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In the Winter 2020 issue of @DissentMag, @zeithistoriker praises Amy Offner’s Sorting Out the Mixed Economy as “her… https://t.co/J8E6U6XjkpIn 1850 Britain was the workshop of the world. But now, manufacturing industries are struggling. What should govern… https://t.co/fTOeWAct9k
Retweeted by Princeton University PressBravo to @BlueWillowBooks @Copperfields @fullcircleokc @PorterSqBooks and @wordsbookstore for being named as finali… https://t.co/m0BYKfoiWTJoin David Hall, author of The Puritans, this Wednesday at 7 pm at @harvardcoop for a discussion on his book.… https://t.co/YYs2j95ubYOur Front Table this week: enlightenment math, the cultural valuation of ruins, Dadaist telegraph-poetics, new Klei… https://t.co/pqWxb6rVvc
Retweeted by Princeton University PressDay Three of recording “Digging Up Armageddon,“ with Jennifer Howard of Sound Understanding @robtempiohttps://t.co/r05WvpgI7k
Retweeted by Princeton University PressCongrats to PUP author Thomas Crow! Restoration: The Fall of Napoleon in the Course of European Art, 1812-1820 was… https://t.co/wTEC5yJtHTCongratulations to PUP author @DrCherylFinley as her book Committed to Memory: The Art of the Slave Ship Icon has b… https://t.co/Fqo5anlpKXCongratulations to PUP author John Blair as his Building Anglo-Saxon England has been named Winner of the Historian… https://t.co/mx6HmLebHZ @vgshaw @CaitlynMCollins We are thrilled to hear that you found it so valuable!In Will You Be Alive 10 Years from Now?: And Numerous Other Curious Questions in Probability, bestselling math writ… https://t.co/kVovdFp1PsWe are excited to bring Jason Lyall's Divided Armies: Inequality & Battlefield Performance in Modern War to readers… https://t.co/Q8CRtzu2cIThis Wednesday, Jan. 29th at 5:45 PM, @cambridgeunion, will host PUP author @buccola_nick for a discussion panel an… https://t.co/8VBi6kcKNTOn January 29th, The Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context at @QMUL will be hosting a free interdisciplina… https://t.co/Pd5cKlGZ6N
1/27
2020
On Just Hierachy and Against Political Equality: "Both of my copies of these books are covered in Post-it notes, a… https://t.co/4NN1ycRT01The #ObamaPortraitsTour will be kicking off in 2021, but our book with @smithsoniannpg about the stories behind the… https://t.co/eZ2umrG1n2This #ScienceSunday read about Kevin Peter Hand (@Alienoceans) & the @NASAJPL team he led to Antarctica in search o… https://t.co/UxJnd6emtwThis Tuesday, join @buccola_nick, author of The Fire Is upon Us, in the UK. He will discussing his book at… https://t.co/b2i16q5bjWFinally reading Innate by @WiringTheBrain as I wait for my flight at Charles de Gaulle! I’m very impressed by how c… https://t.co/iV5QWWKUZW
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1/26
2020
Terry Jones, known by many as part of the Monty Python team, passed away this week. But, did you know he was also a… https://t.co/8XRhjiU2yRObama Portraits Inspire Soon-to-be-Released Book and Five-City Tour in 2021 | https://t.co/9P5ci4hvO5https://t.co/J3ZCe39Srg
Retweeted by Princeton University Press"Books are complicated. They are nuanced. . . . Why should we expect our reactions to them, in writing and otherwis… https://t.co/0jIscBULz5#OTD in 1887, the first vote on women's suffrage was taken in the US Senate—and failed, 34-16. Learn more about the… https://t.co/415ArqVBsmDid you see the news about the #ObamaPortraitsTour? If you can't wait for it to start, you can pre-order our book,… https://t.co/nNOUuKlyaXJoin Astronomer Royal Lord Martin Rees this Monday at a @tortoise ThinkIn in London. This event is exclusively for… https://t.co/x6YB0vl5jL
1/25
2020
