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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

A book published by Northwestern University Press. Longtime editor Parneshia Jones was recently named NUP’s new director.

An editor for two decades, Parneshia Jones announced as new director of Northwestern University Press

September 22, 2020

Parneshia Jones, an editor for Northwestern University Press for the last two decades, was recently named its new director, according to a news release. NUP is the scholarly and trade publishing arm...

A book published by Northwestern University Press. Longtime editor Parneshia Jones was recently named NUP’s new director.

Mellon Grant awarded to Northwestern University Press to support increased diversity in academic publishing

February 26, 2019

A $1,205,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded to the University of Washington Press will fund three annual cycles of editorial fellows at six university presses including Northwestern’s,...

NU faculty discuss books, promote literary community at Chicago Book Expo

October 2, 2017

Northwestern faculty and staff discussed the Chicago literary scene and their own work at the Chicago Book Expo on Sunday, furthering various departments’ engagement in the city’s literary community,...

Author and Holocaust survivor Ava Kadishson Schieber speaks at Fiedler Hillel about her new book, “Present Past.” Schieber launched the collection of stories, artwork and poetry that describe her life after the Holocaust at an event  Sunday.

Holocaust survivor discusses new book on life after war at Fiedler Hillel

October 16, 2016

Author and artist Ava Kadishson Schieber’s first painting after surviving the Holocaust was of a whirlpool. “If I could paint it out, I could face it,” Schieber told The Daily. “That was how...

Lori Osborne searches through files of historical records in the basement of Evanston’s Charles Gates Dawes House. She has worked as the Evanston History Center archivist for 10 years.

Charles Dawes biography, set to release in August, will use information from Evanston Archivist’s basement archive

July 16, 2016

Lori Osborne carefully climbs down a steep flight of stairs into a dim expanse. She inhales, the musky air mingling with rotting paper and dust-covered furniture. To her, the scent is warm and familiar. Osborne’s...

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