Topic: books

Arts and Culture | May 21, 2012
New work examines the aftermath of student protests of educational inequities in Los Angeles schools.
Research | April 3, 2012
Sonya Douglass Horsford, a scholar of education with The Lincy Institute, looks toward the future after evaluating the flawed aftermath of U.S. school desegregation.
Arts and Culture | May 2, 2011
Alumnus Andrew Kiraly finds his hometown a ripe literary subject. And he hopes fellow writers will join him.
Arts and Culture | November 12, 2010
Alumnus Maile Chapman's first novel, "Your Presence Is Requested At Suvanto" has been featured in The New York Times' Sunday Book Review, The New Yorker, and Publishers Weekly.
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Arts and Culture | August 25, 2010
Uwem Akpan, Daniel Brook and Mary-Ann Tirone Smith Each Receive $50,000 To Pursue Literary Work During Nine-Month Stay at UNLV
Research | June 18, 2010
Anthropology professor Peter Gray explores the evolution of fatherhood in new book.
UNLV History | April 1, 2010
History professor Eugene Moehring is a respected scholar on urban history issues and the West. But the Harry Reid Silver State Research Award recipient says the students are still the most important part of the research equation.
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Arts and Culture | November 30, 2009
Like religion, sociologist Michael Ian Borer says, baseball and Fenway Park give Bostonians something larger than themselves to believe in, "something that transcends the here and now."
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Research | July 22, 2009
History professor Thomas Wright explores government repression in Latin America in his award-winning book.
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People | April 1, 2008
Two new Hal Rothman books extend the life works of the late professor.