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The latest SUNY Press blog post comes from Mary Chang, author of Teaching, Tenure, and Collegiality, and explores proces...
01/25/2023
Beyond Measurement

The latest SUNY Press blog post comes from Mary Chang, author of Teaching, Tenure, and Collegiality, and explores process-oriented approaches to higher education. Mary's book, which questions universities’ increasing reliance on market-oriented metrics to determine their strategic directions and gauge faculty productivity, will be out in paperback next month.

Beyond Measurement By Guest Contributor Date: January 24, 2023 Tags: SUNY Press Authors Share this: Guest Post by Mary Chang (SUNY Press Author) What made those good teachers in your life stand out? It may be hard to put into words, but you know quality teaching when you experience it. At the unive...

Now available in paperback, LICHEN TUFTS, FROM THE ALLEGHANIES weaves together environmental , lyrical  writing, and soc...
01/24/2023

Now available in paperback, LICHEN TUFTS, FROM THE ALLEGHANIES weaves together environmental , lyrical writing, and social consciousness, and is an important and prescient early example of US environmental writing. https://bit.ly/3J9ihrN

"A brief review cannot do justice to the nuanced arguments presented by Bernard-Donals. He blends archival research with...
01/22/2023

"A brief review cannot do justice to the nuanced arguments presented by Bernard-Donals. He blends archival research with theory about representation and rhetoric to provide an insightful study of the design of the USHMM, an excellent look 'behind the scenes.' [Figures of Memory] is a must-read for those who hope to understand key problems planners faced, major decisions they reached, and the effectiveness of the Museum in achieving its goals." — Holocaust and Genocide Studies

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Available in paper in February, BITTER HARVEST provides a critical conversation about the complexity of the human relati...
01/20/2023

Available in paper in February, BITTER HARVEST provides a critical conversation about the complexity of the human relationship to Earth and the challenge of altering the economic trajectory that began with agriculture and has now reached its apogee in global capitalism. https://bit.ly/3GV6Cua

Ronald K. Fried, author of the novel Frank Costello, did a wonderful, lengthy interview with Casey McBridge, the man beh...
01/17/2023
RONALD K FRIED PT2

Ronald K. Fried, author of the novel Frank Costello, did a wonderful, lengthy interview with Casey McBridge, the man behind Uncle Frank's Place, a page devoted to Frank Costello. Here's part two of their discussion!

Our conversation with Ronald K. Fried about his novel, Frank Costello, continues.

Ronald K. Fried, author of the novel Frank Costello, did a wonderful, lengthy interview with Casey McBridge, the man beh...
01/17/2023
Our talk with Ronald K Fried PT1

Ronald K. Fried, author of the novel Frank Costello, did a wonderful, lengthy interview with Casey McBridge, the man behind Uncle Frank's Place, a page devoted to Frank Costello. Here's part one of their discussion!

Ronald K Fried, talks to Frank's Place about his excellent novel, Frank Costello.

Alan Singer on teaching history behind "emancipation" with the primary sources, for History News Network. Singer is a hi...
01/17/2023
Teach the History Behind "Emancipation" with the Primary Sources | History News Network

Alan Singer on teaching history behind "emancipation" with the primary sources, for History News Network. Singer is a historian and professor in the Hofstra University Department of Teaching, Learning and Technology. He is the author of New York’s Grand Emancipation Jubilee: Essays on Slavery, Resistance, Abolition, Teaching, and Historical Memory (SUNY Press, 2018).

Alan Singer is a historian and professor in the Hofstra University Department of Teaching, Learning and Technology. He is the author of New York’s Grand Emancipation Jubilee: Essays on Slavery, Resistance, Abolition, Teaching, and Historical Memory (SUNY Press, 2018). 

Check out Baseball Roundtable's review of Bronx Epitaph, which includes a follow-up interview with author Steven K. Wagn...
01/17/2023
Baseball Roundtable Book Review ... Bronx Epitaph – How Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” Speech Defined the Yankee Legend - Baseball Roundtable

Check out Baseball Roundtable's review of Bronx Epitaph, which includes a follow-up interview with author Steven K. Wagner about the book, Lou Gehrig, and baseball.

Bronx Epitaph – How Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” Speech Defined the Yankee Legend By Steven K. Wagner State University of New York Press (2023) $27.95       Whether you are a fan of Lou Gehrig, a follower of the Yankees or just would like to know the back story behind one of baseball’s m...

SIGNS OF DISTINCTION by Chuck D'Imperio was recently reviewed by Life in the Finger Lakes! “This compact guide is filled...
01/16/2023
Keep Your Dreams Alive

SIGNS OF DISTINCTION by Chuck D'Imperio was recently reviewed by Life in the Finger Lakes! “This compact guide is filled with discoveries about New York’s local notables, history and activities.”

