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Harvard University Press @Harvard_Press Cambridge, MA & London, UK

Publishing nonfiction in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences since 1913. Follow our international office at @HarvardUPLondon.

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“The Wolf at the Door” proposes realistic policy solutions and strategies to make individuals and communities more… https://t.co/RHVExregja
9/28
2020
My new book, @TomoTheWorld, reveals how American leaders suddenly and unexpectedly decided to turn the United State… https://t.co/Nji7Gu7VJR
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9/27
2020
I...worked on my book for five years and ....he...just tweeted it out https://t.co/aTBEMFAUhO
Retweeted by Harvard University Press“Now, in addition to his poetic oeuvre, here are all the letters by Berryman you’ll ever want to read.” Edited by… https://t.co/5wpLSyaZ8v
9/26
2020
Tonight👇 Event link here: https://t.co/WNIWMompgP https://t.co/smUBebqgWeIt’s not so much the size but the purpose and morality of the administrative state that @CassSunstein and… https://t.co/lRji579ONEAppreciated the tough questions and the opportunity to talk about the less obvious topics in the book, including mu… https://t.co/y8EEtQLnwR
Retweeted by Harvard University PressThe intense pressure on scientists today—to ‘publish or perish’—is corrupting the culture of science and positively… https://t.co/FNv9wmJsdPSianne Ngai's THEORY OF THE GIMMICK (@Harvard_Press) "triggers the small but irritating feeling that all the hype a… https://t.co/mKC6JIgG51
Retweeted by Harvard University PressIncredible to see a featured review of Marking Time by Holland Cotter on the front page of NYT Arts section. Congra… https://t.co/0jTXXmHpI9
Retweeted by Harvard University PressIn today's episode: @aaronfreiwald & Prof. Michael Graetz, of @ColumbiaLaw, discuss economic insecurity, #politicshttps://t.co/t5M8zqHKP9
Retweeted by Harvard University PressCongratulations to Beatrice Gruendler, translator of The Life and Times of Abu Tammam, on the publication of The Ri… https://t.co/YmE73yIQXp
Retweeted by Harvard University PressExhilarating and timely, Zipp’s book has appeared amid a global pandemic that has both highlighted the need to tran… https://t.co/aUWhefW9s5Terrific recent book by my colleague @opatters1 via @Harvard_Press: The Confounding Island: Jamaica and the Postco… https://t.co/d3DNeoC8Gn
Retweeted by Harvard University PressJoin Tony Earls and Maya Carlson at @HarvardBooks on Monday, September 28 at 7pm ET. They'll be in conversation wit… https://t.co/9MSeAbJKXR“Across his career, Shakespeare was meditating upon this particular form: sometimes mocking it, sometimes praising… https://t.co/eDPi6lROCw
Retweeted by Harvard University Press“Moments of national mourning are both collectively healing, but they can also be a time of reckoning. Reckoning is… https://t.co/x77xxtQx72
9/25
2020
Colleges should not be spending big money on testing athletes if they’re not investing equal resources to help stud… https://t.co/3Oxwcn6afAPart of what we're striving for here at The Wire is to offer a deeper understanding of China, one week at a time, o… https://t.co/a6sNKzoAZc
Retweeted by Harvard University PressWhile the two @Harvard Law professors, @CassSunstein and @Vermeullarmine, surely disagree on many things, they both… https://t.co/AUGWlCQ91n"As I read To Live and Defy in LA, I was struck not only by hip-hop’s chaotic emergence but also by how little had… https://t.co/fYYEJkOJ7X“The political history of the cigarette,” Milov argues, “highlights the connections between the politics of the bod… https://t.co/LLZYvpb1xdThe American people are weary of military intervention abroad, they want their leaders to start fighting for them,… https://t.co/ggIuoPZDXO“Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration,” at MoMA PS1, shows how art provides the imprisoned with a hum… https://t.co/P1lLag3IIy
