Continue the blog tour today by visiting these great university press offerings:
- University Press of Kansas celebrates the passion of military history readers by interviewing authors, critics and customers.
- University of Nebraska Press discusses the importance of Midwestern history with Jon K. Lauck.
- University of Georgia Press spotlights their new series, Gender and Slavery.
- University of Rochester Press interviews Angel David Nieves about the role of African American women in the design and construction of schools in the post-Reconstruction South.
- Rutgers University Press focuses on their recently published memoir by acclaimed cultural historian H. Bruce Franklin, Crash Course: From the Good War to the Forever War.
- University of California Press shares an excerpt from Shaped by the West, Volume 2: A History of North America from 1850 by William Deverell & Anne F. Hyde.
- Wilfred Laurier University Press explores how the Great War impacted Wittgenstein’s philosophy with author Nil Santiáñez.
- Beacon Press takes a look at their ReVisioning Amerian History and ReVisioning American History for Young Readers Series.
- Harvard University Press executive editor Lindsay Waters looks back on the press’s history of publishing philosopher Bruno Latour.
- University of Alabama Press presents roundup of new and forthcoming history books celebrating Alabama’s bicentennial.
- MIT Press has a Q&A with longtime editor Roger Conover about his history at the MIT Press.
Hope you enjoy all these great #TurnItUP posts!