Mina Loy’s Critical Modernism

“The first book to fully explore the Italian context for Loy’s modernism as well as her thinking around questions of sexual and feminist politics.”—Suzanne Hobson, author of Angels of Modernism: Religion, Culture, Aesthetics 1910–1960   “This study will be of critical importance in studies of Mina Loy and, more broadly, in efforts to reconsider and retheorize … Continue reading Mina Loy’s Critical Modernism

Art Levy Remembers Patrick Smith

Written by Art Levy, author of Made in Florida: Artists, Celebrities, Activists, Educators, and Other Icons in the Sunshine State   Sitting one-on-one across a table from someone, asking questions, listening to the answers, asking more questions, that’s my journalistic comfort zone. My University Press of Florida book—Made in Florida: Artists, Celebrities, Activists, Educators, and Other … Continue reading Art Levy Remembers Patrick Smith

Iconography and Wetsite Archaeology of Florida’s Watery Realms

“A useful resource for Florida archaeology and for archaeologists and others interested in iconography and wetsite archaeology. The volume also illustrates the value of revisiting legacy collections, some of which were recovered decades ago, further exemplifying the relevance of museum collections in current archaeological inquiry.”—Ann S. Cordell, coauthor of Archaeology of Northern Florida, A.D. 200–900: The … Continue reading Iconography and Wetsite Archaeology of Florida’s Watery Realms

How the New Deal Built Florida Tourism

“Weaving together the stories of private conservationists, state boosters, and New Dealers, Nelson captures a pivotal moment in the development of Florida as a tourist destination. We may be surprised by the sacrifices of CCC workers or the schemes of Florida’s politicians, but readers will appreciate all the more how their efforts have preserved some … Continue reading How the New Deal Built Florida Tourism

Contemporary Challenges in Medical Education

“Superb. A valuable reference tool for a wide range of topics that every medical educator should know about. A must-read for all medical school administrators, especially in areas of curriculum, student affairs, faculty affairs, ethics, and professionalism.”—Roberta E. Sonnino, former professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine While medical schools usually emphasize the teaching of … Continue reading Contemporary Challenges in Medical Education