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- Scoundrels and shirkers : capitalism and poverty in Britain /
- Dreaming and self-cultivation in China, 300 BCE - 800 CE /
- The NAACP in Washington DC : from Jim Crow to home rule /
- Sophie's world : a graphic novel about the history of philosophy /
- Engage in public scholarship! : a guidebook on feminist and accessible communication /
- Soccer's neoliberal pitch : the sport's power, profit, and discursive politics /
- Culturally responsive reading : teaching literature for social justice /
- Feminists reclaim mentorship : an anthology /
- Paper Valley : the fight for the Fox River cleanup /
- Observing learning in early childhood /
- Of two minds : the growing disorder in American psychiatry /
- Fred & Marjorie : a doctor, a dog, and the discovery of insulin /
- Ingredients for revolution : a history of American feminist restaurants, cafes, and coffeehouses /
- The talk /
- Question everything : a Stone reader /
- Hunting Ghislaine /
- Carbon colonialism : how rich countries export climate breakdown /
- The island of forgetting / $c Jasmine Sealy.
- The urge : our history of addiction /
- Rape, agency, and carceral solutions : from criminal justice to social justice /
- Prevention of environmental harm under general international law : an alternative reconstruction /
- Social media : a critical introduction /
- The leeter spiaking Singlish /
- Yves Bonnefoy, critique et poésie /
- Sewing Circles /
- Witch hunt /
- Data /
- Cyber-espionage in international law : silence speaks /
- Northerners /
- Analyzing Sound Patterns : an introduction to phonology /
One Book One SFU
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Non-Fiction Writer in Residence
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What book changed your mind?
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