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Why Dystopian Stories Like The Handmaid’s Tale Are So Popular

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Why are we so drawn to such bleak, harrowing depictions of our future?

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17 Oct 2017

Remembering Tom Petty – and His Surprising Punk Past

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The recent death of Tom Petty left a multitude of fans feeling, well, heartbroken. And nostalgic.

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12 Oct 2017

Canadian Librarians and the Path to Librarianship

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Recent two-part article from Jean Weihs chronicles stories of Canadian women who have pursued careers in library science.

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11 Oct 2017

Ebook Central Usability Continues to Evolve

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Redesigned Ebook Central Book Detail Page Boosts Student Productivity

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05 Oct 2017

Exploring the Intersection of Black Freedom & the Labor Movement

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Resources to research the life and accomplishments of A. Philip Randolph.

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05 Oct 2017

The Complex History of Holocaust Survivors in Latin America

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A new research project focuses on perspectives of Jewish immigrants in Latin America as the region makes news headlines for past Nazi ties.

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28 Sep 2017

Empowering Research in American History Around the World

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“Without ProQuest History Vault, I have no doubt that our students would struggle to produce such excellent work.” – Dr. Joe Street

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27 Sep 2017

The Monkees Paradox: A T.V. Band That Became Real

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Exploring how a subversive ‘60s situation comedy still messes with our heads.

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19 Sep 2017

Poutine: Food Fad or New Staple in International Cuisine?

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Research indicates French fry-gravy-cheese curd dish isn’t just for Canadians anymore.

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07 Sep 2017

Joe Hill: The Legendary Troubadour of the Wobblies

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The role of music in the labor movement, and how a rabble-rousing immigrant became a quintessential figure in labor history.

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06 Sep 2017

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