It’s Amnesty International’s fiftieth birthday, and at the Annual General Meeting of Amnesty USA in San Francisco this week, we’ll be announcing the launch of a new Amnesty Global Ethics Series with WW Norton. I am looking forward to being the General Editor of the series … and we already have ten great books lined up. If you want to know more, here’s a brochure: Amnesty Brochure 2011
Between March 24 and March 31 various NPR stations will be playing an interview with me on “Krista Tippett On Being.” Here are station listings and airtimes for the program organized by state.
Just posted: a conversation recorded on a visit to the University of Nevada at Reno in October. (Sarah Palin was in Reno that day: guess who got the larger audience.) Here’s the link.
I learn from a few (friendly!) emails today that my book talk about The Honor Code at the Harvard Book Store last November was on C-SPAN this weekend. You have one more chance to see it on TV … at 1:00 am on Monday morning, January 9 2011. Here’s the link.
My friend Paul Muldoon has some nice words about The Honor Code in the Books of the Year list in the Times Literary Supplement. (Follow this link and page down to PAUL MULDOON … and see his other recommendations, including one for our mutual friend Michael Wood’s brilliant new book on Yeats.) Or just click on the image below.
Stephen Howe, writing about history books in the Independent’s “Best Books for Christmas” list, also recommended The Honor Code. (This time page down to History by Stephen Howe.)
There’s a new link on the audio page to my conversation with Riz Khan on his show on Al Jazeera.
There are new links on the Interviews page to interviews about The Honor Code in The New Statesman and the Times Higher Education Supplement, in London, and on Bloomberg.com in New York.
And the New York Times Book Review has just listed it as one of the 100 notable books of 2010 (one of 50 in the non-fiction category).
A first look at the elegant cover of the
German edition of “The Honor Code,”
due in February next year.
With my thanks to the designer.
There are new links on the audio page. One is to a wide-ranging discussion on the BBC World Service program Forum, with Bridget Kendall, Anna Chen, who writes the Madam Miaow blog, and Dimitar Sasselov, the Romanian Harvard astronomer. Another is to a conversation about honor with the excellent Chris Lydon, on Open Source. I try to link to new reviews, radio and TV interviews and articles as they appear. So keep checking back!