With the current war in Sudan unleashing even more violence and suffering in the West Darfur region, it’s more important than ever to bring attention
The Last Consolation Vanished is a unique and haunting first-person Holocaust account by Zalmen Gradowski, a Sonderkommando prisoner killed in Auschwitz. His extraordinary account, accompanied
In their new book, States of Plagues: Reading Albert Camus in a Pandemic, Alice Kaplan and Laura Marris examine Camus’s novel as a palimpsest of pandemic life,
To celebrate the release of our exciting new translation of Claude Lévi-Strauss’s iconic work, La Pensée sauvage, we’re sharing a sneak peek at the translators’ intro.
Friends, we have your quarantine reading right here: The Safe House: A Novel by Christophe Boltanski and translated from the French by Laura Marris. In
Today is the first day of our seasonal Twitter book club #ReadUCP. For our first pick, we invite you to join us throughout July and
Feminist linguist Deborah Cameron’s new book isn’t out until May, but we’re giving you a sneak peek in celebration of Women’s History Month.