3/20/17

New OUPblog Posts

"Trump in Wonderland" by Communication author Robert Lichter, "Celebrating Samuel Barber and his Adagio for Strings" by Music author Jeffrey Wright, and "Sui Sin Far’s “The Land of the Free” in the era of Trump" by American Literature author Xing Xu are now available on the OUPblog.

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  • March 20, 2017

    New OUPblog Posts

    "Trump in Wonderland" by Communication author Robert Lichter, "Celebrating Samuel Barber and his Adagio for Strings" by Music author Jeffrey Wright, and "Sui Sin Far’s “The Land of the Free” in the era of Trump" by American Literature author Xing Xu are now available on the OUPblog.

    March 7, 2017

    New OUPblog Posts

    "Alban Berg on the web and in social media" by Music author Dave Headlam, "Michelangelo’s uncelebrated birthday and uncertain death" by Philosophy author William Wallace, and "Paul Feyerabend and the debate over the philosophy of science" by Philosophy author John Preston are now available on the OUPblog.

    March 2, 2017

    New OUPblog Posts

    "On language and defiance: a Q & A with Ilan Stavans" by Latino Studies author Ilan Stavans, "Can we have more than one friend? According to Montaigne, no" by Philosophy author Manuel Bermúdez, and "A paradoxical stroll down Harlem’s memory lane" by African American Studies author Jaye Austin Williams are now available on the OUPblog.