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The 85 projects presented in this online gallery offer a small sample of university presses' innovative work, in celebration of the 10th annual University Press Week. Take a look, Read UP, and Keep UP!

The 85 projects presented in this online gallery offer a small sample of university presses' innovative work, in celebration of the 10th annual University Press Week. Take a look, Read UP, and Keep UP!

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  1. 1. Keep UP A Gallery of Works to #ReadUP
  2. 2. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P GASOLINE DREAMS: WAKING UP FROM PETROCULTURE Simon Orpana ISBN: 9780823297726 FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E A graphic novel that confronts our habits, narratives, and fantasies head-on to help break our petroleum dependency. Gasoline Dreams explores and challenges the ways fossil fuels have shaped our identities, our relationships, and our ability to imagine a sustainable, equitable future. Learn more >
  3. 3. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P A&A EPORTAL Patricia J. Fidler, Executive Director YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The pandemic profoundly dramatized the need for alternative research access. With 250 eBooks and 17 publishers, the A&AePortal embodies #KeepUP by offering an innovative digital research tool for important scholarship in the history of art, architecture, photography, and design. Learn more >
  4. 4. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE GREATER CHACO LANDSCAPE: ANCESTORS, SCHOLARSHIP, AND ADVOCACY Edited by Ruth M. Van Dyke and Carrie C. Heitman ISBN: 978-1-64642-169-5 UNIVERSITY PRESS OF COLORADO I M A G E H E R E Innovative and timely, with an online version incorporating video chapters presented by Acoma, Diné, Zuni, and Hopi cultural experts filmed on location, this creative collaboration with Native voices is a case study for archaeologists and others working on heritage management. Learn more >
  5. 5. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P BLACK OR RIGHT: ANTI/RACIST CAMPUS RHETORICS Louis M. Maraj ISBN: 978-1-64642-146-6 UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E In centering Black experiences, Black theory, and diasporic Blackness, Black or Right mobilizes generative approaches to destabilizing institutional whiteness, as opposed to reparative attempts to “fix racism,” which often paradoxically center whiteness. Learn more >
  6. 6. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P RETHINKING AMERICA'S PAST Robert Cohen and Sonia Murrow ISBN: 9780820360348 UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA PRESS I M A G E H E R E Rethinking America's Past: Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States in the Classroom and Beyond refutes Trump's charges, showing that rather than indoctrinating students, Zinn's book has been used by teachers to have students debate and rethink conventional versions of American history Learn more >
  7. 7. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P NGĀ KETE MĀTAURANGA: MĀORI SCHOLARS AT THE RESEARCH INTERFACE Edited by Jacinta Ruru and Linda Waimarie Nikora ISBN: 9781988592558 OTAGO UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Māori academics share their personal journeys, revealing what being Māori has meant for them in their work. Their perspectives provide insight into how mātauranga (Māori knowledge) is positively influencing the Western- dominated disciplines of knowledge in the research sector. Learn more >
  8. 8. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P OFF THE WALLS: INSPIRED RE-CREATIONS OF ICONIC ARTWORKS Preface by Sarah Waldorf and Annelisa Stephan ISBN: 9781606066843 GETTY PUBLICATIONS I M A G E H E R E What began as a light activity to pass the time turned into a shelter-in-place phenomenon. Millions saw the challenge and hundreds of thousands took part. This book celebrates these imaginative re-creations. Learn more >
  9. 9. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE COASTAL ATLAS OF IRELAND Edited by Robert Devoy, Val Cummins, Barry Brunt, Darius Bartlett, and Sarah Kandrot ISBN: 9781782054511 CORK UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The Coastal Atlas of Ireland is a celebration of Ireland's coastal and marine spaces. The complex of physical and human themes developed in this atlas has international relevance for coastal communities worldwide, and especially those located in mid-latitudes. Learn more >
