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- The people are not an image : vernacular video after the Arab Spring /
- Unfuckable lardass : poems /
- Heart berries : a memoir /
- Ursule Mirouët /
- Le boys club /
- A process philosophy of signs /
- Issues and debates in cyberpsychology /
- High conflict : why we get trapped and how we get out /
- Five paths of student engagement : blazing the trail to learning and success /
- Awakening Artemis : deepening intimacy with the living earth and reclaiming our wild nature /
- Understanding nonverbal communication : a semiotic guide /
- Œuvres complètes /
- 47,000 beads /
- Pebble swing /
- Pieces of a nation : South Sudanese heritage and museum collections /
- American magnitude : hemispheric vision and public feeling in the United States /
- Plaisirs féminins dans la littérature française de la Renaissance /
- Trauma-informed yoga for survivors of sexual assault : practices for healing and teaching with compassion /
- La tentation épique (1989-2018) : épique et épopée sur les scènes françaises /
- Each one a furnace /
- Best wishes, warmest regards : the story of Schitt's Creek /
- Trauma and dissociation-informed psychotherapy : relational healing and the therapeutic connection /
- A general history of the lives, murders and adventures of the most notorious rogues /
- The rule of laws : a 4,000-year quest to order the world /
- Heritopia : world heritage and modernity /
- Studying public policy : principles and processes /
- Oceans of grain : how American wheat remade the world /
- Chatter : the voice in our head, why it matters, and how to harness it /
- Le Thésée d'André Gide : entre tradition et innovation /
- Relire Cyrano de Bergerac /
One Book One SFU
One Book One SFU is an all-SFU reading experience which makes a selected book available to our entire university community.
Non-Fiction Writer in Residence
SFU Library's Non-Fiction Writer in Residence program emphasizes the power of writing to share knowledge beyond academia, enhancing the SFU community's capacity to tell compelling research and scholarship stories.
What book changed your mind?
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