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Archive for the 'CUPOLA' Category

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Katerina Kolozova on The Real in Contemporary Philosophy

The Philosopher in Meditation by Rembrandt

This week we are featuring the Insurrections: Critical Studies in Religion, Politics, and Culture series, edited by Clayton Crockett, Creston Davis, Jeffrey Robbins, and Slavoj Zizek. Remember to enter our Book Giveaway to win FREE copies of The Incident at Antioch by Alain Badiou, Rage and Time by Peter Sloterdijk, and Hermeneutic Communism by Gianni Vattimo and Santiago Zabala. Also check out Insurrections on Pinterest!

Today, we have a guest post from Professor Katerina Kolozova, in which she discusses what she sees as the state of The Real today and outlines some ideas in her forthcoming book Cut of the Real, to be published by Columbia University Press in the Fall:

What Baudrillard called the perfect crime has become the malaise of the global(ized) intellectual of the beginning of the 21’st century. The “perfect crime” in question is the murder of the real, carried out in such way as to create the conviction it never existed and that the traces of its erased existence were mere symptom of its implacable originary absence. The era of postmodernism has been one of oversaturation with signification as a reality in its own right and also as the only possible reality. In 1995, with the publication of The Perfect Crime, Baudrillard declared full realization of the danger he warned against as early as in 1976 in his book The Symbolic Exchange and Death. The latter book centered on the plea to affirm reality in its form of negativity, i.e., as death and the trauma of interrupted life. And he did not write of some static idea of the “Negative,” of “the constitutive lack” or “absence” as conceived by postmodernism and epistemological poststructuralism. The fact that, within the poststructuralist theoretical tradition, the real has been treated as the “inaccessible” and “the unthinkable” has caused “freezing” of the category (of the real) as immutable, univocal and bracketed out of discursiveness as an unspoken axiom.

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Friday, February 25th, 2011

Columbia University Press Online Access (CUPOLA)

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Visitors to the Columbia University Press site will notice that many of our titles in social work, business, and economics, now include a button that allows you to access the book on Columbia University Press Online Access (CUPOLA).

As a reminder CUPOLA provides quick and easy access to full-text e-books and chapters of CUP’s titles. It allows you to search the full text of books or chapters and offers free access to selected chapters, notes, references, and indexes. Various purchase options let you decide how CUPOLA will work best for you and allow you to download e-books or chapters to your computer or view them on your e-reader.

CUPOLA was recently featured on the Tizra blog (Tizra created the Web platform for CUPOLA). In describing our use of CUPOLA they write:

A reader who just wants to answer quick questions about, say, how the concept of Strategic Innovation applies to Bill Gates, could just buy a chapter and browse it immediately online. Someone with a deep interest in the topic could buy the right to download the whole book, load it into their ereader and take it with them on the road.

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

New Book Tuesday and New Additions to CUPOLA

One new book hot off the presses and now available:

Audience Evolution: New Technologies and the Transformation of Media Audiences
Philip M. Napoli

We’ve also added some new titles to our newly launched Columbia University Press Online Access (CUPOLA), which allows you to buy digital editions of our books and individual chapters:

Twenty-First Century Motherhood: Experience, Identity, Policy Agency
Edited by Andrea O’Reilly

Parental Monitoring of Adolescents: Current Perspectives for Researchers and Practitioners
Edited by Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, James Jaccard, and Patricia Dittus

Transnational Social Work Practice
Edited by Nalini Junko Negi and Rich Furman

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Announcing Columbia University Press Online Access (CUPOLA)

CUPOLA

We are very excited to announce the launch of Columbia University Press Online Access (CUPOLA).

CUPOLA provides quick and easy access to full-text e-books and chapters of CUP’s award-winning academic and trade publications.

CUPOLA allows users to search the full text of books or chapters and link to individual pages for future reference. CUPOLA also offers free access to selected chapters, notes, references, and indexes. Flexible and variable purchase options let you decide how CUPOLA will work best for you and allow you to download e-books or chapters to your computer or view them on your e-reader.

CUPOLA is now offering access to more than sixty titles in Social Work and Business and Economics. In the coming months, we will be adding more titles in these fields and from other subject areas as well.

Some titles currently available include:

The Matthew Effect: How Advantage Begets Further Advantage
Daniel Rigney

Escaping the Resource Curse
Edited by Macartan Humphreys, Jeffrey D. Sachs, and Joseph Stiglitz

Social Work Practice Research for the Twenty-First Century
Anne Fortune, Philip McCallion, and Katherine Briar-Lawson

More Than You Know: Finding Financial Wisdom in Unconventional Places
Michael Mauboussin