Yearly Archives: 2013

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  • 31 Dec 2013

    Hemingway’s New Year Resolutions

    With Volume 2 ending in 1925, what would've been Hemingway's New Year's resolutions?

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  • 30 Dec 2013

    Into the Intro: Who’s Bigger?

    In Who's Bigger? Where Historical Figures Really Rank, computer scientists Steven Skiena and Charles Ward take an algorithmic approach to the question of who matters in the historical record. By analyzing scanned books and web pages like Wikipedia, they have a created a system for ranking the most—and least—significant people throughout history. Read an excerpt from their book below.

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  • 27 Dec 2013
    Andrew Martin

    Top 10 most read fifteeneightyfour blog posts in 2013

    With the year almost at an end, we take a look back at the top ten most read fifteeneightyfour articles of 2013.

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  • 26 Dec 2013

    The Truth about Pakistan: An Interview with Daniel Markey

    In this Cafe DC interview, Daniel Markey, the author of No Exit from Pakistan, discusses the complex politics involved in America’s often-fraught relationship with Islamabad. You can hear more from Daniel Markey about US-Pakistan relations by watching his interviews at the Council on Foreign Relations and the World Affairs Council.  

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  • 25 Dec 2013

    Happy Holidays!

    Happy Holidays, from all of us here at fifteeneightyfour and Cambridge University Press!

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  • 24 Dec 2013

    Hemingway’s holiday wish list

    If Hemingway had a wish list for Christmas.

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  • 23 Dec 2013

    Holiday Gift Guide: Coffee Table Books

    These beautiful volumes not only contain the very latest in their fields, but also fabulous illustrations that will look right at home on your coffee table. Let your holiday guests peruse stunning photographs and elaborate drawings in these Cambridge essentials!

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  • 20 Dec 2013

    Holiday Gift Guide: Drama & Music

    Music and drama lovers rejoice! We have the essential books on your favorite genres and composers, and beautiful new volumes of classic plays.

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