Judicial Rhapsodies: Rhetoric and Fundamental Rights in the Supreme Court
Previous studies of judicial opinions have explored rhetorical strategies that produce legitimacy, but none have examined the laudatory, even operatic, forms of writing Supreme Court justices have used to justify fundamental rights decisions.Read free onlineBuy
Reimagining Nabokov: Pedagogies for the 21st Century
Edited by Sara Karpukhin and José Vergara
In this practical and insightful volume, eleven teachers of Vladimir Nabokov describe how and why they teach this notoriously difficult, even problematic, writer to the next generations of students.Read free onlineBuy
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Studies into Darkness: Editors and Artists in Conversation
New interviews with editors and artists explore ACP's first co-published volume with the Vera List Center
Published November 29th, 2022
Public History at Amherst and Beyond
Watch our moderated roundtable on the radical roots of public history
Published October 21st, 2022
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