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Nineteen to one
(Virginia Tech, 2011)
This book is a collection of short essays, stories, and diagrams by the students and professors of the 2011 Design Thinking Class taught at Virginia Tech, in response to the Common Book <i>This I Believe II</i>.
The Foundations of Hip-Hop Encyclopedia
(Virginia Tech Publishing, 2020-01-09)
Deejaying, emceeing, graffiti writing, and breakdancing. Together, these artistic expressions combined to form the foundation of one of the most significant cultural phenomena of the late 20th century — Hip-Hop. Rooted in ...
Standpoints: Black Feminist Knowledges
(Virginia Tech Department of Sociology in association with Virginia Tech Publishing, 2019-12-19)
Standpoints: Black Feminist Knowledges contains essays that explore Black feminist thought through a diverse set of lenses. The essays are divided among sections on localized framing and stereotypes, global perspectives, ...
Welcome to the Beatles
(Virginia Tech Department of History in association with VT Publishing, 2018-06)
Organized, authored, and edited over the course of five months by a class of eighteen Virginia Tech undergraduate students, Welcome to the Beatles represents our collective contribution to the larger scholarship on the ...
Politics, Power, & Playboy: The American Mindset of the 1960s
(Virginia Tech Department of History in association with Virginia Tech Publishing, 2019-09-23)
The 1960s was a time of reform and revolution in America, brought on by individuals willing to challenge political, social, and cultural norms. Politics, Power, & Playboy explores the American mindset during this turbulent ...