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December Theme: Holiday Gift Giving

It’s that time of year, and we are definitely in the holiday giving spirit here at Yale University Press! All month long, we’ll be bringing you gift book ideas and wish lists from our Spring and Fall 2011 seasons. From Nigel Warburton’s A Little History of Philosophy to the new

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Notes from the Field: ACE Awards 2011

On the evening of November 16th, the Directors and Trustees of Art and Christianity Inquiry held the ACE Awards at the Bishopsgate Institute in London. One of the three awards presented was the ACE/Mercers’ International Book Award, with the goal of selecting “the book that makes an outstanding contribution to

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November Theme: American History

For a month that annually celebrates the Thanksgiving holiday, the heritage of Native Americans, election season, and towards the end, a shopping frenzy that fuels the cycles of capitalism and consumerism, November brings with it many opportunities to reflect on the current state of American culture and the history that

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October Theme: Religion

Yale University Press is known for its extensive publications on Religious Studies. On one side of our list, there is the prestigious Anchor Yale Bible Series, but every season, there is a wealth of new titles that engage our spiritual and existential minds: whether dealing directly with divinity and scripture,

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September Theme: Education

Our September celebration of education isn’t only because the kiddies are going back to school. As a scholarly publisher, our mission is to publish serious works that educate both within and outside the classroom. From museum programs and school reform to learning about animals and the place of rap in

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August Theme: Modern and Contemporary Art

With the end of summer in sight, it’s time to get out and explore the world of visual expression. For August, our theme is Modern and Contemporary Art, featuring catalogs from museum exhibitions around the world, groundbreaking studies on architecture and design, and new books on collecting, fashion, painting, photography,

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Little Bauhaus Cabin in the Woods

If you drive down a certain series of winding roads in Bethany, CT, you will come upon a classic mailbox stamped with very Bauhausian numerals, marking the entrance to 88 Beacon Road, the home of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. Housed in a quietly beautiful building designed by architect

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A New Home for the Yale Press Log

Welcome to the new home of the Yale Press Log on Wordpress.com! In July, the theme is Global and International Studies, and after the first half of 2011, there is plenty to recount. New books on Afghanistan, Yemen, Egypt, and southern Africa, by Tim Bird & Alex Marshall, Victoria Clark, Tarek Osman, and Stephen Chan are at the center of our political discussions, and Leila Ahmed’s new history, A Quiet Revolution: The Veil’s Resurgence, from the Middle East to America surrounds current controversies on Islamic women’s dress.

Yale University Press and The New Republic Launch New Publishing Imprint

Yale University Press is pleased to announce the launch of a new publishing initiative with The New Republic magazine — Yale/TNR books.   This exclusive partnership aims to produce books and pamphlets that present a range of perspectives on American and International politics as well as the world of arts, letters,

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