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In Memoriam: Tennent Bagley

In Memoriam: Tennent Bagley

Tennent Harrington Bagley, author and former C.I.A. officer, passed away on Feb. 20 in Brussels at the age of 88. While working for the C.I.A., Bagley assisted a Soviet spy,… READ MORE

From the Designer’s Desk: Jeff Wincapaw

From the Designer’s Desk: Jeff Wincapaw

The March edition of our From the Designer’s Desk series brings us fresh insight from the inimitable Jeff Wincapaw, design director at Marquand Books.  (Special congratulations to Jeff for his… READ MORE

Albers on the Walls: A Virtual Tour

Albers on the Walls: A Virtual Tour

Our focus this week on all things Albers has allowed us to notice anew the numerous instances of Albers imagery right here in our offices in New Haven.  The following… READ MORE

Josef Albers Contest: Fill in the blanks

Josef Albers Contest: Fill in the blanks

It’s Albers week here at Yale University Press and today we have a contest for you. There exists amazing archival footage of Josef Albers in the classroom, and Albers describing… READ MORE

On the Anniversary of the Iraq War

On the Anniversary of the Iraq War

On March 20, 2003, coalition forces led by the United States and the United Kingdom invaded Iraq in what is still seen as a highly controversial decision made by the… READ MORE

Remembering Barry Rubin

Remembering Barry Rubin

Barry Rubin (1950 – 2014), author, scholar, journalist and political analyst, passed away on February 3, 2014 after an 18-month battle with cancer. He was 64. Rubin was an expert… READ MORE

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