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Michigan Publishing is proud to announce the inaugural volume of Dialectic, a scholarly journal of thought leadership, education and practice in the discipline of visual communication design and the official journal of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Design Educators Community. Dialectic seeks to publish scholarship, analytical study and criticism that will enlighten and inform a diverse audience of design educators engaged both inside and outside the classroom. Drawing on the theoretical frameworks of…

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Michigan Publishing is proud to partner with the Center for International Reproductive Health Training (CIRHT) to publish Integrating Family Planning into Medical Education: A Case Study of St. Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College (SPHMMC), Addis Adaba. This case study chronicles the integration of pre-service training in contraception and comprehensive abortion care into the medical school and OBGYN residency training program at SPHMMC. It showcases the key elements that were crucial in the successful implementation of…

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Today, Hillel has grown into the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. But it had humble origins. Hillel at Michigan 1926/27-1945: Struggles of Jewish Identity in a Pivotal Era provides the first in-depth analysis of the founding decades of a Hillel chapter and the organization’s surprising roots in the Midwest. Following a close examination of the extant copies of the Hillel News, Markovits and Garner explore the triumphs and tribulations of an organization founded…

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In 2016, Maize Books published Looping Detroit: A People Mover Travelogue, by Nick Tobier. This week, Tobier and his newest book were featured on Living Writers, a WCBN radio program hosted by T. Hetzel. Looping Detroit is a compilation of observations made by writers and artists, invited to ride the People Mover and ruminate on one of its thirteen stops. From Grand Circus Park to Greektown to Joe Louis to Time Square and back to…

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