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Welcome to the September issue of Bluelines! Be sure to visit our 2-week sale before the end of the month: All Rhetoric and Democratic Deliberation titles at 30–70% off.

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The PSU Press staff

new & noteworthy

subject/series highlight

Q&A with Nathan Crick

upcoming exhibits & events

awards & reviews

unlocked book of the month

journal news

The Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association has awarded two articles from Pacific Coast Philology 53.2 with the Outstanding Article Award. Both articles are free to read on JSTOR through Sept. 2020!

“‘Felons, Not Families’: U.S. Immigration Policies and the Construction of an American Underclass” by Kathryn K. Stevenson

“Mutiny on the Sofa: Historical Patterns of Patriarchy and Family Structure in American Science Fiction, 1945-2018” by Jeremiah B. C. Axelrod

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