Just in case you haven’t heard, Robert J. Shiller, a professor at Yale University, has won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Economics along with Eugene Fama and Lars Peter Hansen. Both Shiller and Hansen have published books with Princeton University Press before, so we are specially excited about this news!
Eli Maor is the author of many Princeton University Press books, including , , , and . One of special interest to readers of this blog post is . In this book you can read more about the previous transits, including Eli Maor’s personal pilgrimage in 2002, to the town of Much Hoole where he retraced Horrocks’s historic 1639 observation. You also might want to read two of his articles that appeared in the January and June 2012 issues of . The June issue includes detailed information on the upcoming transit.
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But this wasn’t always the case and Campbell’s newbook, “Polarized: Making Sense of a Divided America”(Princeton University Press), provides new insights that explainhow and why the divide occurred, developed and widened.