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Congratulations to our Foreword/INDIEFAB Finalists
3/18/2016
We're proud to announce that six of our books are finalists for Foreword magazine's INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards. From the Rowman & Littlefield imprint, congratulations to the authors and editors of: Sport Philosophy Now and Collaborating Against Human Trafficking. From R&L's trade division, Globe Pequot, honors go to: Birth, Death and a Tractor and Muddy Boots (both Down East Books), and Unconditional Honor and American Pain (both from Lyons Press).
Daniels earns lifetime achievement award
3/4/2016
Rowman & Littlefield author David Daniels (Daniels' Orchestral Music) has been honored with a lifetime achievement award by the College Orchestra Directors Association (CODA). "Dr. Daniels has been incredibly influential in the world of orchestral conducting in many ways, but he is most famous for his book," said Gregory Cunningham, head of the music department at Oakland University. "It is an essential reference and people use it all over the world."
American Alliance of Museums to partner with R&L
2/26/2016
The American Alliance of Museums has selected Rowman & Littlefield as its copublisher. The deal will allow AAM’s expert books and authoritative imprint to benefit from R&L’s well-established market position in museum studies, as well as our global marketing and distribution network.
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FEATURED AUTHORS
Teri Finneman
Teri Finneman is assistant professor of journalism at South Dakota State University and former political reporter.
Gary S. Moak M.D.
Gary S. Moak, M.D. is a past president of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry and 2011 recipient of its clinician-of-the-year award.
Mary Kay Morrison
Mary Kay Morrison, founder and director of Humor Quest, is enthusiastic about exploring the links between cognitive research and humor.
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