Episode 12 of the Yale Press Podcast is now available. Download Episode 12 In Episode 12, Chris Gondek speaks with (1) Victoria Clark about Zionism and the American evangelical communtity and (2) Daniel J Solove about the permanent and global nature of the Internet is affecting people’s reputations. Download it
In the wake of recent news stories about internet privacy and cyber-vigilantes, Daniel Solove, author of The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet, has continued to share his expertise in a variety of articles and forums. Here is a brief list of some sites where Solove
Writing for The New Republic, Jed Perl lists “half a dozen remarkable books about the visual arts published during the year.” Two of his six favorites were published by Yale University Press this past year: Second Diasporist Manifesto: A New Kind of Long Poem in 615 Free Verses by R.
“Do you understand the reality of entrepreneurship or do you believe the myths?” That question has piqued the interest of many news aggregates and bloggers, who took this quiz to find out where they stand. The quiz was designed by author Scott A. Shane, whose new book, The Illusions of
Digital Content Management: Yale University Press Selects Ingram’s CoreSource To Manage, Sell, And Market Its Digital Content
Yale University Press has selected Ingram Digital Group to assist in the development and deployment of Yale University Press’s digital publishing strategy to make the Press’s titles more widely available. Under the agreement, Yale University Press will use CoreSource – Ingram’s suite of asset management and search-and-discover services – to
BandofThebes.com has put up this excellent picture of Yale Press author Janet Malcolm at a reading for her book Two Lives in Chelsea on Wednesday night. Stephen Bottum, the blogger behind BandofThebes.com, likes Two Lives for the “many fascinating revelations in the slim book, which manages to say something new