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Liberating Service Learning
Randy Stoecker, author of Liberating Service Learning,
was interviewed by Inside Higher Ed, on May 16 about
his forthcoming book.

Audacity of HoopBall Don't Lie! On May 28, at 12 noon, Alexander Wolff, author of The Audacity of Hoop, and Yago Colás, author of Ball Don't Lie!, will read from and sign their books at the Georgia Tech Barnes and Noble, 48 5th Street, NW in Atlanta, GA.

A Nice Place to Visit
Watch a video of Aaron Cowan, author of A Nice Place to Visit, talk about tourism and urban revitalization in the Postwar Rustbelt.

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Salsa World
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Out in the Union
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Out in the Union

Environmental Activism and the Urban Crisis
Environmental Activism and the Urban Crisis

Mobilizing Gay Singapore
Mobilizing Gay Singapore

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Salsa World

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