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Books Aren’t Dead – Authentic

Submitted by on February 1, 2013 – 9:00 am One Comment

This February BAD interview was conducted by Kathleen E. McCollough (Ph.D. student at Rutgers) with Sarah Banet-Weiser (Professor in the School of Communication at USC Annenberg) on her new book, “Authentic” (NYU Press, 2012).

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