Many FDU Press books are authored by more than one person, or are edited collections of pieces written by numerous contributors. Erica Moretti, (assistant professor of Italian at Fashion Institute of Technology-SUNY), who co-edited with Sharon Wood, (professor emerita of Italian at the University of Leicester), "Annie Chartres Vivanti: Transnational Politics, Identity, and Culture," (FDUP 2016) recently reached out to us to acknowledge the many contributors to their volume. Some of these contributors include: Sara Ceroni, Julie Dashwood, Ursula Fanning, Ombretta Frau, Enrico Minardi, and Lisa Sarti. Please see the book itself for the other authors in the collection, as they are too numerous to mention here.
Throw Back Thursday: With technology what it is today, it is hard to imagine record keeping all being done by hand. When the FDU PRESS first started FIFTY YEARS AGO, that WAS how it was done. ... See MoreSee Less
Just like the FDU Press, the QuickCheck brand of convenience stores -- which is also a New Jersey-based company -- is celebrating their FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY. As QuickCheck CEO Dean Durling states, "We are thrilled to celebrate 50 years of meeting the needs of our customers." We, too, are happy to celebrate 50 years of satisfying our readers, authors, and editors.
So, grab a cup of coffee, check out our web site, and settle down with a good book!
War may be brought upon by a lack of communication, but war also then creates fodder for literature and art. A book which examines not only the historical outcome of the "Great War" but also the aesthetic developments is "Great War Modernism: Artistic Response in the Context of War, 1914-1918," edited by Nanette Norris (FDUP, 2016). ... See MoreSee Less
It is President's Day weekend and many people will have a long weekend or go shopping while stores have discounts and sales. At FDU Press, we like to reflect upon the many American History books that we have published on American Presidents like Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Taft. ... See MoreSee Less