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Congratulations to Lori Ann Stephens

Department of English Lecturer Lori Ann Stephens published a new novel titled Blue Running. Learn more: www.loriannstephens.com. 

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Congratulations to Jonathan McGregor

Jonathan McGregor, a lecturer in the SMU Writing and Reasoning Program, recently published a new book titled, Communion of Radicals: The Literary Christian Left in Twentieth-Century America. Tune into the virtual launch event on Facebook Live, Tuesday, 11/23, at 2 pm: https://fb.me/e/eojq4vHOU. More information below:

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Congratulations to Ruben A. Arellano

Congratulations to Ruben A. Arellano, a 2017 recipient of the Ph.D. in History from SMU, for his recently published article– “Radicals and Reformers in the ‘Big D’:  The Rise of Ethnic Mexican Politics in Dallas, Texas, 1969-1980.” Journal of South Texas 35(Spring 2021): 24-55.

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Erasure of freedman’s towns, Central Expressway injustice inspired book from SMU grad student

Lake Highlands Advocate Originally Posted: May 21, 2021 A Lake Highlands resident’s nonfiction book about how highway construction erased neighborhoods of color in Dallas was released today. Collin Yarbrough is a Lake Highlands High School alumnus and SMU grad student who also owns Full Circle Bakery with his mom, Judy. His book, Paved A Way, […]

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Another award winning book from the Clements Center!

Dedman College News Originally Posted: March 4, 2021 Clements Center fellow Miguel Ángel González-Quiroga was awarded the Ramirez Family Award for Most Significant Scholarly Book from the Texas Institute of Letters for his book War and Peace on the Rio Grande Frontier, 1830-1880 (University of Oklahoma Press).  His book previously won both the Tejano Book […]

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John Kalkanli on the Power of SMU Human Rights’ “Holocaust Poland” Trip

SMU News Originally Posted: January 27, 2018   Learn how SMU student John Kalkanli’s visual impairment made his Embrey Human Rights Program “Holocaust Poland” trip all the more powerful – and inspired his current efforts to ensure support for the Americans With Disabilities Act. Find out more about Kalkanli by visiting https://www.smu.edu/News/2016/commencement-09may2016/John-Kalkanli. And for details […]

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Documenting a transformative learning experience

SMU Magazine Originally Posted: November 1, 2017 Bearing witness to Poland’s deep physical and emotional scars that linger long after World War II – when the Nazis made the country the epicenter of the Holocaust – is the focus of a new book by SMU’s Embrey Human Rights Program, No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland (Terrace Partners, $39.95). […]

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No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland. New book reflects unique and transformative human rights learning experience

SMU News Originally Posted: October 17, 2017 DALLAS (SMU) – Bearing witness to Poland’s deep physical and emotional scars that linger long after World War II – when the Nazis made the country the epicenter of the Holocaust – is the focus of a new book by SMU’s Embrey Human Rights Program: No Resting Place: […]