Category Archives: frivolity
I feel pretty good about Tweed’s graphic design when I see resonances between it and Harvard University Press books! If we compare the promotional banner for the new translation of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century and Tweed’s header design, it … Continue reading
This spring, my main squeeze, Rich, completed a course of study in economics. He now has four degrees to my mere three. To celebrate, he had the idea that we should take a trip—something significant but eminently feasible. He suggested … Continue reading
Happy Valentine’s Day, scholars! These are electronic postcards that you’d be smart to send! Enjoy. TweetShare this with your friends on Facebook.
It’s all very happenstance, but a series of events led to UPPERCASE magazine devoting a two-page spread to me and my work with Tweed. UPPERCASE is “a magazine for the creative and curious.” While its focus is not academics, scholarship … Continue reading
The best thing about the academy is the academic community. Thanks for being mine. I’m truly delighted that our work together advances your publication goals and your scholarly career. And your research is my greatest source of intellectual challenge and … Continue reading
A few chillier days in Portland have made something abundantly clear to me: summer may be over. Part of me doesn’t want to concede that it’s already the traditional time to hit the books, to start new intellectual projects, and … Continue reading
It’s Labor Day weekend in the United States, and I’m finding that I actually do have time to enjoy the holiday. This is no small achievement. Since you readers are academics, I’m guessing you’re pretty familiar with quasi–free time. Our … Continue reading
Whatever you have planned for the weekend, make the most of it, writers! TweetShare this with your friends on Facebook.
A couple weeks ago, I drove to the Oregon coast with my sweetie, who is a Paul Krugman devotee. (Krugman is a professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton and writes an op-ed column and a blog for the … Continue reading