10/26/2022 by Laurel C. Wemett Common themes running through many of these books are the dreams, passions and achievements that individuals have pursued, as well as losses and disappointments they experienced. From the Finger Lakes:

"…if you are very immersed in debates about  you will probably want to buy this well-written and structured book. It is ...
01/15/2023

"…if you are very immersed in debates about you will probably want to buy this well-written and structured book. It is particularly good on the specificities of Glissant's work, especially his later writing … I found Wiedorn's book an attentive and useful read, reflecting how Glissant's contribution continues to be interpreted in new and interesting ways. " — Jonathan Pugh, Island Studies Journal

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Delve into the meaning of stories, their tellers, and those who experience them!  about how stories work, how we use the...
01/13/2023

Delve into the meaning of stories, their tellers, and those who experience them! about how stories work, how we use them, how they move about, how they change, and how they change us. THE STORY IS TRUE, SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND EXPANDED, by Bruce Jackson, will be available in paperback in April. https://bit.ly/3IIVe7d

Check out our Spring 2023 catalog for exciting new titles in music, , Women and Gender Studies, Literature, Political Sc...
01/12/2023

Check out our Spring 2023 catalog for exciting new titles in music, , Women and Gender Studies, Literature, Political Science, History, Film Studies, and more! https://bit.ly/3GZEuae

SUNY Press is thrilled to announce that Marlene McHugh Pratt joined us at the beginning of the month as our new director...
01/11/2023

SUNY Press is thrilled to announce that Marlene McHugh Pratt joined us at the beginning of the month as our new director. Marlene has a BA in Political Science from Boston University and has worked in educational publishing for the past thirty years. Her background is in sales, editorial, and management, with a long-time focus in the healthcare professions. Working in organizations undergoing and responding to significant changes in publishing and education, she has transformed products, programs, and people. She is committed to mission-and purpose-driven efforts that help people lead better lives through learning. Marlene is looking forward to advancing SUNY’s research, scholarship, and service through SUNY Press.

Please join all of us at SUNY Press in welcoming Marlene!

 on the HISTORY OF WYOMING COUNTY, N. Y! Now available in paperback the book delves into the history of sixteen towns an...
01/10/2023

on the HISTORY OF WYOMING COUNTY, N. Y! Now available in paperback the book delves into the history of sixteen towns and their prominent residents and records residents’ Civil War service.

Officially named a county in 1841 it is the home of several New York landmarks, including Letchworth State Park, Middlebury Academy, and Attica Prison.

Notable Wyoming County residents have included Josiah Andrews (an abolitionist newspaper owner), Mary Jemison (the "White Woman of the Genesee" who lived among the Seneca), Barber Conable (former President of the World Bank Group and US Congressman from New York), Chester A. Arthur (the twenty-first President of the United States), Ella Hawley Crossett (former President of the New York State Woman Suffrage Association), Lemuel M. Wiles (American landscape painter), and Charlotte Smallwood-Cook (the first woman elected district attorney in New York State).

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For our latest blog post, Henrique Schneider discusses realism and idealism in China. Schneider is the coeditor of Reali...
01/10/2023
Realism, Idealism, and China

For our latest blog post, Henrique Schneider discusses realism and idealism in China. Schneider is the coeditor of Realism, Idealism, and China (2022).

Realism, Idealism, and China By Guest Contributor Date: January 10, 2023 Tags: SUNY Press Editors Share this: Guest Post by Henrique Schneider (SUNY Press Editor) In Chinese philosophy, realism is best understood in contrast to idealism. Realist approaches rely on situations as they present themse...

"The author has spent much time researching the use of child soldiers in various conflicts and the data used will be of ...
01/08/2023

"The author has spent much time researching the use of child soldiers in various conflicts and the data used will be of special interest to those who[se] work lies in a wider geo‐political awareness than that referring just to Africa … His extensive bibliography will be invaluable to others who become interested in just how, why, where, etc. the innocence of the young was transformed into a calculated and hideous killer. " — Journal of Sierra Leone Studies

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 how feminist British Romanticism writers like Mary Wollstonecraft, Anna Barbauld, and Mary Shelley developed alternativ...
01/08/2023

how feminist British Romanticism writers like Mary Wollstonecraft, Anna Barbauld, and Mary Shelley developed alternatives to linear time at booth 111! https://bit.ly/3IzFgMq

Explore contemporary Italian filmmakers' fascination with  and the Chinese in both documentary and fictional films at  b...
01/07/2023

Explore contemporary Italian filmmakers' fascination with and the Chinese in both documentary and fictional films at booth 111. Pre-order the pb (due 3/23) & save 30% with code ZMLA23 https://bit.ly/3Xb4jth

Examine the filmic representation of Whiteness as Indigeneity and its role in mediating racial politics in Mexico at  bo...
01/07/2023