  10. 10. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE ART OF BEING DANGEROUS: EXPLORING WOMEN AND DANGER THROUGH CREATIVE EXPRESSION Edited by Jo Shaw and Ben Fletcher-Watson ISBN: 9789462702721 LEUVEN UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The idea that women are dangerous runs throughout history. Behind this label lies a significant set of questions about the conflicts, identities, and power relations with which women live today. In this book today's female artists explore what it means to be a dangerous woman. Learn more >
  11. 11. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE POLITICS OF PERSECUTION: MIDDLE EASTERN CHRISTIANS IN AN AGE OF EMPIRE Mitri Raheb ISBN: 9781481314404 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The Politics of Persecution provides an insider's account of Middle Eastern Christians' modern history. In it, Mitri Raheb contends that Western interests have leveraged the concept of "persecution" to advance its own geopolitical agendas. Learn more >
  12. 12. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND STREET GANGS: SURVIVANCE NARRATIVES Amber, Bev, Chantel, Jazmyne, Faith, Jorgina, and Robert Henry ISBN: 9781772125498 UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA PRESS I M A G E H E R E Six Indigenous women who were involved in the street lifestyle share their stories using photovoice, a process where participants are understood to be the experts of their own experiences. They show us the meaning of survivance, a process of resistance, resurgence, and growth. Learn more >
  13. 13. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE MAN-NOT: RACE, CLASS, GENRE, AND THE DILEMMAS OF BLACK MANHOOD Tommy J. Curry ISBN: 978-1-4399-1486-1 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The Man-Not is representative of Temple University Press’s identity as a press committed to scholarship that addresses issues of social justice and work that shines a light on marginalized and underserved communities. Learn more >
  14. 14. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P BLACK SNAKE: STANDING ROCK, THE DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE, AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE Katherine Wiltenburg Todrys ISBN: 9781496222664 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS I M A G E H E R E An incredible blend of a few of the University of Nebraska Press's key subject areas—Native Studies, Environment, Great Plains—this book tells the story of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline through the activism of four women from Standing Rock and Fort Berthold Reservations. Learn more >
  15. 15. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P JOURNALISM AND JIM CROW: WHITE SUPREMACY AND THE BLACK STRUGGLE FOR A NEW AMERICA Edited by Kathy Roberts Forde and Sid Bedingfield ISBN: 978-0-252-08615-1 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS PRESS I M A G E H E R E A pioneering work that reveals the little known history of the role of the press in building—and opposing—Jim Crow. Original and revelatory, it opens up new ways of thinking about the complicated relationship between journalism and power in American democracy. Learn more >
  16. 16. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P A HISTORY OF ARAB GRAPHIC DESIGN Bahia Shehab and Haytham Nawar ISBN: 9789774168918 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO PRESS I M A G E H E R E This first-ever book-length history of Arab graphic design traces the people and events that were integral to the shaping of graphic design in the Arab world, looking at 80 key designers from Morocco to Iraq, covering the period from pre-1900 to the end of the twentieth century. Learn more >
  17. 17. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE GREAT DERANGEMENT: CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE UNTHINKABLE Amitav Ghosh ISBN: 9780226526812 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS I M A G E H E R E The Great Derangement is a call to action for writers and artists to confront one of the most urgent dangers of our time in climate change. Since it was published, it has continued to spark conversations on how the climate crisis is also a crisis of imagination. Learn more >
  18. 18. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P JOURNAL OF ADVANCED MILITARY STUDIES MARINE CORPS UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Scholarly publishing and the government/military blend without sacrificing the effectiveness of either world in the Journal of Advanced Military Studies, making Marine Corps University Press a force to keep up with. Learn more > Angela Anderson, director, and Jason Gosnell, managing editor https://doi.org/10.21140/mcuj.20211201
  19. 19. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE WEST TEXAS POWER PLANT THAT SAVED THE WORLD Andy Bowman ISBN: 9781682830932 TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The West Texas Power Plant that Saved the World takes the Barilla solar plant in Pecos County as a test case for the state of renewable energy in the US in the twenty-first century, outlining what author Andy Bowman suggests is a more sustainable future for American capitalism. Learn more >
