Sustaining diversity and independence in scholarly publishing.

“We wrote this book to open up a conversation about how colleges and universities might evolve their institutions to better align teaching practices with the emerging science of learning.”

That sentence is from our recently...

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I could not be happier with the critical reception of Our Germans: Project Paperclip and the National Security State since its release in early 2018. Reviews in the ...

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The September 2019 issue of Reviews in American History introduced readers to a new and unique feature. Although RAH is a book review...

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After walking through woods and wetlands many times one notices that certain wildflower species occur together, and with particular species of trees, shrubs, and other plant species within a region.  This unique assemblage of rather predictable...

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Writing a book that is designed to be both a textbook and a reference volume requires a strong bridge between the two objectives.  For Across This Land the bridge is...

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America’s annual celebration of Black History month honors the innumerable (and all too often, overlooked) contributions that African Americans have made to this country. It is also a time to strive for a deeper, more nuanced understanding of the...

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