The New York Times on Breach of Peace and We Shall Overcome
Maurice Berger of the New York Times's Lens blog takes a look at Breach of Peace: Portraits of the 1961 Mississippi Freedom Riders by Eric Etheridge:
"50 Years After Their Mug Shots, Portraits of Mississippi’s Freedom Riders"
Margaret Renkl writes in the New York Times about the ways in which We Shall Overcome: Press Photographs of Nashville during the Civil Rights Era and the photography exhibition on which it is based expose decades of civic mythmaking:
"Looking Our Racist History in the Eye"
Recent Reviews of People Only Die of Love in Movies
Justin Chang of the Los Angeles Times , Noel Murray of the Village Voice , William Boyle of the Oxford American , and Sean Burns of RogerEbert.com explore the power of Jim Ridley's writing in People Only Die of Love in Movies: Film Writing by Jim Ridley (edited by Steve Haruch).
Announcing Our New Distribution Arrangement with Longleaf Services
Vanderbilt UP is pleased to announce that our books are now available from Longleaf Services, Inc., effective June 1, 2018. Additional information about our new distribution arrangement is available here.