Books and Publishing

Books and Publishing
Aug 19, 2020
Can colleges teach students what they need to know in the 21st century? Derek Bok offers an answer.
Scott McLemee reviews Glenn A. Albrecht's Earth Emotions: New Words for a New World.
Scott McLemee shares tributes to the late Mark Saunders, director of the University of Virginia Press.
Scott McLemee reviews Tracy Daugherty's Dante and the Early Astronomer: Science, Adventure and a Victorian Woman Who Opened the Heavens.
Blaming unsustainable price increases, librarians at the university reach out to faculty members and graduate students to draw up a list of 820 journal subscriptions to cancel.
Scott McLemee offers a roundup of books from this coming autumn's university press catalogs and more.
Cost is the No. 1 reason why colleges end their “big deals” with publishers, but not everyone thinks the agreements are really that expensive.
Authors discuss their new book on "moral mess" of higher education.
A China studies scholar says a journal editor censored him by striking out a section of a book review critical of the Chinese government's policies in Xinjiang. The editor denies it was censorship.
Scott McLemee reviews Mean Girl: Ayn Rand and the Culture of Greed by Lisa Duggan.
Scott McLemee reviews Jenifer Ratner-Rosenhagen's The Ideas That Made America: A Brief History.
A project that aims to slash the cost of producing monographs could help make more of them available to the public for free. But will scholars participate?
Scott McLemee reviews Melissa Gregg's Counterproductive: Time Management in the Knowledge Economy.



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