Technology

Amitai Etzioni on The Huffington Post

Amitai Etzioni, author of Security First: For a Muscular, Moral Foreign Policy, was a recent guest blogger for The Huffington Post. The article, called “An Honesty Test for Politicians,” begins: In the course of this campaign season many questions have been raised about the character of the various candidates for

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Korobokin on Balkinization

Jack Balkin, the professor and author behind the popular blog Balkinization, invited Yale author Russell Korobkin to write a guest post and talk about his new book Stem Cell Century: Law and Policy for a Breakthrough Technology: A couple of weeks back, Jack invited me to guest blog about my

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News sources rely upon Solove and his “Reputation”

Daniel Solove, author of The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet, has earned a reputation for himself as an expert in the field. That’s why you can find Solove, quoted and reviewed, across the Internet. Here’s just a sample: Solove appeared on NPR’s Talk of the

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Lane op-ed in the Washington Post

Christopher Lane, author of Shyness: How Normal Behavior Became a Sickness, wrote an op-ed for the November 6 edition of the Washington Post. The piece, titled “Shy? Or Something More Serious?,” has generated strong responses online. Here is an excerpt from “Shy? Or Something More Serious?”: If anyone in my

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November is…

Aviation History Month! Check out some of the Yale University Press books that just fly off the shelves. A Passion for Wings: Aviation and the Western Imagination, 1908-1918, by Robert Wohl This elegantly written, copiously illustrated book presents the first cultural history of the pioneering phase of aviation. Robert Wohl’s

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YUP authors on the airwaves

Ben Kiernan was interviewed by Lewis Lapham, former Harper’s editor and now editor of Lapham’s Quarterly. They discussed Kiernan’s recently released Blood and Soil on Lapham’s radio program “The World in Time,” which aired this past Sunday, October 28. The interview is posted on Lewis Lapham’s website at Lapham Quarterly,

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Yale University Press Partners with NetLibrary, OCLC — Adds Digital Content

Published on BookStandard.com and InfoToday.com: Yale University Press is now adding digital content to NetLibrary (www.oclc.org), OCLC’s platform for econtent to libraries worldwide. Among notable titles in the Yale collection are Ali Allawi’s The Occupation of Iraq, E. H. Gombrich’s A Little History of the World, the Yale Series of

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Ben Kiernan at Labyrinth Books New Haven

Labyrinth Books New Haven will host Ben Kiernan on Wednesday, October 10th at 5:30pm to celebrate his recently published Blood and Soil: A World History of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to Darfur. This book party and conversation is free and open to the public. For more details and information

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China’s Military Celebrates 80th Anniversary

From the AP Wire — BEIJING: Past and present Chinese leaders appeared together on army day Wednesday, celebrating the founding of the People’s Liberation Army in a striking show of unity ahead of a key Communist Party congress later this year. Former President and party chief Jiang Zemin, seldom seen

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August is…

The first of August brings several memorable events and many new releases from Yale University Press. Did you know….August is National Immunization Awareness Month? According to the CDC, National Immunization Awareness Month was recognized to “increase awareness about immunizations across the life span, from infants to the elderly. August is

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