#Book Talks

Science & Technology

Xuan Grace Wang, Sajid Bashir and Jingbo Louise Liu on “Nanochemistry”

Nanomaterials are turning sci-fi into reality and offer promising avenues for a wide range of applications in science and industry. We met with the book editors of “Nanochemistry” to talk about the tiny particles with great potential.

Arts & Humanities

Andreas Witt and Darja Fišer on “CLARIN. The Infrastructure for Language Resources”

CLARIN, the “Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure,” is dedicated to supporting the exchange, use, and sustainability of language data in the humanities and beyond. In our latest book talk, we spoke with the editors of a new publication that provides a comprehensive overview of the organization and how it works.

Arts & Humanities

Elisa Cuter, Guido Kirsten and Hanna Prenzel on “Precarity in European Film”

In our latest book talk we explore questions of precarity in European cinema. What exactly does precarity mean? Is class still a relevant issue today? And can we identify common themes in films selected from across Europe? To find out, we sat down with the three editors of “Precarity in European Film.”

Arts & Humanities

Esther Wright on “Rockstar Games and American History”

Video games often present unique takes on historical narratives. In her latest book, Esther Wright explores historical authenticity in the Rockstar Games franchise. To learn more, we got together with her for a book talk.

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