Examine the filmic representation of Whiteness as Indigeneity and its role in mediating racial politics in Mexico at booth 111. https://bit.ly/3vKMPs7

  on the relationship between ontology and ethics through insightful readings of texts by Immanuel Kant, Hannah Arendt, ...
01/07/2023

on the relationship between ontology and ethics through insightful readings of texts by Immanuel Kant, Hannah Arendt, and Jacques Derrida and save 30% with code ZAPE23 through 2/7/23 https://bit.ly/3ihcshc

Does  conflict with liberalism? CONFUCIAN LIBERALISM sheds new light on this long-standing debate entwined with the disc...
01/07/2023

Does conflict with liberalism? CONFUCIAN LIBERALISM sheds new light on this long-standing debate entwined with the discourse of Chinese modernity. at our table in the exhibit hall. https://bit.ly/3IxA5wI

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01/07/2023

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Follow Valerie Lee's forty-year career in academia in SISTERLOCKING DISCOARSE and  on issues of race, gender, social jus...
01/07/2023

Follow Valerie Lee's forty-year career in academia in SISTERLOCKING DISCOARSE and on issues of race, gender, social justice, academic labor, and leadership in the 21st century academy at booth 111. https://bit.ly/3Cqq4x9

 on the intersections between  and journalism in the United States during the period between the Civil War and World War...
01/07/2023

on the intersections between and journalism in the United States during the period between the Civil War and World War I at booth 111! https://bit.ly/3VUsuex

Explore the close relationship between  and urbanism in one of Europe's most notable global cities, , at  booth 111!  an...
01/07/2023

Explore the close relationship between and urbanism in one of Europe's most notable global cities, , at booth 111! and save 30% with code ZMLA23 https://bit.ly/3VTrG9Q

Explore how the moving image reinforces or contests the division between human & nonhuman, & troubles the settler episte...
01/06/2023

Explore how the moving image reinforces or contests the division between human & nonhuman, & troubles the settler epistemic partition of culture & nature that is at the core of the at booth 111. https://bit.ly/3jYcCKP

 learn more about the deep history of how poetic language can help us move beyond binary gender and its limiting intelle...
01/06/2023

learn more about the deep history of how poetic language can help us move beyond binary gender and its limiting intellectual and affective ideologies at booth # 111 or https://bit.ly/3vLWxdC

  how literary representations of su***de have reinforced antiblackness in the modern world at booth # 111 and save 30% ...
01/06/2023

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  on the relevance of Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s philosophy for understanding art and aesthetic experience at the SUNY Pres...
01/06/2023

on the relevance of Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s philosophy for understanding art and aesthetic experience at the SUNY Press table in the exhibit hall. https://bit.ly/3X7FkYt

  on Muslim women's creative strategies of deploying religious concepts such as , or community, to solve problems of dom...
01/06/2023

on Muslim women's creative strategies of deploying religious concepts such as , or community, to solve problems of domestic & communal violence, polygamous abuse, sterility, & heteronormativity at booth # 111 https://bit.ly/3VQzol1

 examine Chinese perspectives on bodily self-cultivation and explore how these can be resources for working past the rit...
01/06/2023

examine Chinese perspectives on bodily self-cultivation and explore how these can be resources for working past the ritual scripts of everyday life at the SUNY Press table in the exhibit hall and save 30% with code ZAPE23 through 2/7/23. https://bit.ly/3vOkOzG

 interested in ? NEW PERSPECTIVES IN MODERN KOREAN BUDDHISM offers alternative approaches to the study of colonial and p...
01/06/2023

interested in ? NEW PERSPECTIVES IN MODERN KOREAN BUDDHISM offers alternative approaches to the study of colonial and postcolonial Korean Buddhism, suggesting new directions for scholarship. at the SUNY Press table in the exhibit hall. https://bit.ly/3URZxQC

Dewar MacLeod's Tommy, Trauma, and Postwar Youth offers the definitive cultural history of one of rock’s greatest master...
01/04/2023
Tommy, Trauma, and Postwar Youth Culture

Dewar MacLeod's Tommy, Trauma, and Postwar Youth offers the definitive cultural history of one of rock’s greatest masterpieces, told through the eyes of its creator, The Who's Pete Towshend.

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Tommy, Trauma, and Postwar Youth Culture traces the development of one of rock music's central masterpieces and its relation to the social-cultural history of the era. Composer and guitarist Pete Townshend ...

Steven DeLay's edited volume Life Above the Clouds: Philosophy in the Films of Terrence Malick makes an appearance in Cr...
01/04/2023
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Steven DeLay's edited volume Life Above the Clouds: Philosophy in the Films of Terrence Malick makes an appearance in Criterion's film books recommendations! The book is out in February, but you can preorder it right now at the link below in the comments.

Featured in this month’s roundup: Maya Deren, Joyce Chopra, Michael Almereyda, Nabokov, Pasolini, and Miyazaki.

