This book outlines the century of Clemson's architectural program in the form of a time-line, laid out in two half-century parts.
his book documents most of the events held in 2013 to celebrate the first hundred years of Clemson University's architectural program (1913-2013). The centennial events began in March with a four-campus meeting to honor the Charles E. Daniel Center for Building Research and Urban Studies in Genoa, Italy, and the Barcelona Architecture Center. Exhibitions, lectures, and other events continued at various locations (in Clemson and elsewhere) through October.
by Ed. Catherine Paul and Justin Kishbaugh
Appetites, a startling collection full of poems that chart desire through an abandoned couch transformed into redeeming ecstasy, . . .
Clemson University: A Campus Coloring Book (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2020), 104 pages, paperback, ISBN: 978-1-949979-60-2.
Community Heroes: A Guide to Being Brave in the Face of Coronavirus. by Renée Lyons (Author), Sarah Rose Lyons (Illustrator). (Clemson, SC: Clemson University College of Science, 2020), 24pp. ISBN: 978-1-949979-99-2
The most compelling dilemma one faces in reading William Ramsey's Dilemmas is whether to linger on one poem, wringing all the pleasure possible from a single piece, or to hurry on in an effort to absorb the cumulative effect of the entire volume.
(Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2017), Hard cover. ISBN 978-1-942954-52-1
The Aug. 21, 2017 total solar eclipse was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. A team of writers and photographers has chronicled this rare celestial event. This high-quality, keepsake book contains a poem by renowned Southern author Ron Rash, essays from a variety of Clemson University experts, and dozens of full-page color photos of the eclipse, the event, and the people in attendance.
While Epic Peters: Pullman Porter covers well the black porter of the 1920s, Cohen conveys an intimate knowledge of passenger service on the busy main line of the Southern Railway between Birmingham, Atlanta, Charlotte, Washington, and New York City.
Eye of the World is the sixth installment in a series of poetry collections Ronald Moran has published with CUDP. The series also includes
Saying These Things (2004)
- The Blurring of Time (2007)
- Waiting (2009)
- The Jane Poems (2011)
- The Tree in the Mind: Poems (2014)
Ezra’s Book. Edited by Justin Kishbaugh and Catherine E. Paul.
Fascist Directive, by Catherine Paul (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2018), 362 pages, paperback, ISBN 978-1-942954-72-9
This book is a potpourri of thirty-two essays and poems written by Skip Eisiminger between the turn of the twenty-first century and mid-2006.
This is a book about a man who may have done more to give the parks their present character than anyone in their history. . .
"Girls Like You is a masterful collection - at turns haunting, hilarious and heartbreaking. Douaihy pulls off a magic trick: by focusing our attention to deeply intimate moments and memories, her gorgeously wrought poems conjure the epic."
This book presents the graves of writers from the American South. The selection is based on the authors' popular or critical reputations and the appeal and accessibility of their gravesites.
Kathryn Kirkpatrick’s tour de force, Her Small Hands Were Not Beautiful, proves once and for all that the scholar's detective work can serve the poet's task.
Héroes de la Comunidad: Una Guía Para Enfrentar Con Seguridad Al Coronavirus. by Renée Lyons (Author), Sarah Rose Lyons (Illustrator). (Clemson, SC: Clemson University College of Science, 2020), 24pp. ISBN: 978-1-949979-98-5
"Siedlarz's debut collection of poems about her brother's life as a soldier in Afghanistan shimmers like the heat over desert sand where civilians and soldiers alike are caught and often destroyed by powers that cannot be controlled."
Ice on a Hot Stove: A Decade of Converse MFA Poetry. Edited by Rick Mulkey and Denise Duhamel (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2021). 140pp. ISBN: 978-1-63804-004-0
Conceived on the 150th anniversary of W. B. Yeats’s birth, International Yeats Studies is an open access journal that brings together scholarship from Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa, and addresses Yeats’s place in world literature. These bound editions collect articles from each volume for those who would prefer print copies.
The product of a famous family and an exceptional woman, Anna was also, as Russell ably demonstrates, very much "a southern lady." Her story--her "life's journey," as Calhoun told his daughter her life would be . . .
“Let Us Imagine Her Name is as remarkable as any book I’ve read in a long time: a memoir of a life that began with a huge strike against it, by a woman trying on identities to find one that best fits. Sue Walker’s writing sparkles. The whole book is an amazing tour de force certain to fascinate and regale.”
"While writing these essays, both of my parents died. When I read that Cicero had left his son a series of brief personal 'letters,' I was disappointed that my parents had not done something similar. That's when I decided. . .
John Dos Passos, Manhattan Transfer, edited by Donald Pizer (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2020), 412 pages, xxiv, paperback, ISBN: 978-1-949979-61-9.
by Gary Allen
Architects are known for drawing blueprints with T-squares and triangles on drawing boards. They no longer do. Building designs today are produced on computers.
"At least since the dawn of the Romantic era, it has been assumed that the poet lives a lonely life, isolated in his garret. Nevertheless, writers are not always hermits and misanthropes. . ."
