New ebooks at Gleeson Library today:
- Irrepressible light: the women of the New Testament by Patricia Sharbaugh (1 user)
- Bound by war: how the United States and the Philippines built America’s first Pacific century by Christopher Capozzola (1 user)
- What it means to be human: the case for the body in public bioethics by O. Carter Snead (1 user)
- Facing reality: two truths about race in America by Charles Murray (1 user)
- Toward what justice?: describing diverse dreams of justice in education edited by Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang (unlimited users)
- Re-reading Ishi’s story: interpreting representation in three worlds by Norman K. Denzin (unlimited users)
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