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November 14, 2014
We conclude the University Press Week blog tour today with six presses sharing some of the latest and most exciting topics in scholarly publishing and trends they are watching closely in these Follow Friday-themed posts: University of Illinois Press discusses the emerging topics and authors in its Geopolitics of Information series. 
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Today Roxanne Warren, architect and author of Rail and the City: Shrinking Our Carbon Footprint While Reimagining Urban Space, discusses her book, which makes a case for rail transit as the critical i...
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It's Election Day in the United States. As voters head to the polls, it is an opportune time to reflect on democracy and our role within it. Josh Lerner does just this in the following excerpt, "Our L...
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Production Coordinator Kate Elwell attended the first annual NEPCo Awards yesterday. She reports the following about the event.
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Today Stephen Camarata, author of Late-Talking Children, discusses some of the causes of late talking among toddlers and what the latest science tells us about the relationship between late talking an...
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