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Arrow Rock: Issue 5
Arrow Rock

Arrow Rock is committed to promoting and providing a mature environment for Lindenwood University students to publish quality short fiction, short nonfiction, poetry, essays, and artwork, while showcasing the integrity and individual talents of each writer or artist.

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Annual Report
Annual Report

This publication highlights Lindenwood’s top stories and developments over the past year, as well as a detailed breakdown of the university’s financial status over the year.

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Arrow Rock
Arrow Rock

Arrow Rock is committed to promoting and providing a mature environment for Lindenwood University students to publish quality short fiction, short nonfiction, poetry, essays, and artwork, while showcasing the integrity and individual talents of each writer or artist.

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The Confluence
The Confluence

A peer-reviewed regional studies journal that includes thought-provoking articles emanating from the region, including stories on history, public policy, architecture, planning, historical preservation and much more. The journal is slate to come out twice a year in the fall and spring.

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Connection
Connection

This quarterly magazine is filled with stories, pictures and other items of interest for Lindenwood’s alumni.

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Crossroads: A History of St. Charles County, Missouri Vol. 1
Crossroads: A History of St. Charles County, Missouri

St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann offers a comprehensive look at the history of St. Charles County, from the earliest settlers to the population boom of today, giving an informative look at the factors that made the county what it is today.

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Crossroads: A History of St. Charles County, Missouri Vol. 2
Crossroads: A History of St. Charles County, Missouri

St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann has written a second edition of his acclaimed 2004 history of St. Charles County, Crossroads, to commemorate the bicentennial of the county. This comprehensive volume traces the history of the county from its earliest days as Spanish territory through its maturation into a major metropolitan center to the present day. The book is captivating reading for history lovers or anyone who calls St. Charles County home.

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The Daniel Boone Home
The Daniel Boone Home

This book offers pages and pages of full-color pictures that show the beauty and the history of Lindenwood’s Historic Daniel Boone Home and Boonesfield Village.


Journal of Educational Leadership in Action
Journal of Educational Leadership in Action

An open access online peer review journal offering its readers a global platform for dialogue on research-based educational practice. ELA is published by the Department of Educational Leadership, School of Education at Lindenwood University.

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Journal of International and Global Studies
Journal of International Global Studies

The Journal of International and Global Studies is a semiannual journal that will be published in October and April each year. It will produce high-quality, original work that is based on both theory and practice. While the Journal is multidisciplinary, it will pay particular attention to the fields of anthropology, education, geography, history, international relations, international management, political science, religion, and sociology.

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Linden Bark
Linden Bark

This alumni publication is sent out to Lindenwood’s alumni exclusively by e-mail every month and includes articles about campus happenings and upcoming alumni events and opportunities.

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The Lindenwood Model:
An Antidote to What Ails Undergraduate Education
The Lindenwood Model: An Antidote to What Ails Undergraduate Education

Dr. Ed Morris, dean of the Lindenwood University School of Business and Entrepreneurship, has laid out an analysis of the problems plaguing higher education and an illustration of Lindenwood’s teaching-first approach.


The Lindenwood Review
The Lindenwood Review

The Lindenwood Review is the literary journal of Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri, produced by the university's MFA in Writing Program.

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Lindenwood University Academics
Lindenwood University Academics

In this annual publication, Lindenwood highlights the quality of its academics by presenting stories about its past and current students and its faculty. Each book focuses on a different aspect of the Lindenwood community.

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Migration, Technology, And Transculturation:
A Global Perspective
Migration, Technology, And Transculturation: A Global Perspective

Based on exhaustive reporting and academic studies from authors across the world, this book shows how the changing face of technology is shaping the lives of global migrants.

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Missouri Policy Journal
Missouri Policy Journal

The Missouri Policy Journal is focused on issues relevant to Missouri policy makers as well as the public interested with the complexities associated with policy making. The journal strives to present articles in a detached and analytical manner but written so they can be read by the educated adult reader.

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Seeking a Newer World:
The Fort Osage Journals and Letters of George Sibley
Seeking a Newer World: The Fort Osage Journals and Letters of George Sibley

Compiled by Lindenwood history professor Jeffrey Smith, the fascinating writings of George Sibley, who co-founded Lindenwood with his wife, Mary Easton Sibley, take us inside the period in which the Sibleys lived and Lindenwood was born.




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