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UP Week 2020 Blog Tour: Active Voices

Nov. 13, 2020—The University Press Week 2020 blog tour is wrapping up today with posts all about active voices. RaiseUP: Read an Excerpt from Hearing Happiness by Jaipreet Virdi | University of Chicago Press Our Student Impact at Notre Dame Press | University of Notre Dame Press The Value of University Press Publishing from Friends of Notre...

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Policy to Practice: New Book Series

Nov. 13, 2020—Next Monday marks the official launch of our new book series Policy to Practice: Ethnographic Perspectives on Global Health Systems, with the release of the series’ two inaugural volumes—Delivering Health: Midwifery and Development in Mexico by Lydia Z. Dixon and For the Public Good: Women, Health, and Equity in Rural India by Patricia Antoniello. The...

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UP Week 2020 Blog Tour: Scientific Voices

Nov. 12, 2020—The University Press Week blog tour continues with posts all about today’s theme: Scientific Voices. #RaisingUP Scientific Voices with NEXUS Series | University of Alabama Press Raising Up the Science Behind the Human-Animal Bond | Purdue University Press Six Impossible Things | Princeton University Press The Relevance of Science Communication in the Era of COVID...

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Stories from the Natural World: New Book Trailer for Between the Rocks and the Stars

Nov. 12, 2020—As a part of the University Press Week 2020 blog tour, Vanderbilt UP is excited to unveil a new book trailer for Between the Rocks and the Stars: Narratives in Natural History. Between the Rocks and the Stars dives deep into the relationships that shape the natural world. Author Stephen Daubert offers accessible stories from...

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UP Week 2020 Blog Tour: Local Voices

Nov. 11, 2020—The University Press Week blog tour continues with posts all about today’s theme: Local Voices. University Press Week: Local Voices | Temple University Press Women’s Voices: Expanding the Audubon Park Narrative | Fordham University Press #RaiseUP: Local Voices | Syracuse University Press Raising Up Local Voices with A People’s Guides to Boston and San Francisco...

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UP Week 2020 Blog Tour: Creative Voices

Nov. 11, 2020—The University Press Week blog tour continues with posts all about today’s theme: Creative Voices. Raising Up Creative Voices: Yxta Maya Murray | Northwestern University Press Raising Up Creative Voices—University Press Week 2020 | University of Michigan Press The Value of University Press Publishing from Our Notre Dame Press Colleagues | University of Notre Dame...

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UP Week 2020 Blog Tour: New Voices

Nov. 9, 2020—Happy University Press Week! The UP Week 2020 blog tour will be happening throughout this week, and we hope you’ll follow along for each day’s new posts. Here’s more from AUPresses on this yearly tradition: Each year, we take a tour of the blogs in our larger community, with a series that daily addresses different...

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UP Week 2019 Blog Tour: Friday Recap

Nov. 8, 2019—  We’re wrapping up the University Press Week 2019 blog tour today with a recap of UP posts on the theme of How to practice compassion: How Empathy Can Help Us Become More Compassionate by Elizabeth A. Segal | Columbia University Press Leaving Vanni: On the Harrowing Experience of Leaving Sri Lanka Behind by Benjamin...

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UP Week 2019 Blog Tour: Thursday Recap

Nov. 7, 2019—  Continue the University Press Week blog tour today with these UP posts on the theme of How to build community: How to build community: On Monument Lab by Paul Farber and Ken Lum | Temple University Press “Community”: On The Soul of Central New York by Sean Kirst | Syracuse University Press Building Community...

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Nashville Adult Literacy Council: Building Community, Word by Word

Nov. 7, 2019—In celebration of University Press Week, Vanderbilt UP is taking part in the University Press Week 2019 blog tour. For more about University Press Week, visit the AUPresses website. As Vanderbilt University Press quickly approaches its 80th anniversary in 2020, we’ve been reflecting on our history as a press, as well as thinking about what we...

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