Just for opening day, here’s The Cambridge Companion to Baseball coeditor Lenny Cassuto talking about the national pastime, its two pasts, and its troubled present. Play ball!
Pregame for opening day at The Cambridge Companion to Baseball book launch this Thursday evening at Borders Columbus Circle. Game time is 7 pm. BYO peanuts and Cracker Jacks.
Legal education reform is crucial to the project of promoting “the possibility of justice.” And reformers of the profession have long focused on changing the nature and culture of law school to create more public-minded professionals. But as David Segal’s recent New York Times piece (“Is Law School a Losing Game?”) reminds us, the role [...]
We’re pleased to announce that Stephen Nathanson’s Terrorism and the Ethics of War has been selected by the American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP) as the 2010′s best book in social philosophy. Congratulations to Professor Nathanson!
The history of natural resource use and development, from the Agricultural Transition 12,000 years ago to the present, suggests that humankind has had to surmount successive scarcity problems: From Malthusian population-land “traps” to fossil fuel scarcity, and now, ecological scarcity.