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The Outsider
Dan Rottenberg, author of The Outsider, will attend the Albert M. Greenfield mural dedication and ribbon cutting at Dilworth Park at Philadelphia's City Hall on October 24 at 11:00 am.

Making a Global Immigrant Neighborhood
Tarry Hum, author of Making a Global Immigrant Neighborhood, will give a talk entitled "Power Plants, Sex Shops, Industrial Zones, and Open Space: The Politics of a Sustainable Working Waterfront" at the Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center, CUNY CityTech, 300 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY on October 24th at 8:30 am.

Free Time Work Without End
The October 20 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education published an article on leisure time featured Benjamin Kline Hunnicutt and his books, Free Time and Work Without End.

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Books for Course Adoption

The Archival Turn in Feminism
The Archival Turn in Feminism

Self-Determination without Nationalism
Self-Determination without Nationalism

America's First Adventure in China
America's First Adventure in China

The Company We Keep
The Company We Keep

Men's College Athletics and the Politics of Racial Equality
Men's College Athletics and the Politics of Racial Equality

Second Cities
Second Cities

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