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22
Apr

Ocean Outbreaks: From Seagrasses to Seastars

This blog post was originally included in the University of Washington “Tide Bite” enewsletter. Click here to see the original version.  by Drew Harvell, author of Ocean Outbreak: Confronting the Rising Tide of …

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20
Apr

Holy Week Resonances

by Robert L. Kendrick, author of Fruits of the Cross: Passiontide Music Theater in Habsburg Vienna This post is being written just at the time of the liturgical year at which the pieces …

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19
Apr

Celebrate Earth Day with UC Press

With Earth Day 2019 approaching, we would like to reflect on the significance of our relationship with the environment, both in our capacity as a scholarly publisher and as a species. Beginning …

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18
Apr

What Is Prison Supposed To Do and Why?

For three decades, scholar-activist Ruth Wilson Gilmore has been advocating for prison abolition. She has theorized it and practiced it. For Gilmore, prison abolition means not just the closing of prisons but, …

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16
Apr

The Renewal of Gothic Imagination

Like millions of people across the world yesterday, we at UC Press were shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the fire that ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. A UNESCO World Heritage …

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12
Apr

Art and Law Events with Joan Kee

Art historian and professor Joan Kee will be appearing at two events in Southern California later this month around the recent publication of her book, Models of Integrity: Art and Law in …

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11
Apr

Attention MoPOP Conference 2019 Attendees

This year’s MoPOP Conference is taking place April 11–14. We invite attendees and interested scholars and readers to explore our Popular Music content, including award-winning books and the new Journal of Popular …

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