Banned Books Week 2015
September 27 - October 3
AAUP is proud to be an official sponsor of Banned Books Week in the United States.
Intellectual Freedom is a core value of the association. Readers of all ages should have access to the books that allow them to explore the world, learn, question, and dream.
Register today for the AAUP Webinar "Trade Regional Acquisitions: Building Communities and Lists” scheduled for Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 1:00 PM (Central).
Our three panelists will describe the central importance of regional acquisitions at their current and previous presses. This presentation will appeal to directors at presses interested in starting new regional programs, as well as editors and assistants new to regional publishing.
Save the dates for our 2015 celebration of the value and mission of university presses and mission-driven scholarly publishers!
We're laying plans early for our biggest University Press Week yet. Follow the #ReadUP tag all year round to keep abreast of the best and most compelling work from AAUP members and their authors!
Formally established in 1937, AAUP promotes the work and influence of university presses, provides cooperative marketing opportunities, and helps its 130+ member presses fulfill their common commitments to scholarship, the academy, and society. AAUP members are active across many scholarly disciplines, including the humanities, the arts, and sciences, and are innovators in the world of electronic publishing.
Knowledge, Not Just Information
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Race Relations in the United States
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Public Vows: A History of Marriage and the Nation
by Nancy F. Cott
Cited in the SCOTUS opinion establishing marriage equality in the US
The Digital Digest, an AAUP blog
AAUP 2015 on Vimeo
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