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  • I Get Most of the Vaccines My Doctor Recommends


    [We’re starting a new short series of blog posts today that we’re calling, “Acquiring a Point of View.” Each post is written by one of our acquiring editors and is inspired, in some way or other, by one (or more) of the books... more >>


  • Surviving R. Kelly and The Rape of Joan Bellinger


    Like many Americans, I watched Lifetime’s six-hour Surviving R. Kelly docuseries earlier this month. The series painstakingly narrates how Kelly leveraged his multiple advantages—of gender, wealth, fame, and age—to victimize teenage black women, whose... more >>


  • We Were the First


      We were the first. Not many get to say that. Well, we do! CUP is 150 years old. So we were around before all the other university presses. From a marketing perspective this should be a dream. Easy hook, lots of promotion, and so on. But do... more >>


  • Why Strong Governments are Bad for Precarious Workers


    Philip Rathgeb, author of the recently published Strong Governments, Precarious Workers: Labor Market Policy in the Era of Liberalization, chatted with our publicity manager Cheryl Quimba. Here’s their conversation: What is Strong Governments... more >>


  • 150 Notable Books: The First Books of Cornell University Press


    Every press has to start somewhere and produce its very first book. Tracking this book down for Cornell University Press, however, is an impossible task. In late 1869, America’s first university press was mainly a printing house. We produced lecture... more >>


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