  20. 20. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P CORONAVIRUS POLITICS: THE COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND POLICY OF COVID-19 Edited by Scott L. Greer, Elizabeth J. King, Elize Massard da Fonseca, André Peralta-Santos https://doi.org/10.3998/mpub.11927713 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PRESS I M A G E H E R E When we face a crisis, soundbites just won't do. Coronavirus Politics goes behind the headlines and provides thoughtful international analysis to get humankind out ahead of the next healthcare crisis. Learning from the past to get out ahead. It's what university presses do. Learn more >
  21. 21. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE RESISTANCE NETWORK: THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE AND HUMANITARIANISM IN OTTOMAN SYRIA, 1915-1918 Khatchig Mouradian ISBN: 9781611863949 MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The Resistance Network is a compelling history of an underground network in Ottoman Syria that helped save thousands during the Armenian Genocide. One of BookAuthority's "10 Best New Syria History Books to Read in 2021,” it is the first book in the press’s Armenian History, Society, and Culture series. Learn more >
  22. 22. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P GRAPHIC MUNDI Kendra Boileau, publisher PENN STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E A new imprint from Penn State University Press, Graphic Mundi publishes graphic novels for adults and young adults. Its creators represent a broad range of experiences, and its books address important topics such as health and human rights, politics, race, science, and the environment. Learn more >
  23. 23. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P FORCE AND FREEDOM: BLACK ABOLITIONISTS AND THE POLITICS OF VIOLENCE Kellie Carter Jackson ISBN: 9780812251159 (cloth) / 9780812224702 (paper) UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS I M A G E H E R E The first historical analysis focused on the tactical use of violence among antebellum black activists, Force and Freedom directly ties this history to current events. Its author Kellie Carter Jackson was in high media demand during the protests following George Floyd’s murder in May 2020. Learn more >
  24. 24. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P A REVOLUTION IN THREE ACTS David Hajdu and John Carey ISBN: 9780231191821 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E This work of graphic nonfiction explores how three vaudeville stars—Bert Williams, Eva Tanguay, and Julian Eltinge—defied the standards of their time to change how their audiences thought about what it meant to be American, to be Black, to be a woman or a man. Learn more >
  25. 25. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P FERRIS AND FERRIS BOOKS Edited by Elaine Maiser and Brandon Proia UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS I M A G E H E R E The three books published in the Ferris and Ferris Books imprint during Spring 2021 embody this year's #KeepUP theme. Books on the deep history of the South through the modern day, they also relate on multiple levels concerning race, religion, and foodways to the history of the US as a whole. Learn more >
  26. 26. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P MEMORIAL RIDE Stephen Graham Jones, author, and Maria Wolf, artist ISBN: 9780826363237 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO PRESS I M A G E H E R E Memorial Ride is the first title in the Red Planet Books series, a partnership between the University of New Mexico Press and Red Planet Books and Comics to co- publish graphic novels and graphic nonfiction by Native American writers and illustrators. Learn more >
  27. 27. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE GLOBAL SMARTPHONE: BEYOND A YOUTH TECHNOLOGY Daniel Miller, Laila Abed Rabho, Patrick Awondo, Maya de Vries, Marília Duque, Pauline Garvey, Laura Haapio-Kirk, Charlotte Hawkins, Alfonso Otaegui, Shireen Walton, and Xinyuan Wang ISBN: 9781787359611 (Open access), 9781787359628 (paperback), 9781787359635 (hardback) UCL PRESS I M A G E H E R E Eleven anthropologists each spent 16 months living in communities in Africa, Asia, Europe and South America, studying smartphone adoption and use among older people. Their research here reveals how smartphones are technology for everyone. Learn more >