  BRONX EPITAPH, the first comprehensive look at the slugger's epic speech, is the story of 's finest hour, a homily of ...
01/03/2023

BRONX EPITAPH, the first comprehensive look at the slugger's epic speech, is the story of 's finest hour, a homily of so little consequence when first delivered that few newspapers published more than a sentence or two the following day. Over time, however, Gehrig's "Luckiest Man" speech has settled into a sphere so timeless and essential that it seems he delivered it only yesterday. https://bit.ly/3vwPiGB

"Mikko Tuhkanen's provocative and comprehensive study of the work of Leo Bersani deserves the status of a decisive and p...
01/01/2023

"Mikko Tuhkanen's provocative and comprehensive study of the work of Leo Bersani deserves the status of a decisive and paradigm-shifting event in the field of critical theory … Tuhkanen thinks with , alongside him, and enjoins his readers to do the same." — Lateral

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Aditi Paul reviews 'Nine Nights of the Goddess: The Navaratri Festival in South Asia ' by Caleb Simmons, Hillary Peter Rodrigues and Moumita Sen (eds) (SUNY Press)
Don't miss the book reviews on I&C's website from the upcoming issue--free to view for a limited time!

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Reviews include: Leah Henrickson on John B. Thompson's book "Book Wars" from Polity, Katharina Hering on Adam Crymble's book "Technology and the Historian" from Illinois Press, Fredrika Thelandersson on "Screen Love" by Tom Roach from SUNY Press, Christine T. Wolf on Daniel Greene's book "The Promise of Access" from MIT Press, Nabeel Siddiqui on Jacob Gaboury's book "Image Objects" from MIT Press, & Bethany Radcliff on
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You cannot comprehensively unpack the history of the Western hemisphere without talking about Haiti and its crucial role in how the colonized world was shaped, especially after their victory over the French for their independence. Is there a disconnection, however, in how Latin American Studies deals with the first Black republic in the world? In this episode of Left of Black, host Professor Mark Anthony Neal welcomes guest Dr. Vanessa K. Valdés as they discuss her latest book, Racialized Visions: Haiti and the Hispanic Caribbean, published by SUNY Press.
'A conversation with Andrea Pitts, who teaches in the Department of Philosophy at University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina, where they are also affiliated with a number of other programs including the Center for Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Studies, the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, and the Social Aspects of Health Initiative. Andrea has published widely on Latin American and Latinx philosophy, as well as decolonial and postcolonial approaches to European thinkers, with particular emphasis on such how thinkers help us reimagine approaches to gender, race, sexuality, nation, and carcerality. In this conversation, we discuss Andrea’s new book Nos/Otras: Gloria E. Anzaldúa, Multiplicitous Agency, and Resistance, which was published in late-2021 by SUNY Press. Our conversation here focuses on the key concepts and arguments in the book about the place of race/gender/nation in the work of Anzaldúa and its implications for the theory and practice of philosophy.' -- Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy
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When you look at the U.S. Virgin Islands, you may think of it as a getaway destination. However, this largely impoverished Black island U.S. territory has fallen prey to financial services companies like the Economic Development Commission (EDC) that reinforce a near-identical hierarchy to that of the colonial past where race, gender, and class effectuate familiar modes of marginalization. Dr. Tami Navarro, Assistant Professor of Pan-African Studies at Drew University, joins Left of Black host and Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal to discuss her book, Virgin Capital: Race, Gender, and Financialization in the US Virgin Islands, published by SUNY Press.
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"Al-Rawi investigates the use of new media technologies by diverse female actors and women’s organizations operating in religious, political, social, and cultural spheres."
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Las Maestras Center invites you to celebrate with us TONIGHT at 5p (PST)! Bridge Turns 40: A live streamed event on LMC's Youtube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTnFMovvGKHZMii2k7IlC1g
Honoring Bridge contributors and the launch of the 5th edition of This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color, edited by Cherríe Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa, published by SUNY Press.
Throw a Friday night party from 5p to 7:30p (PST) in your living rooms, at the community center, or with your women of color reading group.
All welcome to this inter-generational homage to sister-mother-grandmother-ancestor writers, artists and activists. Presente! Register here https://www.lasmaestrascenter.ucsb.edu/bridge-40th-rsvp
Join Las Maestras Center and SUNY Press tonight for a virtual event, celebrating the 40th anniversary of THE BRIDGE CALLED MY BACK. Las Maestras will be streaming this event on their YouTube page at 8pm EST. Originally released in 1981, This Bridge Called My Back is a testimony to women of color feminism as it emerged in the last quarter of the twentieth century. This event will honor contributors and celebrate the release of the new 5th edition. Find out more and RSVP at this link: https://www.lasmaestrascenter.ucsb.edu/bridge-info-page
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