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University Press Week is celebrated worldwide from November 8-14. The week is designed to draw attention to the great scholarly publishing work that challenges boundaries and stimulates thought. During Press Week the Association of American University Presses is hosting some online … Continue reading

As an early kickoff to University Press Week (November 8th – 14th), two UIP staff members are participating in an informative conversation about publishing with an academic press. Daniel Nasset, acquisitions editor, and Michael Roux, marketing manager, will give brief … Continue reading

In the temperate zone of North America, June is busting out all over. The tree near the railroad tracks spreads its verdant canopy over lunchtime picnickers. Staff gardener Margo tirelessly plows and prunes and plants in the tiny garden plot … Continue reading

Inspired by Twitter’s #FollowFriday meme, the final day of the University Press Week Blog Tour is dedicated to things we follow: sub-fields, scholars, new research, popular discussions, etc.  Please read our submission below and check out today’s other University Press Week … Continue reading

For University Press Week the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) will be hosting an online discussion to highlight the collaborative work of scholarly presses. Jen Howard of the Chronicle of Higher Education will moderate online discussion about the future of … Continue reading

The Association of American University Presses (AAUP) is celebrating the third annual University Press Week from November 9 – 15, 2014. The focus this year is on the vital collaborative projects spearheaded by university and academic presses with research libraries, … Continue reading

The University of Illinois Press hosts the annual Book, Jacket and Journal Show, April 28-May 9, 2014. Sponsored by the Association of American University Presses, nearly 100 books and jackets—the best of university press publishing—are on display for public viewing … Continue reading

University Press Week continues with another event that highlights the unique ways scholarly publishers are meeting the challenges of the 21st century. You can check out a special online panel that highlights the adaptive nature of university presses Friday. Innovation in … Continue reading

How do blind people understand race? What does quantitative data reveal about the real “game change” in the 2012 presidential election? Is digital data crunching proving that Jane Austin thumps Herman Melville and Charles Dickens in terms of literary influence? These … Continue reading

During University Press Week, the UIP is joining other members of the university press community for a blog tour. Individual presses will blog on a different theme each day, including profiles of university press staff members. Today we feature a … Continue reading