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Two OA books from mediastudies.press, a new scholar-led publisher

# Two OA books from mediastudies.press, a new scholar-led publisher #

We are excited to announce the release of two new open access books from mediastudies.press—the first titles in our Public Domain series:

## Our Master's Voice, by James Rorty (1934) ##

“I was an ad-man once,” James Rorty writes in this classic dissection of the advertising industry. A neglected masterpiece, the book is republished in this mediastudies.press edition with a new introduction by Jefferson Pooley.

PDF (free) | ePub (free) | Mobi (free) | Paperback ($20)

Special edition of the African Yearbook of Rhetoric, "At Your Own Risk: A Celebration of Rhetoric" - now LIVE

Dear H-Rhetor

It is a great pleasure to announce that the special edition of the African Yearbook of Rhetoric, "At Your Own Risk: A Celebration of Rhetoric", is now live and free to read on the Yearbook's website: http://africanrhetoric.org/ayor-10-at-your-own-risk/

We hope that you will join us in the celebration.

kind regards, 

Klaus Kotzé, guest editor 

 

New book on the history of Durex condoms

***with apologies for cross-posting***

 

Dear H-Rhetor

List members may be interested to know that the first comprehensive history of the original Durex company has been published. This book has applications across modern and contemporary history in the context of the 20thC, British industry and foreign competition, society and economics, society and culture, mass media and PR, drug development and gender, history of sexuality, and the history of London and immigration.

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