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February 2020

Winter 2020 Catalog From Berkshire

Click the catalog cover at left to open a flipbook showing Winter Spotlight titles. The pansy you see on the cover of this catalog was growing in a crack in the pavement outside a hotel in the Cotswolds. Its

January 2020

Big History Ebooks Now Available For WH & BHP Classes

Cynthia Stokes Brown wrote BIG HISTORY, SMALL WORLD to help Big History Project students and their teachers, many of whom she knew and befriended in the earliest days of big history education. David Christian's THIS FLEETING WORLD is widely

February 2019

The Georgian Feast with Darra Goldstein

Professor and cookery writer Darra Goldstein talks with Karen Christensen about the 25th-anniversary edition of her cookbook, The Georgian Feast, published by the University of California Press.

November 2018

Scientist, Blogger, Culinary Translator

Sean Chen explains how a biomedical engineer and blogger became the first person to translate the Qing dynasty gastronomic masterpiece, the Suiyuan Shidan, into English.

November 2017

October 2017

Kerry Brown, Reader and Reviewer

We have long wanted to publish book reviews, and suddenly find ourselves with a starter set of more than 20, thanks to Kerry Brown of King's College London, editor in chief of the Berkshire Dictionary

September 2017

Kerry Brown reviews Citizen Clem by John Bew

While wandering around China in late September last year, on the interminable bus and high speed train journeys, I managed to read through my colleague at King’s College, John Bew’s new biography of Clement Attlee,


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