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University Press Roundup: European Union, Common Types of Plagiarism, Socialism, Neo-nationalism, Fragmented Society and Book Excerpts

Check out this collection of 8 of the most interesting university press blog posts for this month. We aim to keep you informed, engaged, and part of the ongoing scholarly conversations. What is the European Union? And Why Does It…

Exotic Alternative Investments: Q&A with Kevin R. Mirabile

Exotic Alternate Investments by Kevin Mirabile provides an in-depth analysis of the returns, risks, opportunities and portfolio effects for investors, advisors and academics and anyone who wants to expand their investment horizons. In this brief Q&A, Mirabile shares his thoughts on…

Julia Wedgewood, The Unexpected Victorian: Q&A with Sue Brown

Author Sue Brown talks to us about her upcoming book Julia Wedgewood, The Unexpected Victorian. Julia Wedgwood (1833-1913) was a leading Victorian female non-fiction writer who ventured fearlessly into the reserved territory of the Victorian “man of letters”, writing about…

Freedom Isn’t Free: Q&A with Markos Kounalakis

Markos Kounalakis is an award-winning author, scholar and journalist. Freedom Isn’t Free takes an analytical look at political, economic, social and moral trade-offs in a world in flux. Highly readable, the volume’s collected foreign affairs essays have a wide range…

Techniques & Aesthetics in 3D Films of 1950s and their Impact on Later Productions by David A. Cook

Although I have written about 3D films before in A History of Narrative Film (HNF, W. W. Norton, 1981; 1990; 1996; 2004; 2016) – both polarized and digital – in Chapters 12 and 21 respectively, I wanted to understand stereoscopy…

Classroom 15 by Julia Mueller and Zack Demars

Some of the most memorable educators are the ones willing to throw out the syllabus in pursuit of a higher lesson. When a fourth-grade teacher in Roseburg, Oregon, did just that during the height of the Cold War, he sent…

International Scientific Relations: Q&A with Francisco Del Canto Viterale

Francisco Del Canto Viterale’s core areas of knowledge are in global and international studies, with a specialization in science, technology, and innovation. His book International Scientific Relations offers a holistic analysis of the role and impact of science, technology, and innovation in the…

‘One Night in Birdland’ A Post (humorous) Review by Ron Westray

Wahoo ‘Round Midnight This Time the Dream’s on Me Dizzy Atmosphere Night In Tunisia Move The Street Beat Out Of Nowhere Little Willie Leaps / 52nd Street Theme Ornithology I’ll Remember April / 52nd Street ThemeFats Navarro, trumpet; Charlie Parker,…

Talk of the Town: 8 Things That Happened in The Publishing Industry in August 2021

The book publishing industry saw a rousing first half with life getting back to some state of normalcy, offices opening up and in-person events taking place. Publishers are hopeful that the increased interest in reading will carry forward through 2021…and…