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.@NewYorker calls Steven Nadler’s THINK LEAST OF DEATH: Spinoza on How to Live and How to Die a “vibrant study. . .… https://t.co/qVvMpo7TJxThe @PenguinUKBooks edition of Ravenna will be joined by @PrincetonUPress on 27 October https://t.co/pjFQgJyDkG
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9/28
2020
As Claudia Rankine notes on its cover, Roni Horn’s Island Zombie is “an astounding act of meditation and a guideboo… https://t.co/x6iCysvO7M
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9/27
2020
Step 1) Buy a ton of books (thanks to the generous support of so many) 2) Insert handwritten note 3) Number so stud… https://t.co/45V81vumEH
Retweeted by Princeton University Press. @JudithHerrin2’s RAVENNA: Capital of Empire, Crucible of Europe (on-sale: Oct 27) is a “lively, startling book,”… https://t.co/fObfw2AYsACongratulations to Melanie Micir as The Passion Projects: Modernist Women, Intimate Archives, Unfinished Lives has… https://t.co/VIqwUJYCwh"These are songs about putting things together, about righting oneself, about making a world out of bits of found m… https://t.co/nWaWkudEsgCongratulations to Nadia Nurhussein as Black Land: Imperial Ethiopianism and African America has been shortlisted f… https://t.co/SBFsWUaacnAre women submitting fewer book proposals during Covid? Director @christiehenry spoke with @washingtonpost book cri… https://t.co/YYhusCZ7hV‘If you thought (as I did) that, 75 years on from Hitler's death, there could surely be nothing new to learn about… https://t.co/jyb7okjnQO
Retweeted by Princeton University PressAs #climateweekNYC2020 continues, these offerings can deepen your understanding about the science, economics, polit… https://t.co/19DN6zWpZB"What sets Dylan apart is that his work registers the impact of social and political change, not only on selves and… https://t.co/CfAaPnkOaS
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9/26
2020
In an interview with @stanfordmag, @mathuclair discusses his new book PRIVILEGE AND PUNISHMENT: "One surprising fin… https://t.co/1dwAC3ihab
Retweeted by Princeton University PressChecking out the Haring online auction that starts this week with @Sothebys? You may be interested in our upcoming… https://t.co/wCqoKznVPp"Right now, there’s a culmination of mysteries in cosmology that need to be told as a coherent story"… https://t.co/zQqHSoLkWY
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Retweeted by Princeton University PressSo today a box of advance copies arrived. Thanks to @PrincetonUPress for having faith in what @KitNicholls and I ha… https://t.co/Hxzf4jYKcZ
Retweeted by Princeton University PressPolicing the Second Amendment: Guns, Law Enforcement, and the Politics of Race by .@jdawncarlson in conversation wi… https://t.co/GMmcIXbbvS
Retweeted by Princeton University PressHappy Birthday Roni Horn! Celebrate by pre-ordering a copy of her new book Island Zombie: Iceland Writings, a colle… https://t.co/wHJi8FIOI9“This valuable new book explains, so far as the surviving evidence allows, the twists and turns behind the perpetua… https://t.co/W9fLBm6C4H🚨! NEW PODCAST ! 🚨 It takes something special to claim Adam Smith, Edmund Burke and Karl Marx as members...but the… https://t.co/vj5guQUaOv
Retweeted by Princeton University PressCelebrate the release of Rain in Plural by Fiona Sze-Lorrain by joining her at a reading at Abbey Bookshop in Paris… https://t.co/Fq08daOQos‘If you thought (as I did) that, 75 years on from Hitler's death, there could surely be nothing new to learn about… https://t.co/E4F98gYNGb
9/25
2020
Tonight! FREE livestream show about bird behavior! 🐦 🐧 🕊️ 🦅 🦆⠀ Mobbing, mimicking, mating, joint nesting, tool usag… https://t.co/V9dS7fB0uQ
Retweeted by Princeton University PressNeeded some good news. And @USPS delivered a good read. Looking forward to diving into The Campus Color Line by my… https://t.co/NzI9uu7YzD
Retweeted by Princeton University PressFull details of "In Search of the Soul", a conversation between esteemed Descartes scholar John Cottingham and este… https://t.co/Jh1hZPkRgM
Retweeted by Princeton University PressPolicing the Second Amendment: Guns, Law Enforcement, and the Politics of Race by .@jdawncarlson in conversation wi… https://t.co/FD0HxCYUut
Retweeted by Princeton University Press'At the heart of this book is Newstok’s conviction that "education must be about thinking – not training a set of s… https://t.co/jtgSGjcY6I
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9/24
2020
Looking forward to this conversation about The Deportation Machine (@PrincetonUPress), and appreciate the interest… https://t.co/7KFx49x967