Retweeted by Harvard University PressOccasionally you do an interview with a source who gives you literal chills and I had it when history professor Mic… https://t.co/uwuW9N5REN
Retweeted by Harvard University PressOur next free Tuesday evening webinar is an evening with Ann Sophie Barwich talking about her book Smellosophy. Tue… https://t.co/K8y5e33F4Y
Retweeted by Harvard University PressOn @NewBooksNetwork, James Nolan discusses his new book, Atomic Doctors: Conscience and Complicity at the Dawn of t… https://t.co/56hNDjI9c4Oh the sweet relief and wonder of seeing you as a thing in the world! You are beautiful (thank you ⁦@_sen_sharmila⁩… https://t.co/yjqNqCdKmr
Retweeted by Harvard University PressMy students in power systems analysis course (EE215) are reading @PeterFoxPenner 's Power After Carbon book. Their… https://t.co/YxK4mV5tDJ
Retweeted by Harvard University PressDaily reports come out on Russian interference. It's not the first time a foreign actor has undermined foriegn poli… https://t.co/6Sn1mBQFNi
Retweeted by Harvard University PressBOOK OF THE MONTH: Our book theme for Oct is BLACK ECONOMICS and we are excited to dig into the economic and financ… https://t.co/VLtGVw8NkE
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9/24
2020
In this week's podcast Rana Mitter speaks to @gideonrachman about 'China's Good War' and how World War II is shapin… https://t.co/SPE9pPT0Fa
Retweeted by Harvard University PressNew #HeredityPodcast: The Nature of fear with Prof. Dan Blumstein Join us as we talk to Dan about his new popular… https://t.co/WjfTMGqvnv
Retweeted by Harvard University PressOn this episode of the podcast @de_dijn sits down w/@giannako to discuss FREEDOM: An Unruly History (@Harvard_Press… https://t.co/Slk6Miab5g
Retweeted by Harvard University PressThis year, for the first time ever, the presidential nominees of both major parties are promising to end the "endle… https://t.co/s0O94vDRfa
Retweeted by Harvard University PressToday at 6:00 pm est Citizen @Verizon Assembly: Education is not up for debate The Privileged Poor's @tony_jack w… https://t.co/TJQtukPNOIThe idea of lives unled is stitched into works of art across genres & across centuries, making clear that the stori… https://t.co/bd71VUhrJAIn his exhilarating and timely new book, The Idealist, Sandy Zipp tells a story of media, technology, and a critiqu… https://t.co/JuNBGS3PQeToday at 6:30 pm EST 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾@SpelmanCollege @AUCConsortium @MoMAPS1 @Harvard_Press @MarkingTime6 #markingtimeps1https://t.co/LL6tMegPrE
Retweeted by Harvard University PressShortlisted for the Cundill History Prize 2020: Tacky’s Revolt: the Story of an Atlantic Slave War by Vincent Brown… https://t.co/RZLc8vECfP
Retweeted by Harvard University Press. @AlexKeyssar’s remarkable new book conclusively demonstrates the absurdity of preserving an institution that has… https://t.co/DRYEGckVlA
9/23
2020
Happening...now! 👇 https://t.co/igUTFdPvY5Congratulations to Dr Philip Coleman on the publication of The Selected Letters of John Berryman, co-edited with… https://t.co/jdkXRPmrEy
Retweeted by Harvard University PressRegistration is now open for @AmherstCollege Professor @SandersonSpeaks Cary Lecture Series virtual event 'Merely B… https://t.co/1rUFwyR3hjStarting in the late 18th century, antislavery activists in the Atlantic world urged consumers to refuse to buy pro… https://t.co/YZfR9js0AvWe’re pleased to announce that our author Vincent Brown has been shortlisted for the 2020 @CundillPrize for Tacky's… https://t.co/zsbcJ8TKtQJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's greatest contributions to environmental law were rooted not in her ideology, but in h… https://t.co/ihKJv056eo
Retweeted by Harvard University PressYes, airborne transmission is happening. The CDC needs to set the record straight. Healthy Buildings coauthor… https://t.co/Mv0VCoIV14Open by @KClausing is the book we need to help us navigate the debates currently convulsing national and internatio… https://t.co/kLlYF1YbehThanks to writer Cassidy George for this beautiful review in ⁦@TheCut⁩ “MoMA PS1 Reopens With ‘Art in the Age of Ma… https://t.co/jXLcdPKyCd
