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Vanderbilt University Press spring titles include concentration camp diary, plans for a healthier Nashville

Apr. 25, 2016, 1:05 PM

Vanderbilt University Press has published several new books this spring, including From Day to Day, a reissued World War II concentration camp diary previously out of print for more than half a century, as well as Shaping the Healthy Community, which explores possibilities for a healthier Nashville.

From Day to Day: One Man’s Diary of Survival in Nazi Concentration Camps
Written and illustrated by Odd Nansen; edited and annotated by Timothy J. Boyce. Available in cloth and ebook.

  • Upcoming book event: A discussion and Q-and-A about From Day to Day with editor Timothy J. Boyce will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 2, in the University School of Nashville’s Gordon Multipurpose Room. The event is open to the general public, and copies of From Day to Day will be available for purchase.

Shaping the Healthy Community: The Nashville Plan
by Gary Gaston and Christine Kreyling. A collaboration among the Nashville Civic Design Center, Vanderbilt University Creative Services and Vanderbilt University Press. Available in hardcover and paperback.

Identity and the Second Generation: How Children of Immigrants Find Their Space Edited by Faith G. Nibbs and Caroline B. Brettell. Available in hardcover, paperback and ebook.

Empire’s End: Transnational Connections in the Hispanic World
Edited by Akiko Tsuchiya and William G. Acree Jr. Available in hardcover, paperback and ebook.

Regulating Romance: Youth Love Letters, Moral Anxiety and Intervention in Uganda’s Time of AIDS
by Shanti Parikh. Available in hardcover, paperback and ebook.

The Man Who Wrote Pancho Villa: Martín Luis Guzmán and the Politics of Life Writing
by Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody. Available in hardcover and ebook.

Ethics of Life: Contemporary Iberian Debates
Edited by Katarzyna Beilin and William Viestenz. Available in hardcover, paperback and ebook.

Vanderbilt University Press is the principal publishing arm of Vanderbilt University. The press’s primary mission is to select, produce, market and disseminate scholarly publications of outstanding quality and originality.

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