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  • New senior acquisitions editor at Cornell University Press

    We are pleased to announce the appointment of Jim Lance as senior acquisitions editor for the social sciences. A graduate of Haverford College, he earned a Master’s degree in International Affairs from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in African... more >>


  • Hiding from History: South Carolina and the Confederate Battle Flag

    Meili Steele opened his 2005 book, Hiding from History, with an essay about South Carolina’s attempt in 1999 to neutralize the controversy over its flying of the Confederate battle flag. The state’s chosen solution, Steele argues in this brief... more >>


  • The Director’s Cut: Voices in the Band

    Never Forget the Voices by Dean J. Smith, Director, Cornell University Press As I read Dr. Susan Ball’s memoir, Voices in the Band, about working in the trenches of the AIDS crisis, I remembered the searing lines from Henri Cole’s poem “Paper Dolls”... more >>


  • Howard Gillette in the Philadelphia Inquirer

    Howard Gillette and his book Class Divide: Yale ’64 and the Conflicted Legacy of the Sixties are featured in the June 4 edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer: Yale’s class of 1964, always on the cusp of... more >>


  • Unbuttoning America in the Wall Street Journal

    Unbuttoning America: A Biography of “Peyton Place” by Ardis Cameron is featured in the May 22 edition of the Wall Street Journal: A Book to Take to Bed. An excerpt appears below: “Unbuttoning America boasts a sizzling cover of a busty ’50s... more >>


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