Did you miss #amatlcomix's extraordinary album of Xicano penned comix classics from Jose Alaniz!? No worries, pick up a copy here: https://t.co/0KkdgzXvAq (scroll town a tad!). pic.twitter.com/TVQOyVQkuj— San Diego State University Press (@SDSUPress) January 19, 2022
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Did you know!? SDSU Press Publishes Comics, Graphic Narrative Analysis, and Animation Studies Under the Aegis of its AMATL COMIX Imprint
Thursday, January 13, 2022
Here's Another Reason the Follow SDSU Press on Instagram! Breaking News on our Latest Psychoanalysis on the Couch Volume!
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Thursday, December 23, 2021
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Friday, December 03, 2021
New! January 1, 2022 --> The Latest Title in our Psychoanalysis on the Couch Series! Greenson 9, Edited by Harry Polkinhorn
Wednesday, December 01, 2021
For One Night and One Night Only
TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT
Can't make it tonight?
SDSU PRESS PUBLIC LECTURE (vaxxed and masked!) : Darius Gainer, Public Lecture on BLACK REPRESENTATION IN THE WORLD OF ANIMATION | SDSU Main Campus, GMCS 333 at 11am, Tuesday December 7, 2021.
Help us spread the word! This coming Tuesday something wickedly good our way cometh! Darius Gainer, Public Lecture (vaxxed and masked), SDSU Main Campus, GMCS 333 at 11am, Tuesday December 7, 2021. Thx to my partner in crimes literary & semiotic, Frederick Luis Aldama for initiating this friendship/collaboration! Thx again to John Jennings and Tim Fielder for the book blurbs and to Stanford W. Carpenter for the moving intro/preface. Pick up a copy of BLACK REPRESENTATION IN THE WORLD OF ANIMATION here: amatlcomix.sdsu.edu or here https://amzn.to/3EhQlwS
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Saturday, November 20, 2021
SDSU Press's Crack Team of Surveillance Agents Watches Over Our Recent Publications! #sdsupress #amatlcomix #hyperbolebooks
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Lights Go Down...
|Jackson's Drawing of Guacamaya|
"When I look carefully at Stela P., who is still a lovely young lady to me, I made a sad discovery. The surfaces of the stone figure had become noticeably a bit crumbly. The edges had lost their sharpness. I knew this had not been true of my former visits to the ruins. Later I was to learn that the atmosphere had caused that degeneration. The polluted air of our modern age was finally getting to the ancient sculpture of Central America, just as I had heard it had done to the sculpture of the Acropolis at Athens."
This video features photos taken from Jackson's novels and from Google Images
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
NEED A BOOK?
sdsu press has three
Monday, November 01, 2021
SDSU PRESS' BOOK(s) OF THE WEEK
Travel with Espín as she explores the memories of her adolescence interwoven with political shifts as Cuba changes just as much as the coming of age girl. Following this look back, Chatelain's "Perceiving & Telling" challenges the way language and verbal conventions blur our understanding of time. And to finish off our time oriented books collection, pick up "Four Trips to Antiquity" and joins one artists search for historical ancient Maya sculptures.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
SDSU PRESS' BOOKS OF THE WEEK
HYPERBOLE BOOKS EDITION
SDSU Press' book(s) of the week: Dive into film noir and the aesthetics that rooted themselves in Los Angeles with Fanny Daubigny’s “Proust in Black”.Travel to the world of Brazilian poet Glauco Mattoso in Steven F. Butterman’s “Perversions on Parade”. And if the world of science fiction is more your thing than look no further than Naief Yehya’s “Drone Visions”, where killing machines escape movie media and creep their way into our everyday lives.
Sunday, October 17, 2021
Looking for a Cultural Studies/Interdisciplinary Studies Anthology for Spring 2022 -- Check Out Our New Collection CULTURAL STUDIES IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
SPECIAL: THIS WEEK ONLY!
AmatlComix Takes Over SDSU PressSDSU Press is all about the visual arts. We are having an AmatlComix week at the Press and will be sharing information about all our AmatlComix publications over on our Instagram!
AmatlComix-- an imprint of SDSU Press-- lives in the world of the visual. Whether it's comics, TV shows, movies, or the narrative art: AmatlComix has been there and done that. With four publications out right now and available for purchase there is a little something for everyone.
To truly engage in our AmatlComix week here at SDSU Press, join us on Instagram as AmatlComix takes control of our socials. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to keep up to date on publications from all of our imprints!
Every book purchased and every book enjoyed is directly helping SDSU Press on it's mission to change the world one book at a time. Purchase a book from our Amazon today and READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!
Monday, October 04, 2021
#repost! Even the finest connoisseurs of cinema are chatting about CULTURAL STUDIES IN THE DIGITAL AGE ... NEW, From Hyperbole Books and SDSU Press!
Hitch searches for material to inspire his next cinematic masterpiece! Add CULTURAL STUDIES IN THE DIGITAL AGE by @eyegiene ➕ @ProfessorLatinx ➕ #antoniorafele to your Fall ‘21 classes! over 100 photos!— San Diego State University Press (@SDSUPress) April 13, 2021
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