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At a virtual gathering on June 15, academics, economists and family members of Sadie TM Alexander celebrated the launch of a new book by economist and Bucknell University associate professor Nina Banks, “Democracy, race and justice.” The book, published by Yale University Press, is a collection of speeches and writings composed by Alexander, who was …

The Form of Reality: Liu Xiaohui is a monograph and case study examining the practice of contemporary painter Liu Xiaohui over the past decade. The substantial publication of over 30,000 words written by art critic and curator He Jing brings together over 100 reproductions of Liu Xiaohui’s paintings and a large number of documents made …

The launch of Meghan Markle’s children’s book could be hampered and see copies in ‘less prominent positions’ than others following a row between its publisher and Britain’s biggest bookseller. The Duchess of Sussex’s baby-friendly tome The Bench is due out on Tuesday and is expected to arrive with near-royal fanfare and publicity. But a row …

In a new article, the American Library Association Joint Digital Content Working Group offered a candid assessment of the state of the library e-book market and assessed the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, during which demand for digital content in libraries has increased. “Libraries are grappling with an extraordinary demand for both digital content and …

Copperfield’s is hosting an online event this month with “Hamilton” and “In the Heights” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, marking the release of his new book “In the Heights: Finding Home.” Miranda became a household name with her hit musical, “Hamilton,” which consistently sold out shows and won 11 Tony Awards after its 2015 Broadway debut. Last …