British Academy jurors name Sujit Sivasundaram as this year’s winner for his portrayal of ‘Indigenous peoples in the Indian and Pacific oceans’ in his nonfiction book ‘Waves Across the South.’
Following the Al-Rodhan partnership’s seed funding, the British Academy now carries this nonfiction prize forward.
The importance of Arabic in the scholarly world, our experts agreed, needs to be recognized by bringing more of it to the wider conversation.
Amid warnings that South Asians are losing the skills to…value their textual heritage, petitions call for Murty Classical’s Sheldon Pollock to step down.
With the launch of a new series of Indian classics, Harvard University Press aims to repeat what it did for Greek and Roman with the Loeb Classical Library.
Why has Thomas Pikkety’s academically-inclined Capital in the Twenty-First Century become one of the top books of 2014? It was the right book at the right time.
Arthur Goldhammer has translated some 130 books from the French and makes his living solely from translations, something increasingly rare today.
Harvard University Press has an unlikely bestseller with Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century, which has sold 80,000 copies in less than two months.