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"Midwest Archaeological Perspectives” book series and dissertation prize are launched

The American Midcontinent, stretching from the Appalachians to the Great Plains, and from the Boreal Forests to the Gulf of Mexico, is home to a rich and deep multiethnic past that continues to fascinate scholars and the public even after 150 years of exploration. Beginning with colonization by the first Native American big game hunters, through the origins of domestic food production and construction of the largest earthen monuments in North America, and ultimately the entry of multiple colonial empires and their varying interactions with native populations, the story of the region is an exciting one of changing cultural and environmental interactions and adaptive strategies.

To explore this region from new and differing vantage points, The Midwest Archaeological Conference, Inc., and the University of Notre Dame Press are pleased to announce the...

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New book series on Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn established

The University of Notre Dame Press is launching a new book series showcasing the writings and continuing influence of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1918–2008), the Nobel Prize–winning novelist and historian. The series, The Center for Ethics and Culture Solzhenitsyn Series, makes available works of Solzhenitsyn, including works not previously translated into English, and aims to provide the leading platform in the West for exploring the many facets of his literary career. In his novels, essays, memoirs, and speeches, Solzhenitsyn exposed the devastating core of totalitarianism and warned against political, economic, and cultural dangers to the human spirit. In addition to publishing his work, this new series features thoughtful writers and commentators who draw inspiration from the Solzhenitsyn canon.

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