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- The historical web and digital humanities : the case of national web domains
- Video games have always been queer
- Buddhism and political theory
- Native southerners : indigenous history from origins to removal
- RIGHTS AS WEAPONS : instruments of conflict, tools of power.
- The Oxford handbook of stigma, discrimination, and health
- What every autistic girl wishes her parents knew
- Squee from the margins : fandom and race
- Fake geek girls : fandom, gender, and the convergence culture industry
- Morneau Shepell handbook of Canadian pension and benefit plans.
- Literature : why it matters
- The voices of Nîmes : women, sex, and marriage in Reformation Languedoc
- Where the dead sit talking
- Nilpotent structures in ergodic theory
- Dialogues on the human ape
- Achilles unbound : multiformity and tradition in the Homeric epics
- SHAHNAMEH : the persian epic as world literature.
- Sports crazy : how sports are sabotaging American schools
- The animal who writes : a posthumanist composition
- Florence & Leon
- Le relevé des jours : Émile Zola écrivain-journaliste
- Finding Monte Cristo : Alexandre Dumas and the French Atlantic world
- Anti-Zionism on campus : the university, free speech, and BDS
- Une éducatrice des Lumières, Marie Leprince de Beaumont
- What English language teachers need to know
- Everybody hurts : transitions, endings, and resurrections in fan cultures
- Chemical crimes : science and poison in Victorian crime fiction
- Archéologie du texte littéraire dit "francophone" : 1921-1970
- Switching to ArcGIS Pro from ArcMap
- American hegemony in the 21st century : a neo neo-Gramscian perspective