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Larry Gragg, Curators’ Teaching Professor of history and political science, is the author of Benjamin ‘Bugsy’ Siegel: The Gangster, the Flamingo, and the Making of Modern Las Vegas. Published in January by Praeger, the book examines Siegel’s image in popular culture and dispels myths about his contribution to the founding of Las Vegas.

Tseggai Isaac, an associate professor of history and political science, co-edited and authored chapters in a book titled African Civilization in the 20th Century. Published in January by Nova Science Publishers, the book examines African civilization, analyzes the formidable roadblocks to its modernization and provides suggestions for African rejuvenation.

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