Book Birthdays celebrate one year of a book’s life in tweets, reviews, and more. This month we’re saying Happy First Birthday to One Size Fits None (Nebraska, 2019) by Stephanie Anderson. About the Book: “Sustainable” has long been the rallying … Continue reading Happy Book Birthday One Size Fits None!
Earth Day is the largest civic-focused day of action in the world, encouraging humans to seriously consider the impact we have on the environment and to act—or change—accordingly. We encourage you to critically engage with emerging issues in social and … Continue reading Our Sustainable Future Beyond Earth Day
Books Modern Conservative Judaism Elliot N. Dorff Cover story in the Jewish Journal: “The lesson that we learn in Dorff’s important book… is that respect, tolerance and inclusiveness are a crucial measure of what makes a movement Jewishly authentic.” Not … Continue reading News and Reviews
Books Crude Nation: How Oil Riches Ruined Venezuela Raúl Gallegos Highlighted in The Guardian: “Gallegos blends analysis with reportage, including a picaresque roadtrip with a Che Guevara lookalike—to show how Maduro inherited a mess and made it worse.” Doc, Donnie, … Continue reading News and Reviews
Stephanie Anderson is an instructor of English at Florida Atlantic University. She grew up on a ranch, has worked as a writer and photographer for the humanitarian aid organization Cross International, and served as an editor for the agricultural newspaper Tri-State … Continue reading From the Desk of Stephanie Anderson: A New Year’s Resolution Worth Keeping
Char Miller is the W. M. Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis at Pomona College and author of several books, including Not So Golden State: Sustainability vs. the California Dream. Perceiving Past and Present How do historians perceive the past? For John … Continue reading From the Desk of Char Miller: Perceiving Past and Present
The Journals: Management and Publishing Solutions department (J:MaPS) is beginning a new adventure: exploring the world of blogging! These monthly J:MaPS updates will inform you of the latest news including awards, editorial board changes, and new issue releases. This month … Continue reading News from Journals: Nebraska Extension Partnership
As the largest and most diversified press between Chicago and California, the University of Nebraska Press is best known for publishing works in Native studies, history, sports, anthropology, geography, American studies, and creative works. In celebration of the press’s seventy-fifth anniversary, the staff has selected … Continue reading 75 Significant Books, Part Eight