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Showcases the vibrant practices of Tlingit women's beadwork

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An intimate biography of place and an urgent call to conservation

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What do chickens reveal about our relationship with animals and food?

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Defines how Jewish intellectuals of the Enlightenment influenced later European revolutionary movements

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The first comparative study of these two early empires

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