Author Archives: Tiffany Tzeng

Welcome to UIP’s 2020 AEJMC virtual exhibit! Now more than ever, we rely on journalism and mass communication to learn about what’s happening in the world on both a regional and international scale. Take a look at some of our … Continue reading

We are pleased to announce that “Where You Are Accepted, You Blossom: Toward Care Ethics in Jazz Historiography” by Vanessa Blais-Tremblay from Jazz and Culture Vol. 2 has won the 2020 International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) Canada … Continue reading

Welcome to the University of Illinois Press Society for American Music 2020 virtual exhibit! Step inside and take a look at some of our featured titles on music in America, as well as interviews with UIP authors and specially curated … Continue reading

Todd Decker is serving as the editor of American Music, the oldest scholarly journal devoted to the subject, from 2020 to 2022.  Todd Decker is Professor of Musicology at Washington University, St. Louis, MO where he teaches courses on twentieth-century … Continue reading

This Pride Month, we invite our readers to honor the contributions of LGBTQ+ activists with this collection of some of our recent titles featuring a range of experiences within diverse contexts. For more titles, check out the full list of … Continue reading

Being part of a large public university is a constant reminder that education is about transformation. Students are changed by their time here, by their encounters with new ideas and with others who are different from themselves. Faculty are changed … Continue reading

Welcome to our MHA 2020 virtual exhibit! Even though we are unable to attend MHA in person, we are still excited to share with you our Mormon studies related content. Take a look at our books, journals, interviews, blog posts, … Continue reading

The following is a guest post from Christine Talbot, author of A Foreign Kingdom: Mormons and Polygamy in American Political Culture, 1852-1890. This June, we are offering a free ebook copy of her book. See the bottom of the post … Continue reading

In June’s free ebook, join Christine Talbot as she explores how Mormon plural marriage generated decades of cultural and political conflict over competing definitions of legitimate marriage and family structure in A Foreign Kingdom. In 1852-1890, polygamy put Mormonism at … Continue reading

Happy Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! Here is a list of some of our favorite titles, featuring a diverse range of Asian and Pacific Islander American voices and stories. Be sure to check out our series on The Asian American … Continue reading

About Tiffany Tzeng

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