Retweeted by Princeton University PressWe are honored to announce that Deaths of Despair and the Future of Captialism is one of six books shortlisted for… https://t.co/fP4BUdnd4JCongratulations to @SeanBiolCarroll, whose book this film is based on, and the rest of the brilliant team behind Th… https://t.co/FXX4QpWac4Happy #pubday to THINK LEAST OF DEATH—a fascinating look at Baruch Spinoza's work by Steven Nadler. Check out our r… https://t.co/Wh18qY8lbF
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Retweeted by Princeton University PressIn focusing on the exchange between New Deal developers and Latin American businessmen, SORTING OUT THE MIXED ECONO… https://t.co/8MLk2uTn7U
Retweeted by Princeton University PressGrateful to @heymiller for this thoughtful essay drawing on my new @PrincetonUPress book “The Jefferson Bible: A Bi… https://t.co/ZWKXhaetoJ
Retweeted by Princeton University PressLISTEN: @digbakri talks about his new book Digging Up Armageddon on @LNLonRN @newsouthbooksau https://t.co/jztOIWIebOIn an event hosted by LSE on 30 September, Anne Case and Angus Deaton discuss their book Deaths of Despair. For mor… https://t.co/n4PhI4Eu2SBe sure not to miss Alyce Mahon discussing the Marquis de Sade and how art can break down barriers at… https://t.co/YQqkPakAUa
9/23
2020
An acclaimed and award winning biography that recreates the cosmopolitan world in which a wine merchant’s son becam… https://t.co/HQrOWqKuIHA bold new approach to combatting the inherent corruption of representative democracy. Happy pub day to… https://t.co/luh3nQyN0nHow did deviant female sexuality, especially the concept of the prostitute, became foundational to the way people t… https://t.co/GOtO487PoE
Retweeted by Princeton University PressWhilst we are in the midst of a technological revolution, @carlbfrey shows how history can help us more effectively… https://t.co/3YR24i3mhn"A great way to find out what computer science is really about. . . ."—Paul Curzon, Science Nine Algorithms That Ch… https://t.co/fO59XqFHfSHappy pub day to the new edition of ECONOMIC STATECRAFT, a landmark work that has fundamentally redefined how natio… https://t.co/qbhyf8h05THappy Publication Day to THINK LEAST OF DEATH by Pulitzer Prize finalist Steven Nadler. Nadler explores philosopher… https://t.co/dhXUvXDMVfInside the epic quest to find life on the water-rich moons at the outer reaches of the solar system... Alien Oceans… https://t.co/UucOHZ3A34
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Retweeted by Princeton University Press📻Acclaimed archaeologist and ancient historian Eric H Cline @digkabri will be on @LNLonRN tonight to discuss his in… https://t.co/i06SMD5KLI
Retweeted by Princeton University PressWe are delighted to learn that The World According to Physics by @jimalkhalili has been shortlisted for the Royal S… https://t.co/WSx6ZwODSDEloquent, inspiring, and filled with insight, Sick Souls, Healthy Minds may be the smartest and most important self… https://t.co/DMhpBsO08P
9/22
2020
On Oct. 14, Join Dario Robleto, artist-in-residence at the University of Houston’s Cullen College of Engineering, f… https://t.co/QxxxrVSdRnTHINK LEAST OF DEATH review: “[Steven] Nadler has once again written an indispensable book for anyone interested in… https://t.co/tAqq515WKiWonderful review of ENTITLED (@PrincetonUPress) by @rlj006 OPEN ACCESS (for 30 days) in the summer issue of… https://t.co/y912JBI6NC
Retweeted by Princeton University PressNext up! Understanding #Bird Behavior: A Guide to What #Birds Do & Why Mobbing, mimicking, courtship, nesting. Tool… https://t.co/ec1xid5nyA
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Retweeted by Princeton University PressWe’ve come a long way from the Jefferson Bible to the Trump Bible, but Americans have always remade scripture for t… https://t.co/VhOqp414AQ
Retweeted by Princeton University PressHITLER'S NORTHERN UTOPIA (@PrincetonUPress) tells the story of a broad range of completed and unrealized architectu… https://t.co/qFAKJ7a8K5
Retweeted by Princeton University PressNew from Princeton University Press: A Passion for Ignorance: What We Choose Not to Know and Why by Renata Salecl… https://t.co/KRRn5RW1sm
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Retweeted by Princeton University PressWhat does the future of #globalization look like? See @mikejakeman’s review of “Outside the Box: How Globalization… https://t.co/DtCt14JUqf
Retweeted by Princeton University PressMusic by the Numbers by Eli Maor tells a fascinating story of composers, scientists, inventors, and eccentrics who… https://t.co/UdCAD3wgP8“[Foster’s] attention to detail and that ability to give a full picture of the man parallel to charting the punctua… https://t.co/g1JdwooB0b
9/21
2020
I am so excited to be part of the event that will launch the 2020 March on Washington Film Festival tonight! Thank… https://t.co/auX8wUS3xZ
Retweeted by Princeton University Press“On Seamus Heaney . . . should find a place on bookshelves all over Ireland and beyond” – Cliona Ni Riordain,… https://t.co/H18qJVfWPkEric Weitz, author of A WORLD DIVIDED, will be speaking at @TCNJ on 9/24 at 4pm ET. To learn more and attend the ev… https://t.co/vcSj4QXIBP
