‘Parallaxic Praxis: Multimodal Interdisciplinary Pedagogical Research Design’ – An award-winning publication
Parallaxic Praxis: Multimodal Interdisciplinary Pedagogical Research Design (2019), the book published by Vernon Press and written by Pauline Sameshima (Lakehead University, Canada), Patricia Maarhuis (Washington State University, US), and Sean Wiebe (University of Prince Edward Island, Canada), has been awarded a 2020 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award.
Vernon Press authors awarded research prizes
The #StopCorruption Association met on December 17, 2019 to reward the work of researchers and students on the subject of fighting against corruption. We are pleased to announce that Sophia Wickberg, from the Centre d’Études Européennes et de Politique Comparée, was awarded the research prize for her chapter on the fluctuating boundaries of the concept of corruption. The chapter, called “Political Corruption in a World in Transition: The Fluctuating Boundaries of Corruption,” is included in the volume edited by Jonathan Mendilow and Éric Phélippeau Political Corruption in a World in Transition (October 2019).
New article from Vernon Press author
Vernon Press author Paul Fendos has published a new article which aims to explore some of the issues discussed in his book The Book of Changes: A Modern Adaptation and Interpretation (Vernon Press, 2018).
Launch Event for Lucy Weir's new book
Lucy Weir invites you to the launch of her book Love is Green: compassion as responsibility in the ecological emergency, just published by Vernon Press.
Vernon Press author presents symposium at Christie’s
Julie Reiss, editor of Art, Theory and Practice in the Anthropocene (Vernon Press, 2018), will present a symposium on artists’ responses to the environmental crisis at Christie's Education, New York.