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On this episode of the IU Press podcast, Peter Schrag discusses When Europe Was a Prison Camp. This book weaves together Peter’s and his father Otto’s memoirs about their experiences in Occupied Europe during World War II. The Schrags were... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Indiana University Press blog
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This week on the blog, we're featuring posts from some of our colleagues who attended the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) 2015 conference last month. Today's post is by Sarah Jacobi, Interim Regional Sponsoring Editor and one of this... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Indiana University Press blog
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Want a sneak peek at our winter 2015-16 books before they are published? Then head over to Goodreads to enter our advance reading copy giveaway! We are offering five copies each of: At Home with Ernie Pyle by Ernie Pyle.... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Indiana University Press blog
In Claire Arbogast’s new memoir Leave the Dogs at Home, she writes about her journey to build a better life on the debris of her old one, after her lover Jim dies. On this episode of the IU Press podcast,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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We are pleased to announce Blue Light Books, a new book series and writing contest partnership with Indiana Review! Here are the details about submissions, cross-posted from the Indiana Review's site: The Blue Light Book Prize will rotate each year... Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
Our busy conference season begins next month! Be sure to stop by our booth or talk to one of our staff members at the following meetings to learn more about what we're publishing in 2015-16: American Sociological Association Chicago, IL... Continue reading
Posted Jul 10, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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By Deborah Greniman, Managing Editor, Nashim How does one go about writing a feminist commentary on the Talmud—the literary-legal corpus, notorious for its exclusion of women, that has transfixed Jewish (and non-Jewish) scholars for millennia? Availing herself of the toolbox... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Four IUP books were named winners of Foreword Reviews’s INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards at the American Library Association Annual Conference in San Francisco last month. The books were chosen by a select group of librarians and booksellers. There... Continue reading
Posted Jul 8, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Dee Mortensen, IU Press editorial director Beginning today, Dee Mortensen will start a new phase in her 21-year career at IU Press. Mortensen will now serve as editorial director, replacing former editor-in-chief Bob Sloan, who retired last month. “Dee brings... Continue reading
Posted Jul 1, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Winesburg, Indiana A Fork River Anthology Edited by Michael Martone and Bryan Furuness "This book is funny as hell, and beneath its humor are contemporary grotesques who deepen our understanding of the human condition, making us look unflinchingly at the... Continue reading
Posted Jul 1, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Typically, summer is a time for a well-deserved break. Many people sit back and read their favorite books at a beach, a resort, or even their own backyards. If you've already read most of the books in your collection, how... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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In honor of Jurassic World opening in theaters tomorrow, we decided to watch the trailer and paid special attention to the real main characters of the movie: the dinosaurs. Here are the five thoughts we had: 1. Aren't velociraptors supposed... Continue reading
Posted Jun 11, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Learn more about our centennial edition of Shade of the Raintree in this WFIU interview with author Larry Lockridge. Last month, Ross Lockridge, Jr.’s 1948 best-selling novel Raintree County and Larry Lockridge’s award-winning biography of his father, Shade of the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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by David P. Fidler What a way to mark an anniversary. On June 5, 2015, two years has passed since Edward Snowden, a former contractor for the National Security Agency (NSA), began disclosing classified documents about NSA surveillance programs. The... Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
Our Intern Appreciation Week series concludes today with a feature on marketing intern Madison Freese. Major: Journalism Year: Senior Accomplishments: Madison was a contributor to our blog and helped write interview questions for our author podcast series. In addition to... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Our Intern Appreciation Week series continues today with a feature on marketing intern Alison Roth. Major: Communications & Culture Year: Junior Accomplishments: Alison was responsible for keeping our blog up to date and creating original content for it, including writing... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Our Intern Appreciation Week series continues today with a feature on production intern Katie Griner. Double major: English and Journalism Year: Junior Accomplishments: Katie has taken on the major task of sorting out and setting up books correctly for print... Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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In celebration of Amtrak Train Days kicking off this Saturday, we're giving away a copy of Don L. Hofsommer's new book The Iowa Route. In this book, Hofsommer uses the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway as the vehicle for... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Our Intern Appreciation Week series continues today with a feature on managing editorial intern Carly Yingst. Major: English Minor: Slavic Languages and Literatures Certificate: Liberal Arts and Management Program Year: Senior Accomplishments: Carly is finishing up a year-long internship with... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
When Edward Snowden began leaking NSA documents in June 2013, his actions sparked impassioned debates about electronic surveillance, national security, and privacy in the digital age. On this episode of the IU Press podcast, David Fidler discusses his new edited... Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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As the school year wraps up, we want to take the opportunity to celebrate all our wonderful spring semester interns with a special holiday we created for them: Intern Appreciation Week! We'll profile one of our interns on the blog... Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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The Snowden Reader Edited by David P. Fidler Foreword by Sumit Gangly "An intense examination of whistleblower Edward Snowden that successfully wades through both partisan rhetoric and ideological constraints . . . Fidler's work is significant because, while events are... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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By Katerina Martina Teaiwa In February 2012 Kate Raworth, a senior research analyst with Oxfam in Britain, proposed a conceptual framework which brought the concept of planetary boundaries proposed by Johan Rockström and his colleagues at the Stockholm Resilience Centre,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, during which an estimated 1.5 million Armenians lost their lives under the Ottoman Empire's rule. Several organizations around the world are dedicated to preserving the history and culture of the Armenian... Continue reading
Posted Apr 24, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog
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Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. To commemorate this occasion, we offer the following reading and film selections to help further your understanding of the history of the Holocaust: To the Gates of Jerusalem The Diaries and Papers of James G.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2015 at Indiana University Press blog