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Only one day left to save 30% off ALL IU Press books. Don't miss the Back to School Sale! http://ht.ly/3hRu303OzF0
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'Across the Ussuri Kray' author @JonathanSlaght presenting at @MuseumRusArt in Minneapolis tomorrow. Details: http://ht.ly/tnx3303AJE1
The Museum of Russian Art is pleased to present The Arsenyev Legacy: The Russian Far East a Hundred Years Ago and Today - A Presentation by Jonathan C. Slaght, PhD - Vladimir Arsenyev, a giant among Russian explorers, is a figure poorly known in the West. He made his name a hundred years ago in the Russian Far East, where he led survey teams thousands of kilometers across mountains and swamps, and through blizzards and floods. Three of Arsenye...
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New on the IU Press blog Book Bonus: The Day Charley Patton Changed the Blues
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New on the IU Press blog Political Oppression and Retribution Rape: A Closer Look at JML 39.4
Rapists are perpetrators, never victims. It is this psycho-cultural dogma that has led scholars of William Styron’s Sophie’s Choice to conclude that the Jewish character Nathan Landau, who brutally rapes the protagonist Sophie, is more like a Nazi than a Jew, more like an anti-Semitic perpetrator than an oppressed minority. But while teaching the novel in my Holocaust course, I noticed a strange parallel that made me question this seemingly inf...
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IU Press author Lee Hamilton weighs in on anti-terrorism policy for The WorldPost
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Author Amos Yong will speak tomorrow at the Faith & Science Conference at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. His talk "Creation, Sin, and the Fall: A Pentecostal Perspective" will incorporate themes from his book, Science and the Spirit: http://ow.ly/KHvH300kpsm
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Tomorrow at BuskirkChumley, poet laureate Juan Felipe Herrera appears thanks to Chiricú Journal. Read more: http://ht.ly/NLRi304ERD2
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Rush Loving Jr. will give a presentation today on his book 'The Well-Dressed Hobo' at the Lexington Group meeting
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Rush Loving Jr. will speak on his book 'The Well-Dressed Hobo' at Pennsylvania Transportation Museum today!
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1) Read this on 'Mahler and Strauss,' new from IU Press: http://ht.ly/aiLb304vuPs
2) Sample some Mahler
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Author Amos Yong will speak today at the Faith & Science Conference at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. His talk "Creation, Sin, and the Fall: A Pentecostal Perspective" will incorporate themes from his book, Science and the Spirit: http://ow.ly/KHvH300kpsm
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Kathryn Rhine, author of Unseen Things: Women, Secrecy, and HIV in Northern Nigeria and Professor Akiko Takeyama will give a combined talk today about their new books and the field work that went into them at the University of Kansas. The event will be in the Jayhawk Ink lounge of the University of Kansas Bookstore at 4:30 p.m.
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Founded in 1950, IU Press is recognized internationally as a leading academic publisher specializing in the humanities and social sciences. The Press emphasizes scholarship but also publishes text, trade, and reference titles. We are one of the largest public university presses, as measured by titles and income level. We produce approximately 140 new books annually, in addition to 29 journals, and maintain a backlist of some 2,000 titles.
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