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From the Trenches: Essays on Writing and Workshopping Race and Difference

Author(s): Laurie Carter

From the trenches encourages readers to write from the places, spaces where we all meet, despite our differences.  Discover  prompts in life and on the page that inspire questions, which evoke truth and answers that further discussion and understanding.  Experience disappointment, joy, a journey thr...

Music Appreciation: An Outline Guide

Author(s): Sarah Satterfield

Music Appreciation: An Outline Guide is the outgrowth of much experience teaching Music Appreciation at the collegiate level. Students are often overwhelmed by the amount of material in standard Music Appreciation texts. This text is only a guide at this time. Music Appreciation: An Outline Guide...

Fragile Democracy: A Critical Introduction to American Government

Author(s): Richard W Coughlin

The central argument of Fragile Democracy: A Critical Introduction to American Government is that democracy in the United States is today more of a question than a given.  American democracy has become a precarious enterprise.  This text is organized similarly to most American government texts. It c...

"Know What I'm Saying...?!?" Basics of Speech Communication

Author(s): Victoria Nabors

Know What I’m Saying: Basics of Speech Communication:offers shorter chapters using a scaffold layout to engage learners and encourage reading.includes self-assessment discussion prompts called “Show Your Understanding” that challenges students to apply new skills to hypothetical situations.includes ...

Introduction to Humanities

Author(s): Craig Kallendorf

The emphasis in Introduction to Humanities is on the “big picture,” so that you will be able to follow the larger flow of cultural history and understand the place of individual works of art and literature in it. When appropriate, this is accompanied by close readings of key passages and detailed an...