Posts tagged: Publishing - Diverse

Diverse Bookshelf – Putting Education on the Front Burner

by ANGELA P. DODSON | February 4, 2010
For the 'Father of Black History,' the education of Blacks was the issue. [...] Read more

PUBLISHING IN PERIL

by LYDIA LUM | November 12, 2009
Recent state budget cuts in education leave some university publishers pinched. [...] Read more

Publishing in Peril

by Lydia Lum | November 10, 2009
Recent state budget cuts in education leave some university publishers pinched. [...] Read more

DISAPPEARING ACT

by LEKAN OGUNTOYINBO | September 17, 2009
Latino males are more likely to drop out of high school and are more likely not to fi nish coll [...] Read more

THE OBAMA BOOKS BOOM

by RONALD ROACH | July 9, 2009
As Barack Obama’s rise to power inspires a flood of books, scholars hope the publishing [...] Read more

The Obama Books Boom

by RONALD ROACH |
As Barack Obama’s rise to power inspires a flood of books, scholars hope the publishing trend [...] Read more

In Memoriam

by Diverse Staff | June 11, 2009
In our 25 years of publishing, we¡¯ve lost some friends along the way. [...] Read more

The President’s Poet

by Angela P. Dodson | March 5, 2009
A professor of African American studies at Yale University, Alexander is only the fourth poet e [...] Read more

Love or hate it? Debate Still Swirls Around Inaugural Poem

by Angela P. Dodson | February 2, 2009
Publishing House officially releases Elizabeth Alexander’s poem this week. [...] Read more

Who Will Fill Their Shoes?

by Michelle J. Nealy | November 13, 2008
Faculty, new and experienced, say the professoriate can be just as rewarding to a new generatio [...] Read more

Getting to Know Debbie Reese

by Mary Annette Pember | April 3, 2008
Although Debbie Reese’s popular American Indians in Children’s Literature blog may not furt [...] Read more

Celebrating a Ripe Audience: A New Publishing Imprint Highlights Hispanic Celebrities

by Clarence V. Reynolds | March 19, 2008
With the recent launch of the Celebra publishing imprint, Raymond Garcia hopes to tap into the [...] Read more

Harvard Arts & Sciences Faculty Approve Open Access To Research

by Michelle J. Nealy | February 14, 2008
Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences voted yesterday to give the university a wo [...] Read more

Harvard Arts & Sciences Faculty Approve Open Access To Research

by Michelle J. Nealy | February 13, 2008
Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences voted yesterday to give the university a wo [...] Read more

Getting to Know: Dr. Ernest J. Wilson

by Ronald Roach | December 13, 2007
It’s no exaggeration to say that Dr. Ernest J. Wilson III brings a dazzling breadth of academ [...] Read more
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