They tell me that the cover of my new book, coming out in September from Sharpe, will look like this:
Perhaps I might be forced to do some actual history blogging when that happens.
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Congratulations–I’m amazed at your level of energy as reflected in your multiple endeavors! And I’m sure you’re already at work on the sequel about the transformation of deindustrialization, which promises to be even more radical.
Thanks, by the way, for your advocacy on behalf of us part-timers.
I’m actually in negotiations for a prequel on early industrialization. The goal is to get both of them assigned in survey classes so that I can afford to put my kid through college this fall with the minimum amount of debt possible.
Haven’t you been writing about this subject all along on this blog? (That is, the process of industrializing teaching via the intertoobs?)
Yeah, I’m strangely consistent. The book, however, is almost all about the past (which explains the title of this post).
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"Rees has written a solid, comprehensive account of the technological creation of cold chains in the United States. I wish this book had been available for me to read when I was doing my own research."—Mansel G. Blackford, Ohio State University.
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