Transaction Publishers, an independent publisher of social science books, announces the appointment of Jeffrey Ian Ross as the new editor of the Criminology and Criminal Justice Research book series. Professor Ross plans to expand the series in the near future.
The Transaction Criminology and Criminal... - March 02, 2013
Transaction Publishers, a major independent publisher of social science books, is establishing a new book and eBook series about journalism under the editorship of Professor David Sachsman of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
The Transaction Journalism series concentrates on the collection... - January 23, 2013
Transaction Publishers, a major independent publisher of social science books, announces the appointment of Professor David Shulman of Lafayette College as the new editor of the Organization and Business book series. Professor Shulman plans to expand the series with a forthcoming edition expected for... - December 01, 2012
Transaction Publishers, a major independent publisher of social science books, announces the appointment of Professor Thomas S. Langston as the new editor of the American Presidents book series. Prof. Langston plans to expand the series with a forthcoming edition expected for publication in fall/winter... - November 07, 2012
Transaction Publishers, a major independent publisher of social science books, announces the appointment of Professors Ching-I Tu and Dietrich Tschanz as the new editors of the Asian Studies book series. The editors plan to expand the series with a forthcoming edition expected for publication in fall/winter... - October 19, 2012
Transaction Publishers, a major independent publisher of social science books, makes more than 1,400 of its titles available via the Espresso Book Machine’s “digital-to-print at retail (DPR)” sales channel. - July 13, 2012
Company Gives Away Books, NOOKs, and Gifts to Celebrate 50 Years in Publishing. - May 20, 2012
Irving Louis Horowitz, Hannah Arendt Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Political Science at Rutgers University, and founder of Transaction Publishers, passed away in Princeton, New Jersey, on March 21, 2012. - March 23, 2012
Transaction Publishers will now distribute titles from the Center for Urban Policy Research (CUPR) of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. - July 17, 2011
Authors, Stephen Hess and Sandy Northrop will launch the release of their new book, American Political Cartoons: The Evolution of a National Identity (Transaction, 2010) at multiple events in the Washington, D.C. area. The authors will present their book at the National Archives and Newseum this spring. - March 04, 2011
Effective February 1, 2011, Transaction Publishers will distribute books published by The Netherlands Institute for Social Research in all parts of the world except The Netherlands and Belgium.
Founded in 1973, The Netherlands Institute for Social Research has supplied information and on the daily lives... - February 12, 2011
The wait is over. Transaction eBooks are now available as Google eBooks.
Readers can buy directly from Google, online retailers, even independent bookstores. You may download the books, or Google will maintain your Google eBook collection as your personal online digital library.
Once the purchase is... - December 10, 2010
Self, Attitudes, and Emotion Work: Western Social Psychology and Eastern Zen Buddhism Confront Each Other (Transaction Publishers, 2010) authors, Anson Shupe and Christopher Bradley will kick off their new book at a "book signing and dialogue." - October 03, 2010
Visit Express Book Freight (EBF) at booth 4740 to learn about freight forwarding and why publishers should use EBF instead of other freight forwarders. - May 26, 2010
Priest and doctor Richard Frechette ministers to the sick and orphaned in Haiti. He will speak about his experiences at the St. Paul of the Cross monastery church in Pittsburgh, PA May 1, 2, and 4. - May 01, 2010
Celebrating Holocaust Remembrance Week - April 14, 2010
The quake that struck Haiti has not only flawed the country but also sparked nationwide humanitarianism and hope for this Caribbean island. Transaction Publishers is also donating its efforts to help rebuild Haiti. - January 30, 2010
Now in paperback, with a new introduction by Alan Dershowtiz, Icon of Evil [Transaction, 2009] refutes Ahmadinejad's speech at Columbia University where he claimed the Palestinian people and leaders had absolutely nothing to do with the Holocaust. - November 27, 2009
Most research on intermarriage between Jews and non-Jews focuses on the United States. Jewish Intermarriage Around the World examines countries with smaller Jewish populations to understand countries with larger Jewish populations. This volume focuses on marriage patterns in thirteen different countries... - September 28, 2009
In China's Long March to Freedom (Transaction, 2009) by Kate Zhou provides insight on the liberalization of China. - September 23, 2009
It is widely acknowledged that Congo became an East-West battlefield during the first half of the decade in the 1960s, yet the participation of Cuban exiles in the struggles is rarely noted. In this absorbing volume Villafaña details the contribution made by Cuban exiles to the preservation of... - September 19, 2009
A Perfect Injustice (Transaction Publishers, 2009) unearths new incriminating evidence about a long-censored mass murder and theft which occurred in Armenia. - September 17, 2009
Transaction Publishers provides their E-books to ebrary. ebrary offers more than 170,000 digital books, handbooks, reports, maps, journals and other valuable content from over 350 of the world’s leading publishers. - August 13, 2009
". . .Slack has given us a lucid but disturbing account of the public philosophy in America which condones abortion and capital punishment. . ."—Don C. Menzel, president, Ethics Management International - July 17, 2009
Transaction Publishers releases a new title by Anne Hendershott called Status Envy. This book argues that the secularization process occurring on many campuses is not the "natural" byproduct of modernization, but rather, the result of those seeking control over the culture and curriculum of Catholic colleges and universities. - February 12, 2009
As India and the world recover from images of the recent terrorist assaults on Mumbai, questions arise about who is responsible as well as the attacks’ consequences. No one is better equipped to answer these questions than David L. Phillips. In his just-published book, From Bullets to Ballots Phillips... - December 19, 2008
"This is critical writing that is satisfying at every single level." —Richard Goodman, author of The Soul of Creative Writing [Transaction]
". . . Taylor’s short pieces on a huge range of writers are the literary equivalent of a superb travel guide."—John Wilson,... - November 07, 2008
Henry Feingold's, Jewish Power in America addresses larger questions of how minority groups influence politics in general (e.g., the Irish in New York, Cubans in Florida). - November 07, 2008
Contrary to much rhetoric, author Peggy Wireman argues that America does not suffer from a loss of family values, but from a shift in business practices and public commitments. In her new book, Connecting the Dots, Wireman shows how millions of Americans face significant challenges as they conduct their... - August 15, 2008
Why do people accept ideas that science or logic contradict? In Implausible Beliefs, Allan Mazur offers a comparative look at the nature of irrational belief systems, their social roots and their cultural and political impact. He provides standards for judging implausible beliefs and assesses the scope... - April 16, 2008