by The Paige Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||151|
At the Scholar, was a year full of books. In addition to editing and producing reviews and literary essays for our print magazine and website, our online book club read and discussed 11 different books, both fiction and nonfiction. We interviewed memoirists, biographers, and journalists for our ile, members of our editorial board published seven books among them this year. Bart Ehrman says the ideas of eternal rewards and punishments aren't found in the Old Testament or in the teachings of Jesus. His new book is Heaven and Hell: A History of the Afterlife. But book sales seem to impress very few in academia, even though that would seem like the ultimate measure of impact. Publishing books with top university presses (for example, Cambridge, Oxford, Cornell, and Princeton) is a route to prestige or peer esteem or whatever you call pleasing other scholars, but most young scholars go the journal. "The history of the Cold War has been the history of the world since " So begins The Cold War: A History, a wide-ranging narrative by award-winning political commentator Martin Walker, which was one of the first major studies of its kind. Now that it's over, it's crucial to our future to understand how the Cold War has shaped us and, especially, to recognize it as the economic and /5(2).
The Midtown Scholar goes virtual with a series of poignant, impactful, and educational events. Over the next few weeks, while doors are closed to the public, Midtown Scholar will broadcast a number of free, virtual events featuring various authors. “Our event series is such a foundational piece of what we do here at the Scholar,” said Alex Brubaker, bookstore manager. Buy the best translation—recommended for serious readers. The Book of War (The Modern Library, February ). ISBN: Clausewitz's On War and Sun Tzu's Art of War in one translation of Clausewitz's On War is the version done by German literary scholar O.J. Matthijs Jolles at the University of Chicago during World War II—not today's standard translation, but. The book was a personal testament, I belatedly grasped. Herr wasn’t just showing me what the war did to other people; he was examining what it did to him. He was terrified, naturally—take a look at his defoliating depiction of being under fire: That passage took me through Vietnam to the eternal terrain of stark, animal fear. The Civil War ended slavery in America. So why, asks author Ta-Nehisi Coates, do African-Americans, who benefited most from this crucial turning point, take so little interest in the conflict?
The thrilling follow-up to Scholar - in which, after discovering a coup attempt and preventing a bloody civil war, Quaeryt was appointed princeps of Tilbor - begins a new episode in the young Imager's life. Now second only to the governor, and still hiding his powers as an Imager, Quaeryt is enjoying his new position, as well as his marriage to Lord Bhayar's youngest sister, Vaelora, when a. In , Karl Marlantes was a student at Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship. The young scholar previously trained with the Marines and felt he couldn’t sit by while his fellow countrymen. Rare Book School, an annual gathering of bibliophiles at the University of Virginia that we profiled in Tuesday’s paper, is often called summer camp for book geeks — a place where students can play with antique hand-presses, debate the provenance of a Coptic-stitch binding and learn to write dense quasi-mathematical formulas reconstructing precisely how the pages of, say, an edition. Assarpour, Ali, and Kent D. Boklan. How We Broke the Union Code ( Years Too Late). Cryptologia 34 (3): – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: John F. Dooley.