  28. 28. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE CONSTITUTION OF KNOWLEDGE: A DEFENSE OF TRUTH Jonathan Rauch ISBN: 9780815738862 BROOKINGS INSTITUTION PRESS I M A G E H E R E Reality and truth face many challenges. In The Constitution of Knowledge, Jonathan Rauch takes on disinformation, conspiracy theories, and cancel culture. Learn more >
  29. 29. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P GULLAH SPIRIT Jonathan Green ISBN: 978-1-64336-213-7 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA PRESS I M A G E H E R E "To understand the spirit of the Gullah, you must contend with the work of Jonathan Green."—Tonya Matthews, CEO, International African American Museum Jonathan Green's vibrant art captures and preserves the daily rituals and Gullah traditions of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Learn more >
  30. 30. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P CLASSIC KEYS: KEYBOARD SOUNDS THAT LAUNCHED ROCK MUSIC Alan S. Lenhoff and David E. Robertson ISBN: 9781574417760 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS PRESS I M A G E H E R E Classic Keys is the comprehensive guide to the genesis, history, and enduring influence of electronic keyboards in the world of rock and pop music, boasting expert insight and more than 400 full-color images and photographs. Learn more >
  31. 31. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P FERAL ATLAS: THE MORE-THAN-HUMAN ANTHROPOCENE Curated and edited by Anna L. Tsing, Jennifer Deger, Alder Keleman Saxena, and Feifei Zhou ISBN: 9781503615045 STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Convening over one hundred researchers, Feral Atlas offers an original and playful approach to studying the Anthropocene. Focused on the world's feral reactions to human intervention, this wholly digital publishing initiative is just one example of how Stanford University Press has been keeping UP! Learn more >
  32. 32. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P RADICAL EMPATHY: FINDING A PATH TO BRIDGING RACIAL DIVIDES Terri Givens ISBN: 978-1-4473-5724-7 BRISTOL UNIVERSITY PRESS/POLICY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Beautifully written, thoughtfully researched, and weaving in the author's personal experiences as a Black woman, academic, and leader, this book is a timely lesson on the history and politics of racism in the US for anyone looking to create positive change. Learn more >
  33. 33. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P BOOKS FOR A BETTER WORLD Georgetown University Press Staff ISBN: 978-1-4473-5724-7 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E At the beginning of the pandemic the Georgetown University Press staff established this online event series, co-sponsored by Georgetown College and the Georgetown University Library, in order to connect with readers in new and creative ways. Learn more >
  34. 34. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P HOW TO MAKE A SLAVE AND OTHER ESSAYS Jerald Walker ISBN: 978-0-8142-5599-5 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The essays of this 2020 National Book Award finalist balance on the knife's edge between fury and farce, blending personal revelation and cultural critique into a bracing, deeply funny, and timely look at what it is to grow, parent, write, and exist as a Black American male. Learn more >
  35. 35. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P TEACHING BLACK HISTORY TO WHITE PEOPLE Leonard N. Moore ISBN: 978-1-4773-2485-1 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS I M A G E H E R E This book outlines how to teach and engage with Black history on college campuses and beyond. Drawing on decades of experience on campuses in the South, as well as on his own personal history, Moore illustrates how an understanding of Black history is necessary for everyone. Learn more >
  36. 36. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P BICYCLING THROUGH PARADISE: HISTORICAL TOURS AROUND CINCINNATI Kathleen Smythe and Chris Hanlin ISBN: 9781947602755 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI PRESS I M A G E H E R E Bicycling through Paradise can be read as a stand-alone collection of essays or used as an interactive bicycle tour guide through the Cincinnati, Ohio, area. Each chapter details one of nineteen historic tours and features a QR code that links to an open-access companion community page. Learn more >
  37. 37. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P AMERICANS AND THE HOLOCAUST: A READER Edited by Daniel Greene and Edward Phillips ISBN: 9781978821682 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Published in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, this book reveals how Americans debated their responsibility to respond to Nazism and draws on groundbreaking research conducted for the museum’s “Americans and the Holocaust” exhibition. Learn more >
