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The Logan Notebooks

by Rebecca Lindenberg
Clouds, mountains, flowering trees. Difficult things. Things lost by being photographed. Things that have lost their power. Things found in a rural grocery store. These are some of the lists, poems, prose poems, and lyric anecdotes compiled in The Logan Notebooks, a remix and a reimagining of The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon, a collection of intimate and imaginative observations about place?a real place, an interior landscape?and identity, at the intersection of the human with the world, and the language we have (and do not yet have) for perceiving it.

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PMP Certification

A Beginner's Guide, Second Edition

by George G. Angel, PMP, SAPM
Price: $35.95 (Paper)

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Join Hiroshi Kashiwagi, author of Starting from Loomis this weekend for a reading at the Buddhist Church of San Francisco, before the opening ceremony of the 76th Ginza Bazaar!
Saturday, July 26th at Noon
1881 Pine Street, San Francisco 94109
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Angela Harris, a coeditor of Presumed Incompetent, talks to Truthout about the challenges facing nonwhite and nonheterosexual academics. Check it out!

UPC and four other university presses are working with the American Anthropological Association on a new approach to book reviews. See this article from the Chronicle of Higher Education, featuring our illustrious director Darrin Pratt!

Two UPC titles have won Southwest Book Design Awards from the New Mexico Book Association! Yellowstone Wildlife is the winner in the Trade Book Illustrated category and Soils, Climate, and Society in the Scholarly and Technical category.

Listen to USUP authors Lynne McNeill and Trevor Blank talk about digital culture on KEUR's Radio West.

The Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law and Justice has just published an entire edition of the journal dedicated to responses to Presumed Incompetent. Volume 29, Issue 2 (2014) consists of the first part of a series of papers presented at a daylong symposium at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law on March 8, 2013. The Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice hosted more than forty speakers who were invited to celebrate and respond to Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia, an anthology that explores the experiences of women of color in higher education from a variety of perspectives. The entire journal and all its contents are offered free and open access by the Law Journals and Related Materials at Berkeley Law Scholarship Repository.