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The Specter of Salem: Remembering the Witch Trials in Nineteenth-Century America
Gretchen A. Adams discusses in her book the use of the Salem witch trials in political rhetoric and meaning to Americans from the Revolution to the Civil War and beyond.
In the Peanut Gallery with Mystery Science Theater 3000: Essays on Film, Fandom, Technology and Culture of Riffing
Two Texas Tech librarians, Rob Weiner and Shelley Barba, explore the academic and cultural importance spurred on by the popular cult television show “Mystery Science Theatre 3000” in their new book.
Hot Off of Texas Tech’s Own Press
Texas Tech University Press celebrates 40 years of promoting research and scholarship through entertaining and enlightening works.
Nanotechnology Law and Policy
Texas Tech University School of Law professor Victoria Sutton takes a look at legal, regulatory and policy issues surrounding the science of nanotechnology in her new book.
Carmen Lomas Garza
Texas Tech professor Constance Cortez recently was awarded first place at the 2011 International Latino Book Awards for her biography on a Chicana artist Carmen Lomas Garza.
David and Lee Roy: A Vietnam Story
Following an investigation into the heroic wartime death of his close friend, former Red Raider David Nelson took his memories to the pages in his book published by the Texas Tech University Press.