Free Review Copies of Princeton University Press Books
I’m very pleased to announce the continued expansion of our book review project. In addition to Oxford, Cambridge, and Harvard, Princeton University Press will now offer free review copies to our blog readers who agree to write a book review. Please email your proposals to me.
To read some previous book reviews, along with book-related posts, please visit our book review archive page.
Here are some recent titles in law/politics by Princeton University Press:
* James Bessen & Michael J. Meurer, Patent Failure: How Judges, Bureaucrats, and Lawyers Put Innovators at Risk
* James L. Gibson & Gregory A. Caldeira, Citizens, Courts, and Confirmations: Positivity Theory and the Judgments of the American People
* Kent Greenawalt, Religion and the Constitution, Volume 1: Free Exercise and Fairness
* Kent Greenawalt, Religion and the Constitution, Volume 2: Establishment and Fairness
* Mark A. R. Kleiman, When Brute Force Fails: How to Have Less Crime and Less Punishment
* Jonathan R. Macey, Corporate Governance: Promises Kept, Promises Broken
* Daniel Markovits, A Modern Legal Ethics: Adversary Advocacy in a Democratic Age
* Andrei Marmor, Social Conventions: From Language to Law
* Eric A. Posner & David Weisbach, Climate Change Justice
* Steven H. Shiffrin, The Religious Left and Church-State Relations
* Cass R. Sunstein, Republic.com 2.0
* Brian Z. Tamanaha, Beyond the Formalist-Realist Divide: The Role of Politics in Judging
Feel free to propose a review of any of the above books or any other recent books in Princeton University Press’s catalog.