Literature

A century since One Man’s Initiation: 1917

2020 marks the 100 year anniversary of John Dos Passos' first published novel, One Man's Initiation: 1917. In this blog post, Lisa Nanney - author of John Dos Passos & Cinema and editor of The Paintings and Drawing of John Dos Passos, both published by Clemson University Press - assesses the novel's beginnings, rooted in the … Continue reading

music

Researching Granville Bantock

John Dressler is the author of Granville Bantock (1868 - 1946), the latest title from Clemson University Press. The book is the first reference guide to musical, manuscript, and print sources for study of Bantock’s life and music. In this blog post, Dressler considers the lengthy research process behind his new book. Granville Bantock is not … Continue reading

News

New British Musical Cultures series from Clemson University Press

Clemson University Press have launched Studies in British Musical Cultures, a new series in partnership with the North American British Music Studies Association. We spoke to series editor Eric Saylor (Drake University) to learn more. What is the aim or mission of the series? Studies in British Musical Cultures will encompass the diverse array of … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day 2019

To celebrate International Women's Day this year, we've curated a list of recent work by our brilliant female authors. Keep reading to find out more about some of the key titles by women from across our disciplines! Sarah Schenirer and the Bais Yaakov Movement by Naomi Seidman Sarah Schenirer and the Bais Yaakov movement she … Continue reading

Literature

An introduction to: The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual by General Editor John D. Morgenstern

In 1975, a contributor to the short-lived T. S. Eliot Review characterized the state of Eliot scholarship as an incomplete mosaic, with “the primary materials for research [. . .] either in jumbled disarray or missing entirely.” While a glut of memoirs flooded the literary marketplace, serious scholars lacked the “fundamental research tools” to fill … Continue reading