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11 Things We Read This Week: 11/04/2019

A weekly roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the Internet

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04 Nov 2019

Folkhemmet, FDR and Scandinavian Crime Fiction

Exploring the history and influence of Sweden’s experiment with a mixed-market-economy

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31 Oct 2019

Why Teach Students to Think Like Historians?

Primary Source Literacy Teaching Librarian Robin Katz discusses the value of providing primary source access to all students

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30 Oct 2019

How Frankenstein Became a Literary Classic

More than a century after its publication, there was a shift in perceptions of Mary Shelley’s “minor horror story”

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29 Oct 2019

11 Things We Read This Week: 10/25/2019

A weekly roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the Internet

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25 Oct 2019

5 Reasons to Be Excited About the National Theatre + ProQuest

A roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the internet

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21 Oct 2019

11 Things We Read This Week: 10/18/2019

A roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the internet

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18 Oct 2019

The Rise of the Woman Brewmaster

“My parents definitely were not happy about that choice.”

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15 Oct 2019

A Retrospective View of the Mobilization for Immigrant Rights

How newspapers support the study of social movements

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04 Oct 2019

Seeing and Feeling the Music

How ASL interpreter Amber Galloway Gallego is making music more accessible to the hearing impaired.

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23 Sep 2019