Retweeted by Harvard University PressJoin us tonight to hear from @andydhorowitz ! In collaboration with @NHFPL Zoom link: https://t.co/puXYzZ5EUB https://t.co/lyIVv593UU
Retweeted by Harvard University PressToday’s Lawfare Podcast: @BenjaminWittes asks historian @Kathleen_Belew and former DHS official @NeuSummits about… https://t.co/ZkMDH8yhZV
Retweeted by Harvard University PressOrlando Patterson finds a Jamaica striving toward its and its neighbors’ historic role: to be a truly modern people… https://t.co/WiShPdqGpQOn #BookoftheDay with @NewBooksNetwork, Christopher Robertson talks about his newest book, Exposed: Why Our Health… https://t.co/KsfQhZyd6L
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9/22
2020
Messages and examples of inherent inclusivity at historically Black colleges and universities set them apart from o… https://t.co/kTQxnXVxg6I was deeply honored to speak with @NeuSummits on the Lawfare podcast--I am so grateful that Bring the War Home rea… https://t.co/FPUeaUVYee
Retweeted by Harvard University PressTomorrow at 7:30 pm est Join Alex Krieger, author of City on a Hill, for a discussion: "The American City Prior… https://t.co/EWi7UHxrFqAndrew H. Miller's ON NOT BEING SOMEONE ELSE (@Harvard_Press) considers how contemplating other possibilities for o… https://t.co/0f88d9FNk6
Retweeted by Harvard University PressWhat are the best books about the African-American Civil War experience? We asked historian Holly A. Pinheiro Jr. f… https://t.co/LHbSrrtL2q
Retweeted by Harvard University PressTonight at 7pm ET, @NicoleFleetwoo2 discusses Marking Time with @elizabhinton. Register here:… https://t.co/CtNFMxubvqEd-Tech Mania Is Back. Utopia-minded tech gurus promise they’ll solve all of academe’s problems. They won’t, accord… https://t.co/sHoKOaQIg6
9/21
2020
Zoom vanity has a long history. The pandemic video-conferencing boom is causing some to go to extreme lengths to… https://t.co/UMWXsha4KTPut *Katrina: A History, 1915–2015* on your syllabus next semester and I’ll happily Zoom in for the discussion. https://t.co/Gfl34DXrUB
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9/20
2020
@NicoleFleetwoo2 @SchomburgCenter 🤩We're thrilled to partner again with @PHYale for a new round of "Democracy in America" speakers! The series begins… https://t.co/EGqm9gsNpP
Retweeted by Harvard University PressBeen waiting for months to finally get to talk to the phenomenal @NicoleFleetwoo2 about Marking Time: Art in the Ag… https://t.co/ZfcCRaYJb2
Retweeted by Harvard University PressTop economists @JosephEStiglitz and @PikettyLeMonde address converging crises on inequality. The pandemic, the pres… https://t.co/FL176hltjnNew Book Review: Theory of the Gimmick: Aesthetic Judgment and Capitalist Form by Sianne Ngai @Harvard_Presshttps://t.co/Wg1SAenpUC
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9/19
2020
Delighted to receive this important (and beautiful) book in the mail today. It’s always a wise financial decision t… https://t.co/FtKImzwz1B
Retweeted by Harvard University PressSianne Ngai’s Theory of the Gimmick is an incredible resource for understanding the relationship between aesthetics… https://t.co/R1fJCTLQnVJoin us next Tuesday for a conversation with @andydhorowitz ! More info on our website and FB page https://t.co/kFMPKmY3gE
Retweeted by Harvard University PressThe video of our discussion is up, with cameos from @ltgrusselhonore, @MitchLandrieu, @RobertaGratz, and others:… https://t.co/M64NvevLUv
Retweeted by Harvard University PressCongratulations to @cartersnead of @NDLaw and @ND_EthicsCenter on the publication of his outstanding, critically im… https://t.co/48Mu4sl7YU
Retweeted by Harvard University Press"It is obvious that the bright points of learning tech are substantially offset by the loss of schools as places fo… https://t.co/bOJVE3Mx8yA close look at India’s underground economies and the mix, among its youth, of cynicism and nationalism, humor and… https://t.co/g9eH1NlOLqThank you so much to @NYUHistory for announcing the publication of Threat of Dissent in the dept. weekly calendar n… https://t.co/nSaHVKumde
