Hello everyone! Beginning today (Monday, 14 February – HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY) the Against the Grain News Channel will post a Book of the Week! We at ATG headquarters receive many books for review but our Book of the Week will not necessarily be a book that we received for review. How will we select the Book of the Week? Anyone can nominate a candidate for the Book of the Week. Just send suggestions to either Leah Hinds or Katina Strauch at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Some of the guidelines:
1) The book should be relevant to us in acquisitions of collection development or scholarly communication.
2) More than likely the book will be non-fiction but we are not against fiction if if’s relevant.
3) The book doesn’t have to be recently published, just important to us in acquisitions, collection development, or scholarly communication!
Send us your nominations anytime with a brief (100 word explanation!.)
Thanks! Katina and Leah
The ATG News Channel Book of the Week of February 14, 2011
Global Copyright: Three Hundred Years Since the Statute of Anne, from 1709 to Cyberspace. Edited by Lionel Bently, Uma Suthersanen, and Paul Torremans in association with ALAI (International Literary and Artistic Association). Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, 2010. 67807084844076600 522 pages
This book is the outgrowth of the ALAI 2009 London Congress which celebrated the tercentenary of modern copyright law. It is designed to be consulted with the Website of Blaca, the UK national group of the International Literary and Artistic Association (ALAI) founded in Paris in 1878 under the Presidency of Victor Hugo. http://www.blaca.org
Leah was appointed Executive Director of the Charleston Conference in 2017, and has served in various roles with the Charleston Information Group, LLC, since 2004. Prior to working for the conference, she was Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions for the College of Charleston for four years. She lives in a small town near Columbia, SC, with her husband and two kids where they raise a menagerie of farm animals.