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<UC Press March and April Award Winners

UC Press March and April Award Winners

UC Press is proud to publish award-winning authors and books across many disciplines. Below are several of our recent award winners. Please join us in celebrating these scholars by sharing the news! …

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<How May Day 1930 Hastened Myles Horton’s Radical Labor Activism

How May Day 1930 Hastened Myles Horton’s Radical Labor Activism

By Stephen Preskill, author of Education in Black and White: Myles Horton and the Highlander Center’s Vision for Social Justice May Day in 1930 America was a dismal affair. In the first …

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<On Recognition and Denial of Injustice in Times of Human Rights Hegemony: Minneapolis and Washington

On Recognition and Denial of Injustice in Times of Human Rights Hegemony: Minneapolis and Washington

By Joachim J. Savelsberg, author of Knowing about Genocide: Armenian Suffering and Epistemic Struggles The past week marked historic recognition of injustice and suffering. In Minneapolis on April 20, a jury found …

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