VANDERBILT CHANCELLOR'S LECTURE SERIES 2013/2014
"A Leadership Lesson for an Angry Age"
Featuring Keel Hunt, author of COUP, with Senator Lamar Alexander
Friday, September 20, 2013, 4:30 pm
Sarratt Cinema, Vanderbilt University, Nashville
More info here
Listen to the authors of talk about The Federalist Society and the U.S. Constitution on the nationally-syndicated radio program "The Jim Bohannon Show" here
Read the authors' lead article in The Chronicle of Higher Education Review here
Check out Utne Reader online for an excerpt from Sandra Gaffney's book on her first-person account of 16 years in nursing homes -- the editors at Utne were very taken by her account and asked to share with their 100,000 readers! "Live a Good Life in a Nursing Home" is the title of the feature.
One of Hurricane Isaac's casualties was the 2012 American Political Science Association annual meeting in New Orleans -- but we hope this special 25% discount can help! Save 25% on all Vanderbilt University Press titles until October 1, 2012 by using the Sale Code "APSA" at checkout!
Julia Lieblich, author of Wounded I am More Awake, has an editorial in the LA Times about how she fact-checked the stories her collaborator, Esad Boskailo, shares in the book.
Christine Hartmann, author of So Far Away, was interviewed this weekend by the BBC's Stephen Nolan. You can listen to the whole interview while it's available here or catch a brief listen at Christine's website.
Christine Hartmann, author of SO FAR AWAY: A Daughter's Memoir of Life, Loss, and Love, has written a piece for The Daily Beast about her mother's lifelong mission: suicide at age 70. Read it here.
Jack Schneider, author of EXCELLENCE FOR ALL: How a New Breed of Reformers Is Transforming America's Public Schools, has a new op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, "Gutsy--But Not Always Right," in which he asserts that American politicians who go with their gut instincts aren't doing the hard work. Read it here. And for more about the book, click here.
Sana Loue, author of “My Nerves Are Bad”: Puerto Rican Women Managing Mental Illness and HIV Risk will be a guest on “The Journal Journal” hosted by Howard Jordan Friday, August 26, 3:00-4:00 pm Eastern (and archived for later listening)
Tune in to Pacifica Radio WBAI 99.5 FM, New York -- or listen online at WBAI http://stream.wbai.org/
Learn more about the long-running radio show “The Jordan Journal” and educator, attorney, journalist, and political activist Howard Jordan at http://howardjordan.net