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Students Collaborate to Publish Ebooks

Students Collaborate to Publish Ebooks

Most college courses require students to purchase books.  At Rutgers–Camden, a new collaborative project will help creative writing students to publish their own books, by turning their manuscripts into ebooks with the help of graphic design students. The project pairs MFA students with undergraduate graphic design students to bring written words to life by creating […]

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Reflections on Guatemala

Reflections on Guatemala

As I sit here safe at home nursing my exhausted aching body from eight days of rigorous labor and learning in the attempt to give something to the marginalized Mayan communities in the highlands of Guatemala, I cannot help but feel as though it was they, not us, that had done all of the giving. […]

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Reimagining Writing

Reimagining Writing

Philip Scranton, a Rutgers University Board of Governors Professor of History of Industry and Technology, has written a guest blog post for John Hopkins University Press on how to write for and with a colleague and friend. When a scholarly book is finished, and before readers and critics decide what it means and what use […]

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Health Practices in Guatemala

Everyday I am more amazed. We finished our stoves for the families today. We were so very welcomed and the community members were extremely grateful for our visit. They blessed us with a song and gave us beautiful lilies to show their thanks. It was amazing to spend a day with a Mayan widowed mother.  […]

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