strategist by Bartholomew Sparrow
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Bartholomew Sparrow, PhD'91
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From our pages, May–June/15: "Brent Scowcroft has helped shape US foreign policy for more than four decades as an Air Force lieutenant general, military assistant under President Richard Nixon, and national security a
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How Music Got Free by Stephen Witt
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From our pages, May–June/15: "Just 20 years ago, people purchased all their music from brick-and-mortar stores—but the Internet has made even the concept of buying music seem like ancient history. The result of five y
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Contrition by Maura Weiler
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Maura Weiler, AM'93
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From our pages, May–June/15: "Everything changed for Dorie McKenna, the protagonist of Maura Weiler’s debut novel, when she made two startling discoveries: her biological father was a famous artist, and she was separated at b
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The Road to Character by David  Brooks
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From our pages, May–June/15: "In a world focused on virtues that can be displayed onrésumés, David Brooks advocates for greater focus on the virtues discussed at funerals— kindness, bravery, honesty, faithfulness. Drawing on
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A God That Could Be Real by Nancy Abrams
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From our pages, May–June/15: "While in recovery from an eating disorder, lifelong atheist Nancy Abrams found a surprising comfort and strength in imagining a higher power. She began to explore the possibility of a God t
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Mrs. Grant and Madame Jule by Jennifer Chiaverini
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Jennifer Chiaverini, AM'92
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From our pages, May–June/15: "When Julia Dent married future Union general Ulysses S. Grant in 1848, the plantation owner’s daughter insisted on keeping her childhood slave, Jule. In her latest historical novel, Jennif
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