Category Archives: announcement

We’re pleased to announce that three new, forthcoming music titles have been awarded publication subventions from the American Musicological Society. These funds help offset the costs of publication and allows us to price the consumer edition of the book affordably. … Continue reading

We are pleased to announce Hungry Translations: Relearning the World through Radical Vulnerability has been selected as the winner of 2021 International Studies Association’s Global Development Studies Book Award. The award will be announced in the DGS newsletter as well … Continue reading

The University of Illinois Press is pleased to announce the launch of our new regional trade imprint, 3 Fields Books. Dedicated to titles about the Prairie State and Midwest, 3 Fields Books evokes a landscape of endless vistas that inspire … Continue reading

As the United States grapples with its racial legacy, the scholarship we publish is more crucial than ever. As our authors’ books make their way out into the world, they serve as a launching pad for discussion, engagement, and activism. … Continue reading

We are pleased to announce that Dominique Moore will be joining the University of Illinois Press as an acquisitions editor. With years of freelance work as a copyeditor and proofreader and positions that include managing editor at Human Kinetics, Mellon … Continue reading

We’re pleased to announce the below books have been named Choice Outstanding Academic Titles for 2020. In awarding Outstanding Academic Titles, the editors use the following criteria to review titles: overall excellence in presentation and scholarship, importance relative to other … Continue reading

We are pleased to announce Black Opera: History, Power, Engagement by Naomi André has won the American Musicological Society’s Judy Tsou Critical Race Studies Award! The award committee said: “Written with a critical eye and ear while also maintaining accessibility, … Continue reading

Our Spring 2021 catalog is here! We have an exciting array of new titles coming and we can’t wait to get them into your hands. The stunning cover features UFC fighter Rose Namajunas, from the cover of the book Fighting … Continue reading

This month the Working Class in American History series is saying farewell to Alice Kessler-Harris, who is retiring from the series after 35 years, as well as welcoming Thavolia Glymph as a new series editor. Dr. Kessler-Harris is the R. … Continue reading

We are pleased to announce Media, Geopolitics, and Power: A View from the Global South by Herman Wasserman is the winner of the 2020 UCT Book Award. The UCT Book Award recognizes outstanding books written by members of staff. The … Continue reading