The following is excerpted from Separation Scenes: Domestic Drama and Early Modern England by Ann C. Christensen (Nebraska 2016). The Drama of Separate Spheres, a New Critical Approach The four tragedies and the little-known hybrid play in this study could be called … Continue reading Excerpt: Separation Scenes
Tayler Lord is one of UNP’s newest staff members. She works tirelessly as a publicist, cool aunt, and dedicated Beyoncé fan. For the Press’ 75th anniversary—and out of her own curiosity—she is interviewing her more experienced co-workers to put a face on the … Continue reading Staff Stories: An Interview with Barbara Townsend
Books Loving and Leaving Washington by John Yochelson Praise from Kirkus Reviews: “A quiet but compelling case for working in policy research and advocacy.” Wild Idea by Dan O’Brien Recommendation from Western American Literature: “a sweeping narrative drama… O’Brien’s enthusiasm … Continue reading News and Reviews
Team building can often have negative connotations. How many times have you heard someone complain about trust falls? But businesses engage in team building for obvious reasons: to help teams work together and learn from the experience. If you’re intent … Continue reading Doc Martyn’s Soul: Can Marketers Reach Higher by Climbing Ropes?
An excerpt from Capitalist Family Values: Gender, Work, and Corporate Culture at Boeing by Polly Reed Myers (September 2015). The war was a turning point for the Boeing “family” in that it required the company to do more with less and to refashion … Continue reading Excerpt: Capitalist Family Values