News from the Membership

The member publishers of AAUP and the work they do are a major force in our intellectual and cultural life, and in the heart of their communities and fields. Here you'll find word of major achievements and milestones, including award-winning publications, press anniversaries and recognitions, and personnel announcements.

Latest News

October 2017

  • Ohio University Press has a new address:
    30 Park Place
    Suite 101
    Athens, OH 45701-2909
  • Penn State University Press acquired Eisenbrauns as a new imprint.
  • University of Wisconsin Press staff are neighborhood heroes.
  • Russell Sage FoundationPrinceton University Press, and Yale University Press have published the work of Richard Thaler, Nobelist in Economics.

September 2017

  • Both the University of Akron Press and Wesleyan University Press have made the National Book Awards poetry shortlist for Leslie Harrison's The Book of Endings and Shane McCrae's In the Language of My Captor, respectively.
  • The University of Massachusetts Press is launching Bright Leaf, a new imprint with a regional focus on New England’s cuisines, landmarks, and more.
  • Ohio State University Press has launched a new imprint, Latinographix which will showcase trade graphic and comic books—graphic novels, memoir, nonfiction, and more—by Latinx writers and artists.
  • Princeton University Press has opened an office in Beijing, China, allowing the press “to play a more important role in fostering cross-cultural academic conversations.”

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Prize-Winning Publications

With reputations for seeking out creative, top-quality scholarship, as well as for high editorial and review standards, it is no surprise that member presses publish a large number of prize-winning books and journals.

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Do you have news to submit to AAUPNet.org?
AAUP members can submit news of prizes, collaborative and digital publishing project descriptions, and personnel announcements to Brenna McLaughlin at bmclaughlin@aaupnet.org.