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    An imprint of Michigan Publishing, Maize Books serves the publishing needs of the University of Michigan community by making high-quality scholarship widely available in print and online. It represents a new model for authors seeking to share their work within and beyond the academy, offering streamlined selection, production, and distribution processes. Maize Books is intended as a complement to more formal modes of publication in a wide range of disciplinary areas.

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    Sign-Tracking and Drug Addiction

    Edited by Jonathan Morrow and Arthur Tomie

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    Flood in Florence, 1966: A Fifty-Year Retrospective

    Edited by Paul Conway and Martha O'Hara Conway

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    Data Literacy in the Real World: Conversations & Case Studies

    Edited by Kristin Fontichiaro, Amy Lennex, Tyler Hoff, Kelly Hovinga, and Jo Angela Oehrli

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    Creating Data Literate Students

    Edited by Kristin Fontichiaro, Jo Angela Oehrli, and Amy Lennex

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    A Nation of Widening Opportunities

    Edited by Ellen D. Katz and Samuel R. Bagenstos

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    Lineages of the Literary Left: Essays in Honor of Alan M. Wald

    Howard Brick, Robbie Lieberman, and Paula Rabinowitz, Editors

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    Discourses in African Musicology: J.H. Kwabena Nketia Festschrift

    Edited by Kwasi Ampene, Akosua Adomako Ampofo, Godwin K. Adjei, and Albert K. Awedoba

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