Since last Fall I have gotten more heavily involved in photography. It’s become my passion. I have been exploring it all, macrophotography, astrophotography, portraits, landscapes, and wildlife. Living in Upstate New York offers many opportunities to photograph birds. You’ll find countless bird boxes and feeders in our yards and an abundance of state parks, lakes, and protected lands that provide a sanctuary for more exotic species like bald eagles and great blue herons. I have really enjoyed capturing them in action and being able to show them in ways we don’t normally get to observe them.
It should be no surprise then that my bundle includes books on photography and birds. If you are curious to see more of my photos you can find them at www.scottelevine.com, but before you do, you should check out the books that I have bundled.
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Books belong together. Whether they topically complement each other, creating a well-rounded reader, or they create a variety filled reading list that excites and challenges, you’re made up of more than just one title.
Here’s another recommendation for #BundleWeek , coming at you from the Marketing Department:
- America The Fair: Using Brain Science to Create a More Just Nation
- No Longer Newsworthy: How the Mainstream Media Abandoned the Working Class
- Earth Emotions: New Words for a New World
(30% off this bundle with promo code O9BUN1)
Continue reading “BUNDLE WEEK: Sarah Noell’s bundle of her TOP 3 #CornellPress books!”
On the morning after the University of Virginia basketball team won the national championship, I was on the phone with Mark Saunders, the director of UVA Press about a book that would celebrate the incomprehensible journey the Cavaliers had just completed.
We had previously agreed to table all discussions until the game was over.
“Let’s talk tomorrow so we don’t jinx anything,” Mark said.
After the victory, Mark celebrated by leading the school’s Auld Lang Syne inspired mantra, “The Good Ole Song.” It’s preserved here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXjTmSXL6Ik
He and I shared texts over the last two seasons wherever we happened to be watching. He might be in John Paul Jones arena when I was at a hockey tournament in Buffalo. Weeks of silence went by and then possession by possession critiques of the team would cascade down the screen.
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ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT BUNDLE
Can the efforts of local environmental stewards impact resource management, environmental governance, and even social movements? What are the impacts of citizen science? How do we build resilient communities? This bundle includes resources for a broad transdisciplinary audience of researchers, educators, and practitioners who are interested in improving existing programs or developing new ones.
- Citizen Science: Public Participation in Environmental Research
- Grassroots to Global: Broader Impacts of Civic Ecology
- Communicating Climate Change: A Guide for Educators
- Connecting the Drops: A Citizens’ Guide to Protecting Water Resources
Continue reading “BUNDLE WEEK: Kitty Liu’s 4 nature bundles!”
For readers interested in the history of United States engagement in the Pacific, this is a good time to get caught up on the Cornell University Press backlist!
In recent months, I have signed a tide of wonderful—deeply researched, fluidly written, smartly argued—new books on U.S. foreign policy and military engagement in East Asia and Southeast Asia in the post-World War II era. New books are coming in fall 2019 and spring 2020 from Oliver Charbonneau, Sangjoon Lee, Katherine Moran, Thomas K. Robb and David James Gill, Nancy Shoemaker, and Colleen Woods. Their work will change how we look at the U.S. role as a Pacific power in the 19th and 20th centuries and so got me to thinking about trends in our historical analysis of events like World War II, Bandung Conference, and the Vietnam War. The bundle of backlist books I have selected is a wonderful mix of histories of U.S. strategy, foreign policy, civilian engagement, and military action in the Pacific. These are the books which the new wave of works if carrying forward, and so are necessary reading for everyone who follows the influence of the U.S. in the broad Pacific region.
Continue reading “BUNDLE WEEK: Michael McGandy’s bundle on the history of United States engagement in the Pacific”