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The Sea and the Second World War: Maritime Aspects of a Global Conflict

edited by Marcus Faulkner and Alessio Patalano with contributions by James Goldrick, Evan Mawdsley, Alan D. Zimm, Iain E. Johnston-White, G. H. Bennett, Charles I. Hamilton, Peter J. Dean, Donald K. Mitchener, Francis Grice, and George H. Monahan

The sea shaped the course and conduct of World War II, from the first moments of the German invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, to the Japanese surrender on September 2, 1945.

For the Hog Killing, 1979

by Tanya Amyx Berry Essay by Wendell Berry edited by Ben Aguilar

“The traditional neighborly work of killing a hog and preparing it as food for humans is either a fine art or a shameful mess.

Film's First Family: The Untold Story of the Costellos

by Terry Chester Shulman

Scandal, adultery, secret marriages, celebrity, divorce, custody battles, suicide attempts, and alcoholism—the trials and tribulations of the Costellos were as riveting as any Hollywood feature film.

Hollywood at the Races: Film's Love Affair with the Turf

by Alan Shuback

Horse racing was so popular and influential between 1930 and 1960 that nearly 150 racing themed films were released, including A Day at the Races, Thoroughbreds Don’t Cry, and National Velvet.

The eQuality Toolkit: Practical Skills for LGBTQ and DSD-Affected Patient Care

by Laura Weingartner, Emily Noonan, Amy Holthouser, Jennifer Potter, Stacie Steinbock, Suzanne Kingery, and Susan Sawning

Every individual is entitled to quality health care, but medical professionals are not always equipped with the training and knowledge to provide the necessary care to patients—especially when it comes to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) communities and individuals with differences of sex development (DSD). For this reason, the University of Louisville School of Medicine established eQuality (, an inclusive LGBTQ/DSD-affected health training program that was integrated across the medical student curriculum.