Accessing Course Texts During COVID-19

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Leo Damrosch's The Club
Named one of The New York Times Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2019

"A magnificently entertaining book."—Michael Dirda, Washington Post

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From the Blog

Books for Troubled Times by Jean E. Thomson Black

March 27, 2020

Our mission at Yale University Press is to publish books that, among other goals, stimulate public debate and enhance cultural life. The following titles represent a modest sampling from our history of science and medicine, environmental issues, and natural history lists. The first group offers context for the COVID-19 pandemic, and the second proposes respite and diversion....

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Trump, Sanders, and the Historical Mantle of “Populism” by Gregg Cantrell

March 26, 2020

In the current American election campaign, the headlines invoking “populism” just keep coming. “Trump and Sanders lead competing populist movements, reshaping American politics,” trumpets a typical piece from the Washington Post. Such headlines beg the question: What is this thing called “populism?”

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