University Press Week Blog Tour: How to be a better (global) citizen

It’s University Press Week and the Blog Tour is back! This year’s theme is Read. Think. Act. Today’s theme is: How to be a better (global) citizenbanner.upw2019.jpg

University of Virginia Press 

Excerpt from Amitai Etzioni’s latest book, Reclaiming Patriotism, in which he explains how recent global threats to democracy demand the response of a social movement on the scale of the civil rights or environmental movements. Etzioni lays out the requirements and opportunities to achieve such a movement.

Georgetown University Press @GUPress

A post highlighting ways to be a better global citizen in the context of the global refugee crisis accordig to David Hollenbach’s Humanity in Crisis: Ethical and Religious Response to Refugees.

Purdue University Press @purduepress

Blog post by Justin Race, director, talking about my first year with the Press and the value of a small UP that is both local and global in scope and how UPs build awareness and knowledge and foster global communication.

University of Wisconsin Press @UWiscPress

Our blog post will focus on book and journal readings that highlight scholars who are engaging with concepts of global citizenship and influencing public policy to improve global situations.

University Press of Florida @floridapress

Carl Lindskoog, author of Detain and Punish: Haitian Refugees and the Rise of the World’s Largest Immigration Detention System, will provide a list of actions individuals can take if they are concerned about the detention crisis at the US border.

University of Minnesota Press @UMinnPress

Ian G. R. Shaw previews his manifesto for building a future beyond late-stage capitalism, drawing up alternate ways to “make a living” beyond what we’re conditioned for.

University of Nebraska Press  @UnivNebPress

Guest post from Robin Hemley, author of Borderline Citizen, on what it means to be a transnational citizen.

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