May 22, 2020
The coronavirus that has taken over the world is creating a classic diary-writing era. It is highly likely that many individuals experience this personal and collective disaster are turning to diary writing as a relief, a contemplation, and a testimony. In their diaries, they record the subjective experience of history: a theoretical and intellectual inquiry suddenly transformed into a reality of tragic brutality. Diaries are not always written in paradise.
May 13, 2020
This issue of Mande Studies focuses on political crises and growing insecurity in the Sahel. All articles are grounded on long-term engagement with the region, whether they are based on… READ MORE
May 1, 2020
Author Kevin McClure discusses the importance now, more than ever, for institutions to harness the power of fundraising to support the mission of their institutions as they ride out the storm of COVID-19.
April 23, 2020
1922 and After: A Centenary of Modernism and World Literature Drawing upon anthropological, psychological, and philosophical knowledge as well as personal experiences, the high modernists wrote their now-famous classics, including… READ MORE
April 15, 2020
Henry Glassie has been publishing with IU Press since the 1970s, making him the longest living IU Press author. This highly anticipated work, Daniel Johnston: A Portrait of the Artist as a Potter in North Carolina, is the highlight of a lifelong career in humanistic scholarship. Make sure you pick up your copy wherever books are sold on March 3, 2020!
Congratulations to our three National Jewish Book Award Finalists from the Jewish Book Council! These books were selected after careful analysis by a panel of judges who are authorities in… READ MORE
Located on the Illinois River, Starved Rock State Park is a National Historic Landmark that boasts tall bluffs, wildflower-topped hills, and breathtaking views. From the photographers who brought you Illinois Across the Land and Illinois State… READ MORE
If you’ve got just a moment to spare, you can learn something you didn’t know before thanks to How the World Looks to a Bee: And Other Moments of Science… READ MORE
February is Black History Month, which means we get to celebrate the contributions of Black people from not only here at Indiana University, but also around the world. The Neal-Marshall… READ MORE
Kathryn Winner’s article, “Visions of Cody and Media: Jack Kerouac as Late Modernist,” from the Journal of Modern Literature’s newest issue, is now available on JSTOR & Project MUSE. Below,… READ MORE