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Books by Maverick Authors

Fascinating books by Maverick authors to fill your library

Wobblies of the World

Wobblies of the World: A Global History of the IWW

co-Edited by Kenyon Zimmer, associate professor, Department of History

In Wobblies of the World, Kenyon Zimmer, Peter Cole, and David Struthers take a close look at Chicago's Industrial Workers of the World, a union founded in 1905 that was united by evolutionary and internationalist philosophy and tactics.



Apple Black

Apple Black

By Odunze Oguguo ('14 BFA, '18 MFA, Fine Arts)

Odunze Oguguo's Apple Black series follows Sano, a young sorcerer raised and trained to be the world's savior. Ridding Eden of evil will require Sano to learn the secrets behind his father's research on reviving the effects of an ancient fruit that turned humans into sorcerers.




FIFTY SHADES OF BLACK & WHITE

Fifty Shades of Black & White: Anatomy of the Lawsuit Behind a Publishing Phenomenon

By Mike Farris ('77 BA, Political Science) and Jennifer Pedroza

Mike Farris and Jennifer Pedroza tell the story of the last lawsuit Farris handled before retiring. It involves Fifty Shades of Grey and its international partnership agreements, shady global non-competes, and much more.



HOME- AND COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES FOR OLDER ADULTS

Home- and Community-Based Services for Older Adults

By Noelle L. Fields, assistant professor, Social Work, and her co-authors

In their examination of home- and community-based services for older adults, Noelle Fields, Keith Anderson, and Holly Dabelko-Schoeny explore the history, theory, research, policy, and practices across care settings.




THE NAUTILUS LEGACY

The Nautilus Legacy

by Lewis Crow  ('87 BA, Communication)

A family destroyed. A secret discovered. A destiny chosen. In The Nautilus Legacy, Lewis Crow uses the worlds created in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and The Mysterious Island to create an original new installment to some of Jules Verne's most enduring works.



THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JUPITER HAMMON

The Collected Works of Jupiter Hammon

edited By Cedrick May, Associate professor, Department of English

Cedrick May's The Collected Works of Jupiter Hammon offers a complete look at the literary achievements of Jupiter Hammon, one of the founders of African-American literature.



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