Happy #FollowFriday! We picked @wcfbook in Chicago this week. https://t.co/1GRJPIe6ud https://t.co/JpHY12ype2When you are a versatile university press...#dollypartonchallenge #ReadUP https://t.co/zeH9ueKlCGPoliticians keep saying we are in full employment. But are we? @D_Blanchflower points to #underemployment,… https://t.co/IuLtU9AOl9
Retweeted by Princeton University PressFrom Joseph Frank, author of the definitive biography of Fyodor Dostoevsky, Lectures on Doestevsky includes never-b… https://t.co/PfVlzQxVVGWe have the podcast you were looking for today with this interview of PUP author Thomas Seeley. For more informatio… https://t.co/GCZNIFY4HUWhat can #houseprices tell us about the economy? For starters, young people are living with their parents for lon… https://t.co/wfD4veakBX
Retweeted by Princeton University PressWe are so excited to offer Digging Up Armageddon narrated by the author himself, @digkabri, in audiobook form this… https://t.co/9PEM2kizHe
1/24
2020
If you are excited to see the #ObamaPortraitsTour in 2021, then you'll love to learn the stories about the portrait… https://t.co/NCCifG5OTsUNDER THE INFLUENCE: PUTTING PEER PRESSURE TO WORK will be published by Princeton U Press next week. This thread co… https://t.co/dTRf6S6Wef
Retweeted by Princeton University PressPhillipa Chong's Inside the Critics Circle provides an inside look at the politics of book reviewing, from the assi… https://t.co/jL906UTGKKLearn more about Markets, State, and People by @DianeCoyle1859 in this latest blog from @BennettInst Order your c… https://t.co/uBGMwG0eo7"The United States isn’t the only country experiencing what economists Anne Case and Angus Deaton called “deaths fr… https://t.co/NAuRtL0zVrFor years, #houseprices have been propped up by low interest rates. Once these rise, what will happen to the value… https://t.co/dEqoG6g6eW
Retweeted by Princeton University PressProtest. When does it work? When does it not? The research is intriguing. Now recording the #audiobook to Daniel Q.… https://t.co/Pw4IUDnL6y
Retweeted by Princeton University PressIf you enjoyed More Things in the Heavens by Michael Werner and Peter Eisenhardt, learn more about @NASAspitzer as… https://t.co/vau1lTlXwwDid you know that Rachel Sherman's Uneasy Street was inspiring for Kiley Reid's Such a Fun Age?… https://t.co/uMTAX8LxlLThe Obama Portraits will tour starting in June 2021 and we're excited about our upcoming book with @smithsoniannpghttps://t.co/8t4luE9U8BWhat is the impact of #TradeWars? Watch this short explainer video from @D_Blanchflower with @PrincetonUPresshttps://t.co/nDgMOhrkio
Retweeted by Princeton University PressToday I'll be speaking at Google (in New York). As you might expect, the topic is "Opt Art: From Mathematical Optim… https://t.co/qCRl6LXBHu
Retweeted by Princeton University PressPre-order Overload today to learn more about why too much work and too little time is hurting workers and companies… https://t.co/FFxXJPIoUQ
1/23
2020
With the inimitable Alex Garvin after my book talk at the Skyscraper Museum last week. Photo by ⁦@ninarobertsnyc⁩… https://t.co/C6dzyPfgoM
Retweeted by Princeton University PressTune in at 1 pm to hear more about the Spitzer Space Telescope including insight from PUP author Michael Werner!… https://t.co/s1p31ZuRiPJoin PUP author David Hall this evening at 6 pm at the Massachusetts Historical Society for a discussion of his lat… https://t.co/b7FCwvrrJRWonder what roles stories play in our economic lives? @HiddenBrain talks with @RobertJShiller about this and how no… https://t.co/88043r61AvOn Chaos and Dynamical Systems by David P. Feldman: "If you have not ever read anything about dynamical systems a… https://t.co/6rHy0hYIMMRecently, PUP author @jtrothwell participated in a panel discussion at @urbaninstitute with @jasonfurman entitlted… https://t.co/yYJDMEvpgUI've got a new article out in @ForeignPolicy on my book #Republic_of_Equals. The populists and anti-populists are… https://t.co/2BbOQtcQd9
