Category Archives: all things digital

The University of Illinois Press is celebrating its 100th Anniversary this year. In order to celebrate, we decided to do something special for our readers. In honor of 100 years, we have already given away two iPads pre-loaded with 100 UIP ebooks, … Continue reading

Excerpted from the new UIP book Goodbye iSlave, by Jack Linchuan Qiu. Hans Rollman at PopMatters reviewed the book here. Welcome to a brave New World of profit making, propelled by high technology, guarded by enterprising authority, carried forward by millions of … Continue reading

Author Amy Adele Hasinoff has been honored by the  National Communication Association (NCA). Hasinoff has been named the winner of the NCA Diamond Anniversary Book Award for her book, Sexting Panic: Rethinking Criminalization, Privacy, and Consent. The Diamond Anniversary Book … Continue reading

As a plucky nonprofit, the UIP keeps an eye out for resources that allow us to marry words to striking images. The New York Public Library just added another treasure trove to pluck from, with 180,000-some public domain images now out there … Continue reading

Digital Depression author Dan Schiller is a professor in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science and the Department of Communication at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In light of the recent FCC ruling on net neutrality, Schiller weighs … 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

Cary Nelson, former president of the American Association of University Professors, talks to Inside Higher Ed about intellectual property rights on campus. “There’s no need for universities to own the online course you create,” Nelson said. “All the university needs … Continue reading

The May 1, 2013, edition of Inside Higher Ed featured an Intellectual Affairs column on Matthew Jockers’s new book Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History. From IHE: Jockers uses his digital tools to analyze novels by, essentially, crunching  them–determining what … Continue reading

For the month of March we have lowered the e-book list price of six Women’s History titles in the University of Illinois Press catalog to $2.99. The Moral Property of Women: A History of Birth Control Politics in America by Linda … Continue reading

For the month of February we have lowered the e-book list price of four Black History titles in the University of Illinois Press catalog to $2.99. Sojourner Truth’s America by Margaret Washington Winner of the inaugural 2010 OAH Darlene Clark Hine Award … Continue reading