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Mark R. Schwehn: Exiles from Eden: Religion and the Academic Vocation in America
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Musings to come in the next month or so:
Is Edwig Danticat a Shimerian?
What does a recent book on teens and social media teach us about higher education?
What does National Poetry Month have to do with. . . . Shimer?
What is happening in social reading for Shimer?
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Can't wait to hear about Edwig Danticat, and the tie-in with the book on teens and social media.
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04/03/2014 at 04:22 PM
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