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Undocumented Fears
Jamie Longazel, author of Undocumented Fears, published an essay on Lou Barletta in the Huffington Post on December 5.

Boathouse Row
On December 12th, Dotty Brown will be speaking and signing copies of Boathouse Row at the Free Library of Philadelphia, 1901 Vine Street, in Philadelphia, PA at 7:00 pm

White Paper
White paper from Temple-hosted summit of university presses reporting to libraries now available

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  • The Great RefusalThe Great Refusal
    Herbert Marcuse and Contemporary Social Movements

    Edited by Andrew T. Lamas, Todd Wolfson, and Peter N. Funke, With a foreword by Angela Y. Davis

    "This is certainly the time for a Marcuse revival!"Fredric Jameson, Duke University

  • Building DrexelBuilding Drexel
    The University and Its City, 1891–2016
    Edited by Richardson Dilworth and Scott Gabriel Knowles

    Published in conjunction with Drexel University's 125th anniversary, Building Drexel chronicles the founding of the university by Anthony J. Drexel through to the present day.

  • Boathouse RowBoathouse Row
    Waves of Change in the Birthplace of American Rowing
    Dotty Brown

    "[A] must-read for anyone interested in the sport of rowing and the enormous contributions of those who once plied the Schuylkill River. Dotty Brown chronicles not only the famous athletes of yore, like John B. Kelly, but those noteworthy artists, architects, businessmen, and politicians who helped to build this historic piece of riverbank into the living dynasty that it remains today. With the deft hand of a skilled writer, she unravels a Philadelphia story filled with fascinating characters, revealing new insights on old stories that have remained shrouded in mystery, and supplements her narrative with beautiful artwork and photography."—Daniel J. Boyne, author of Kelly: A Father, a Son, an American Quest

  • Will Big League Baseball Survive?Will Big League Baseball Survive?
    Globalization, the End of Television, Youth Sports, and the Future of Major League Baseball

    Lincoln A. Mitchell

    "Columnists and pundits love to write Major League Baseball's obituary, even as the league sets new records for revenue and attendance. Lincoln Mitchell confronts this paradox with a deep and provocative examination of the game's past, present, and future. Will Big League Baseball Survive? is a book that all serious fans should read—and the league's commissioner, perhaps, most of all."—Sam Miller, co-author of The Only Rule Is It Has to Work: Our Wild Experiment Building a New Kind of Baseball Team

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North Philly Notes
This week in North Philly Notes we publish a new white paper entitled, "Across the Great Divide: Findings and Possibilities for Action from the 2016 Summit Meeting of Academic Libraries and University Presses with Administrative Relationships (P2L)" from the Temple-hosted summit of university presses reporting to libraries.

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