Rev. Robert Drinan, an internationally known human rights advocate, Jesuit priest, lawyer, and former U.S. Congressman, died Sunday after a long illness. He was 86. Father Drinan, professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, authored thirteen books, including Can God and Caesar Coexist?: Balancing Religious Freedom and International Law and
Two Yale University Press publications, Why Globalization Works (by Martin Wolf) and One World: The Ethics of Globalization (by Peter Singer) were singled out in an important New York Times article on globalization and free trade today. The article, about Harvard economist Dani Rodrik and his argument that the focus
Posted by Fred R. Shapiro, editor of The Yale Book of Quotations: Among the more than 12,000 quotations in The Yale Book of Quotations, many have stories to tell transcending the quotation itself. The famous epithet for the discipline of economics, “the dismal science,” is said by some standard reference
The Press is pleased to offer free shipping on all Yale books throughout November if you order through the Yale University Press website. This offer applies to domestic (US and Canadian) orders only.
Just like the strains of “Jingle Bells” floating through the grocery stores, the annual Best Of lists have (already) begun to appear. Amazon.com is early out of the gate this year, releasing both their Editors’ Picks and their Customers’ Favorites this week. Among the Editors’ Picks for the Top 50