Retweeted by Princeton University PressTrump’s claim that unfair trade deals were exploiting the USA did not exactly have a sound economic basis. But it d… https://t.co/jeobOnTQvs
Retweeted by Princeton University PressUK employment is rising, but productivity is falling. What on earth is going on? (clue: it's called the… https://t.co/YviJEH4pbN
Retweeted by Princeton University PressPUP author Naomi Oreskes recently published an @guardian op-ed along with @geoffrey about why Americans have the ri… https://t.co/1D93K7CaOIJoin @PrincetonUPress and the @92Y for a lecture tonight by @JamesRomm on his recent book, “How to Keep Your Cool,”… https://t.co/YxRZg14feCWe hope that all are having a great time at @ABAbook Winter Institute! In the galley room, we have The World Accord… https://t.co/IvGMO5O82M
1/22
2020
Get inspired to redesign your living space with these books, including @PrincetonUPress 'Yellow: The History of a C… https://t.co/T0Prfd5qtT
Retweeted by Princeton University Press"Attracting, holding, and making money off people’s attention takes skill." @MarcusSharon discusses fame, feminin… https://t.co/MjkyXAmbsN
Retweeted by Princeton University PressLearn more about the real history of the Amazons in war and love in @amayor's book, The Amazons (available in hardc… https://t.co/wAf3XfMjreJohn Connelly delivers a sweeping narrative history of Eastern Europe from the late eighteenth century to today in… https://t.co/8CpHddOo8yWonderful to see #TheTechnologyTrap among so many great books. Thank you @Jayati1609 ! PS Commentators' Best Reads… https://t.co/7BtN00w7wt
Retweeted by Princeton University PressIt was such a pleasure for @sarahobolt & I to discuss our book Political Entrepreneurs with @hakhverdian forthcomin… https://t.co/LHJyGjCtli
Retweeted by Princeton University PressThe tools of finance were as important for the rise of civilization as were the soldiers, castles and battles. Li… https://t.co/6lrt0De25n
Retweeted by Princeton University Pressthank you to @NotchesBlog for this wonderful interview about my book, where I talk about fragmented archives, the c… https://t.co/A2oLmvRk7W
Retweeted by Princeton University PressICYMI: "Philosophy can't save your life, but it might help us figure out how not to squander it." From a new book o… https://t.co/8GIfxEFmts
Retweeted by Princeton University PressNot long until University Press Redux Conference 2020! Excited to share details of the fantastic programme, includi… https://t.co/vwTuYUeNFI
Retweeted by Princeton University PressPUP author @KatharinaPistor (The Code of Capital) will be speaking @Davos this week about Stakeholder Capitalism, R… https://t.co/0l5uprIbM0I just finished reading Kathleen Graber's completely brilliant collection The River Twice (published by… https://t.co/TP9yzUI3N2
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1/21
2020
It's the last day of @JointMath in Denver and we are offering 50% off all books at Booth 1107. Stop by the exhibit… https://t.co/VkOivdyw49On Dark Data by David J. Hand: “A book illuminating shadowed corners in science, medicine and policy” – @barbkiser,… https://t.co/xwOAUWN1j4
1/18
2020
Why are contemporary societies fascinated by celebrities? @MarcusSharon's book "The Drama of Celebrity" is "a not… https://t.co/239sAl3ub8
Retweeted by Princeton University PressCongratulations to @hugoreasoning for his excellent op-ed in @WSJ--find the piece in print tomorrow!… https://t.co/nwqLhN7S7t
Retweeted by Princeton University PressNew Episode Out Now! This week, @jeffnesbit talks with @NaomiOreskes about her newest book, "Why Trust Science?" https://t.co/KWhQPM3kqi