9/20
2020
Thanks to the ⁦@nytimesbooks⁩ for finding ways to keep backlist books front of mind and reader : ⁦@PrincetonUPress⁩… https://t.co/ZFIFPgXJvw
Retweeted by Princeton University PressZena Hitz (author of Lost in Thought: The Hidden Pleasures of an Intellectual Life, 2020) has been named the Winner… https://t.co/7i1sVd9yhTCongratulations to PUP author @RobertjShiller as Narrative Economics: How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic… https://t.co/psUkCzd5co40% off the book! Understanding #Bird Behavior: A Guide to What Birds Do & Why (Also our next topic 9/24, 7p, with… https://t.co/golc4KYqcD
Retweeted by Princeton University PressCongratulations to Amy C. Offner, author of Sorting Out the Mixed Economy: The Rise and Fall of Welfare and Develop… https://t.co/ioxgXFS9ANFrom acclaimed writer and biologist Sean B. Carroll, a rollicking, awe-inspiring story of the surprising power of c… https://t.co/5cjKDKZ7tx
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9/19
2020
Today @americanart is reopening, including the Alexander von Humboldt and the United States: Art, Nature, and Cultu… https://t.co/eGDx3WhOKzNext Tuesday, Ken Catania will be doing an @OMSI virtual science pub about his quest to understand the mysterious b… https://t.co/eRKUED4fhTExplore the revolution in public policy and culture needed to improve working mother's daily lives with Making Moth… https://t.co/2hq9tYtraK“Superbly researched and briskly narrated.”—@JuliaPrestonNow reviews The Deportation Machine by @adamsigoodman in… https://t.co/SU4U1yY3yiWe are honored to be finalists in several categories for the 2020 Digital Book World Awards, which recognize best-i… https://t.co/D6p7JF6ulgGlobalization, while it may have made goods less expensive, it has also sent massive flows of money across borders… https://t.co/D0Sr8dWRPYThe Riddle of the Rosetta by @dianegreco and Jed Buchwald captures “[the] exhilaration and loneliness of pioneering… https://t.co/fj6TF9BFw1
9/18
2020
💾🔑💃 Continues with an episode of "cryptodancing" in my recent book, Hacking Diversity (link in bio). Feminist hacke… https://t.co/ZUXvUhrlfK
Retweeted by Princeton University PressBefore 2020 runs out, can I share that it's the 20th birthday of my first book??!! 🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂… https://t.co/71SE1lz2wg
Retweeted by Princeton University PressAfter a long delay due to CoVid-19, @americanart is reopening, and with it the Humboldt and the United States exhib… https://t.co/zikmKUpBku
Retweeted by Princeton University PressIn her epic new biography ‘Chaucer: A European Life’, Marion Turner retraces the beaten path, pouring light into cr… https://t.co/CBxsIz6cSl
Retweeted by Princeton University Presstomorrow I'm teaching (again) this exemplary book @katforrester @PrincetonUPress https://t.co/8M0YlxYBSV. After yea… https://t.co/Nx5bFdkMEe
Retweeted by Princeton University Press"Leaving Academia" is now available for purchase! It's been a wild 984 days since a lunch with friends spawned my… https://t.co/Ew7bWM9kb5
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Retweeted by Princeton University PressOn Seamus Heaney author and leading Irish historian and literary critic, R. F. Foster, gives an incisive and eloque… https://t.co/ow3Oc9AngZFrom acclaimed writer and biologist Sean B. Carroll, comes a rollicking, awe-inspiring story of the surprising powe… https://t.co/MVWwYozXdxEric Weitz, author of A WORLD DIVIDED, will be presenting his book in conversation with @kathryn_sikkink at an even… https://t.co/MmVYPXB8xh
9/17
2020
Peter Schjeldahl @NewYorker says Janis Tomlinson’s new biography of GOYA is “a newly informed chance to reflect on… https://t.co/1wM8KjkeibOn critical identity creation, status mobility, and problematic equalities in the Indian context see… https://t.co/jCcBHEXkYy
Retweeted by Princeton University PressDon't miss Ken Catania's virtual @SDNHM Nat Talk tonight. Learn about star-nosed moles, electric eels, and all of t… https://t.co/dnRaCWTOspMy new book, “Up to Heaven and Down to Hell: Fracking, Freedom and Community in an American Town” is available for… https://t.co/pmsrKGuB2f
Retweeted by Princeton University PressIn case you weren't able to make it to yesterday's book launch event for A Field Guide to Grad School, here's a lin… https://t.co/3NUgTNTWyJ
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Retweeted by Princeton University Press“With conversational wit, Carroll encourages us to embrace the randomness of the world." Scott Hershberger (… https://t.co/Z0P3ndAHxaJoin Russell Muirhead and @Nlrosenblum, authors of A Lot of People are Saying, for a virtual event @AspenInstitutehttps://t.co/g0CGPWn1Ib
9/16
2020

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