By Aimie Runyan ('10 M.A.)
This historical novel, from the Colorado-based author and UNT graduate in French, depicts two German women, one Jewish, one gentile, in the heart of Berlin facing difficult choices as World War II begins.
By Richard McCaslin
The Texas State Historical Association Professor of Texas History writes about one of the "Big Four" Ranger leaders in the early twentieth century, who served under seven governors.
By Mark V. Albert, Lin Lin, J. Michael Spector and Lemoyne S. Dunn, editors
Over 60 coauthors led by a UNT team explain the explosion of AI ability to general audiences, how we can leverage AI for learning, and address the consequences as AI capabilities grow.