Fretting over work even as you head out on vacation? A new book on Henry David Thoreau may cause you to rethink employment priorities.
Looking for a good summer read? Those with a love for good mysteries and classic films have a treat in store!
Robert Harington reviews Fred Dylla’s book, Scientific Journeys: A Physicist Explores the Culture, History and Personalities of Science, a collection of prose pieces that portray the author’s approach to a world of science and the science of the world.
This substantive work from John B. Thompson provides a historical overview and analysis of technological and legal challenges to publishing practices in the 21st century.
What makes Annette Gordon-Reed’s recent NYRB essay such a powerful example of the book review genre?
University of Utah Preservation Librarian Randy Silverman reviews Guy Robertson’s “Disaster Planning for Libraries: Process and Guidelines”.