Retweeted by Harvard University Press @UCL_IAS Virtual Double Book Launch - Algorithmic Governance in the Anthropocene 20 Oct 2020, 4-5:30pm Laws of rob… https://t.co/SkSPHyvolr
Retweeted by Harvard University PressStriking image from our artist Tameca Cole "Dark Chaos: The Aftermath" which is featured in @NicoleFleetwoo2 incred… https://t.co/qKtnmTWn3L
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9/18
2020
#ConstitutionDay seems like a good day to sign up for The Cabinet and Presidential Leadership with Lindsay M. Cherv… https://t.co/xG3GWNAv3r
Retweeted by Harvard University PressToday, senators Bernie Sanders and Kirsten Gillibrand introduced the Postal Banking Act to guarantee basic banking… https://t.co/bFxJu5UzG9Join us for our next "Books, Banking, & Fintech" virtual event on 10/1. @MehrsaBaradaran will outline the key fin… https://t.co/7N0dztRCJ1
Retweeted by Harvard University PressHistorian @sarah_kovner talks to @BBC History Extra about her new book, Prisoners of the Empire, which challenges l… https://t.co/QgWS4vIeVwAfter reading @Tony_jack‘s book “The Privileged Poor”, Entomology grad students discussed the value in recognizing… https://t.co/E3hVZieV0b
Retweeted by Harvard University PressChina’s Good War: Rana Mitter explores how national – and nationalist – narratives shape history https://t.co/sHPXWDHycy
Retweeted by Harvard University PressThere’s still a taboo on discussing salaries. When our employers force us to keep our salaries secret, they make… https://t.co/OirAqsY69DMy upcoming book talk for @UNSW: 11AM Sydney time on Oct. 20 (9PM east coast time in the US on Oct. 19).… https://t.co/uCl1oAiocE
Retweeted by Harvard University PressLiked the film? Why not read the book! RT for a chance to 💥WIN💥 both Thomas Piketty’s bestselling books, Capital… https://t.co/XT2ytncUbd
Retweeted by Harvard University PressDaniel Schwartz joins @JewishHistoryFM to discuss Ghetto: The History of a Word & about why historical terms and wo… https://t.co/qjU0tteBKZ
9/17
2020
Wondering if you should read @FrankPasquale's new book on the value of human labor in the age of AI and robotics?… https://t.co/PZ2YH9YtJr
Retweeted by Harvard University PressSo delighted to join @shalbharg & her immigration law class to discuss Kleindienst v. Mandel (1972) & Trump v. Hawa… https://t.co/I6Bvm63UN3
Retweeted by Harvard University PressOpening Thursday, #MarkingTimePS1 features art made by people in prisons and work by nonincarcerated artists concer… https://t.co/AFr43NJMKJ
Retweeted by Harvard University Press"A thoroughly researched and heartbreakingly personal look at prison art, the broader visual culture of incarcerati… https://t.co/LJtIScwhMi
Retweeted by Harvard University PressThanks to ⁦@dlaebe⁩ for this nuanced preview of Marking Time, opening on 9/17 at ⁦@MoMAPS1⁩ @harvard_presshttps://t.co/zVQ9jVdquK
Retweeted by Harvard University Press @NicoleFleetwoo2 @MoMAPS1 💯💯💯💯💯💯🎉“an excellent book for anyone with an interest in #Dante, the arc of Italian history, or merely an historical adven… https://t.co/g3jnS2jK3q
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9/16
2020
The system is so buggy that, between 1800 and 2016, Congress introduced more than eight hundred constitutional amen… https://t.co/XXYFcG0InN"Fox-Penner has written a magnum opus for #electricity regulators and other analysts working in this area." In Revi… https://t.co/6b5B8aVMwC
Retweeted by Harvard University PressThursday at 7:00 pm est @donovanbmoore will discuss What Stars Are Made Of: The Life of Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin… https://t.co/eJKOOBDVYBEnjoyed discussing the rise in the white power movement this afternoon with the ever insightful @kathleen_belew. I… https://t.co/KpZ4JxgiG8
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9/15
2020

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