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  • BUNDLE WEEK: Sarah Noell’s bundle of her TOP 3 #CornellPress books!


    Books belong together. Whether they topically complement each other, creating a well-rounded reader, or they create a variety filled reading list that excites and challenges, you’re made up of more than just one title. Here’s another recommendation... more >>


  • The Publisher’s Publisher


    On the morning after the University of Virginia basketball team won the national championship, I was on the phone with Mark Saunders, the director of UVA Press about a book that would celebrate the incomprehensible journey the Cavaliers had just... more >>


  • BUNDLE WEEK: Ange Romeo-Hall’s inspired bundle on human life


    Nobody’s Home: Candid Reflections of a Nursing Home Aide To Plead Our Own Cause: Personal Stories by Today’s Slaves Stanley’s Girl: Poems A Man with No Talents: Memoirs of a Tokyo Day Laborer Missing: Persons and Politics I’ve worked on hundreds of... more >>


  • BUNDLE WEEK: Kitty Liu’s 4 nature bundles!


    ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT BUNDLE Can the efforts of local environmental stewards impact resource management, environmental governance, and even social movements? What are the impacts of citizen science? How do we build resilient communities... more >>


  • BUNDLE WEEK: Michael McGandy’s bundle on the history of United States engagement in the Pacific


    For readers interested in the history of United States engagement in the Pacific, this is a good time to get caught up on the Cornell University Press backlist! In recent months, I have signed a tide of wonderful—deeply researched, fluidly written... more >>


 

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