Sept. 27, 2019
UNT faculty have released three new books that show their expertise on a diversity of topics.
Tracing Darwin's Path in Cape Horn
By Ricardo Rozzi
Through illustrations and photos, the philosophy and religion studies professor explores the route of Charles Darwin's travels throughout South America that inspired his theory of human evolution.
Age in Love: Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Court
By Jacqueline Vanhoutte
The Distinguished Teaching professor shows that Shakespeare's lecherous old men reflect Elizabeth I's favorites.
The Americanization of Zen Chanting
By Stephen Slottow
The associate professor of music theory examines how chanting has transformed in the course of its migration to and continuing development in North America.