This book mirrors the narrative possibilities of fabric that is both luxury and utility, Scranton Lace occupies the space between the real and imagined. By Margot Douaihy with illustrations by Bri Hermanson.
Amy L. Dabbs and Zachary Snipes. ISBN: 9781638040149. 62pp.
"Scott Owens and Priscilla Campbell create characters by reading our souls, create scenes by framing the pictures that live in our memories. . ."
John Sexton has everything: wealth, the privileges of British society, and a Curse that kills the men of his family. . .
An interest in the Georgia loyalists, which I developed during a brief residence in that state, exposed me to the fact that, except for Robert W. Barnwell, 'Loyalism in South Carolina, 1765–1785' (Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1941), South Carolina's loyalists in the Revolution had not been studied in any comprehensive way.
Still Time on Pye Pond, by Danielle Fontaine (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2021), 64pp, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-949979-82-4.
Clemson University Press is proud to partner with Clemson Blue Cheese to publish a cookbook featuring nearly 200 ways to savor one of Clemson’s signature products. Chef Thormose offers refined versions of classic dishes as well as creative ways to enhance your favorite fare with a little Clemson spirit. Blue cheese is no longer just for salad dressing!
The Blurring of Time is the fourth installment in a series of poetry collections Ronald Moran has published with CUDP.
The European Metropolis: Paris and Nineteenth-Century Irish Women Novelists, by Matthew L. Reznicek (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2019), 240 pages, paperback, ISBN: 9781949979202
This book is destined to become the standard reference for understanding Clemson's founding and early years up to July 1, 1964.
In this special bundle, you can get the complete history of Clemson University from its founding in 1889 to the beginning of the new millennium in two handsome paperback volumes.
This book is destined to become the standard reference for understanding Clemson's founding and years from 1964-2000.
Moran's wife, Jane, passed away in 2009, and The Jane Poems captures, in a poetry that is sometimes wry, sometimes deeply poignant, their difficult final years together and Moran's struggle to cope with her death.
The Nature of Clemson: A Field Guide to the Natural History of Clemson University, by Lisa K. Wagner, Umit Yilmaz, Victor B. Shelburne, Jerry A. Waldvogel, and Mary Taylor Haque, (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2005, new edition 2018), 102 pages, paperback, ISBN: 9780974151694
The Paintings and Drawings of John Dos Passos: A Collection and Study. Ed. Donald Pizer, Lisa K. Nanney, and Richard Layman (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2017). 109 pages. Color insert. ISBN 9781942954217
Ben Jonson and Inigo Jones enjoyed one of the most successful theatrical collaborations of Renaissance England with their spectacular court masques. But their relationship soured over a dispute . . .
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Ultimately, this book about love and loss becomes a celebration and an expression of gratitude. No more stirring tribute to the power of another in our life, to a relationship, to love, has been written.
The W. B. and George Yeats Library: A Short-title Catalog, by Wayne K. Chapman, 3rd edition (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2019), 320 pp. Paperback. ISBN 978-1-949979-22-0
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Thomas Green Clemson (1807–1888) was no ordinary man. He was, in fact, as unique as he was highly educated, skilled, pragmatic, visionary, and complex.
Travelers' Rest is a family epic, but it is also an American epic, carrying a message that can also be found in Ben Robertson's other, more famous works, Red Hills and Cotton and I Saw England (his first-hand account of the Battle of Britain). Thoughts of the Republic's founding and American values were very much on Robertson's mind. . .
In this companion book to Mrs. Dalloway, Molly Hoff illuminates much that is hidden in Virginia Woolf's celebrated and often misunderstood novel.
The Seventeenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf focused on the themes of art, education, and internationalism.
The Eleventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf (hosted by the University of Wales Bangor in June 2001) was the first to be held outside the United States. This voyage across the Atlantic was the stimulus for an exploration of themes. . .
A Vision is all-encompassing in its stated aims and scope, and it invites a wide range of approaches—as demonstrated in the essays collected here, written by the foremost scholars in the field.
“Bodiless, like wisps of smoke on windless days / they rose,” begins one poem in Ronald Moran’s latest collection. . ."
Winter Tree Identification for the Southern Appalachians and Piedmont: A Photographic Guide, by Donald L. Hagan, Crystal Strickland, and Hailey Malone (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Press, 2019), 202 pages, paperback, ISBN: 978-1-949979-14-5
Women Against Tyranny: Poems of Resistance during the Holocaust tells the forgotten stories of women, from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds, who resisted throughout Europe during World War II.
The Eighteenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf focused on Woolf as editor both of her own work and. . .
The Thirteenth International Conference on Virginia Woolf was hosted by Smith College, a women's college in Northampton, Massachusetts, in June 2003. Nearly 200 scholars delivered papers exploring the ways Woolf engaged. . .
The Sixteenth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf aimed to explore Woolf's work from perspectives "beyond the boundary" of her own positions and attitudes. . .