New Book Tuesday! Radio Empire, So You Want to Be a Neuroscientist? and Zhou History Unearthed

Our weekly list of new books is now available!

From the Modernist Latitudes series

Radio Empire

The BBC’s Eastern Service and the Emergence of the Global Anglophone Novel

Daniel Ryan Morse

In Radio Empire, Daniel Ryan Morse demonstrates the significance of the Eastern Service for global Anglophone literature and literary broadcasting. He traces how modernist writers used radio to experiment with form and introduce postcolonial literature to global audiences. 

So You Want to Be a Neuroscientist?

Ashley Juavinett

So You Want to Be a Neuroscientist? is a contemporary and engaging guide for aspiring neuroscientists of diverse backgrounds and interests. Fresh with the experience of having recently launched her own career, Ashley Juavinett provides a candid look at the field, offering practical guidance that explores everything from programming to personal stories.

Zhou History Unearthed

The Bamboo Manuscript Xinian and Early Chinese Historiography

Yuri Pines

Zhou History Unearthed offers both a novel understanding of early Chinese historiography and a fully annotated translation of Xinian (String of Years), the most notable historical manuscript from the state of Chu. Yuri Pines elucidates the importance of Xinian and other recently discovered texts for our understanding of history writing in Zhou China (1046–255 BCE), as well as major historical events and topics such as Chu’s cultural identity.

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