Retweeted by Princeton University PressPhillipa Chong's Inside the Critic's Circle, published this week, offers readers a behind the scenes look at the wo… https://t.co/hZ3pKSFRaSNot Born Yesterday by @hugoreasoning shows how we filter the flow of information that surrounds us, argues that we… https://t.co/AI6P9Dxg2i"Susan Mattern’s The Slow Moon Climbs is all the evidence we need for why 2020 is “time to rethink menopause.”" -… https://t.co/1Vlq2v31CnJoseph Frank's never-before-published Stanford lectures on Fyodor Dostoevsky's major works provide an unparalleled… https://t.co/M6MFCqdaUL“The nano is the scale of biology, of our molecules. This is the scale that gave rise to life on Earth, so it’s a v… https://t.co/x2gKtOqUHeWe're picking @GreenAppleBooks for this week's #FollowFriday! https://t.co/yxoYcwHix3 https://t.co/luNHn4vykc#OTD: January 17, 2020, Prohibition began and made the sale of alcohol illegal. Celebrate your right to drink by pr… https://t.co/P93nE2Vpis
Retweeted by Princeton University PressTickets for The Obama Portraits Book Launch at Stony Island Arts Bank on Feb 13 are live! Artists Amy Sherald & Keh… https://t.co/Rim7mS0P6DMy UNDER THE INFLUENCE: PUTTING PEER PRESSURE TO WORK will be published on January 28 by Princeton University Press… https://t.co/OREmIEbYHY
Retweeted by Princeton University PressUnder the Influence: Putting Peer Pressure to Work by @econnaturalist comes to #Seattle Monday, January 20. $5 tick… https://t.co/rfBr6Yt6fX
Retweeted by Princeton University PressJoin NASA Director of Astrophysics Paul Hertz and, from the agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Spitzer Proje… https://t.co/rZ9bmzpmsLAll Spitzer Considered is tomorrow at 7:30 pm! Join us as we celebrate the end of @NASAspitzer. Can’t make it to G… https://t.co/mDWdD2mgrJ
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1/17
2020
@chryllaird @IsmailWhitePhD We can't wait for readers to have this in their hands in February!It has arrived!!! Ahhhh!!! Coming out Feb. 25, 2020 with @PrincetonUPress @IsmailWhitePhD #SteadfastDemocratshttps://t.co/2HV9nK4qFn
Retweeted by Princeton University PressWhy do some books get reviewed and why are so many more ignored? @ChongSOC investigates in her new book "Inside the… https://t.co/2ptCg220Xw
Retweeted by Princeton University Press.@markbazer is the perfect surrogate for all of us non-cosmologist in this fascinating and illuminating interview w… https://t.co/0L1giv21xL
Retweeted by Princeton University PressMake sure to stop by our booth (1107) at @JointMath and enter a chance to win this beautiful compass and a copy of… https://t.co/Pn1TlCQJvgŁukasz Stanek's Architecture in Global Socialism presents a new understanding of global urbanization and its archit… https://t.co/CLCAJjSnROJoin PUP authors Michael Werner and Peter Eisenhardt at @GriffithObserv in LA tomorrow evening for a discussion and… https://t.co/B44uG2PofvIf you are looking to understand the climate crisis in more depth, we suggest Beyond Global Warming by Syukuro Mana… https://t.co/fdQVWMCk1nOur Spring 2020 catalogues are heading out in the mail to the UK, Europe, Middle East, India and Africa from our Eu… https://t.co/wXg3vFtPioAre you pledging to #ReadSmarter in #2020? Check out these recommendations for regional fiction titles from… https://t.co/aomzIGOS69 @DanielGullotta @audible_com There isn’t currently an audio edition planned, but we are exploring our options with… https://t.co/o2aCT6MhLH @washingtonpost's Sebastian Smee reviews František Kupka’s “The Yellow Scale.” If you can’t see it yourself at… https://t.co/CPNmhJpTcP
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1/16
2020
Join us at Booth 1107 for a reception and book signing happening now at @JointMath in Denver! #JMM2020 https://t.co/TQwttu025EPlease note one change that Annalisa Crannell will not be able to join us this afternoon for the signing.
1/15
2020

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