  38. 38. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P POP: AN ILLUSTRATED NOVEL Robert Gipe ISBN: 978-0-8214-2439-1 OHIO UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E #KeepUP with contemporary Appalachia! Pop concludes Robert Gipe's award-winning, stereotype-busting trilogy about a Kentucky family reckoning with the environment, opioids, sexual assault, racism, transphobia, and Trumpism. Heartfelt, hilarious, cinematic, timely, and unforgettable. Learn more >
  39. 39. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P AMPLIFY PODCAST NETWORK Hannah McGregor and Siobhan McMenemy, co-directors WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Growing numbers of scholars have turned to podcasting as an accessible and popular medium to share their research more broadly with academic and non-academic audiences. The Amplify Podcast Network is dedicated to reimagining the sound of scholarship. Learn more >
  40. 40. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P MODERNISM/MODERNITY PRINT PLUS Edited by Christopher Bush and Anne Fernald Print ISSN: 1071-6068 / Online ISSN: 1080-6601 JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Print Plus is the open-access, interactive, digital publication platform of Modernism/modernity, the print journal of the Modernist Studies Association. Peer- reviewed contributions are enhanced by multimedia possibilities, more timely publication, and open access. Learn more >
  41. 41. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THIS BRAIN HAD A MOUTH: LUCY GWIN AND THE VOICE OF DISABILITY NATION James M. Odato ISBN: 9781625346193 UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS PRESS I M A G E H E R E A genuine page-turner, this engaging biography tells the story of author, activist, and feminist Lucy Gwin, who founded one of the most influential disability rights publications, "Mouth" magazine, and fought tirelessly against the rehabilitation industry. Learn more >
  42. 42. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P A FIRE BELL IN THE PAST: THE MISSOURI CRISIS AT 200, VOLUME I: WESTERN SLAVERY, NATIONAL IMPASSE Edited by Jeffrey L. Pasley and John Craig Hammond ISBN: 9780826222312 UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI PRESS I M A G E H E R E "These fresh perspectives on the Missouri Crisis breathe new life into this much-written-about subject, and could not be more timely given our current-day grappling with the question of race and citizenship."—Annette Gordon- Reed, Harvard University, author of On Juneteenth Learn more >
  43. 43. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P CONTEMPORARY ASIAN AMERICAN ACTIVISM: BUILDING MOVEMENTS FOR LIBERATION Edited by Diane C. Fujino and Robyn Magalit Rodriguez ISBN: 9780295749808 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS I M A G E H E R E Contemporary Asian American Activism demonstrates the power of transformative change through unruly resistance, defiant love, and radical care. Learn more >
  44. 44. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ULURU STATEMENT FROM THE HEART Megan Davis and George Williams ISBN: 9781742237404 UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES PRESS I M A G E H E R E In 2017 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples called for a First Nations Voice to the Australian Parliament, protected in the Constitution, and a process of agreement-making and truth-telling. Megan Davis and George Williams ask how these vital reforms can be achieved. Learn more >
  45. 45. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P TOXIC TRUTHS: ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND CITIZEN SCIENCE IN A POST-TRUTH AGE Edited by Thom Davies and Alice Mah https://doi.org/10.7765/9781526137005 MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Combining the work of distinguished environmental justice writers with cutting-edge research from emerging scholars and community activists, this open access edition makes the case for the importance of science, knowledge, and data that are produced by and for ordinary people living with environmental risks and hazards. Learn more >
  46. 46. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P DECODING THE DIGITAL CHURCH: EVANGELICAL STORYTELLING AND THE ELECTION OF DONALD J. TRUMP Stephanie A. Martin ISBN: 978-0-8173-2084-3 UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA PRESS I M A G E H E R E Martin pays serious, scholarly attention to a seeming contradiction: while the large majority of white conservative evangelicals voted for Donald J. Trump in 2016, many of their pastors were deeply concerned about the candidate. Learn more >
  47. 47. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P TESTIMONY: FOUND POEMS FROM THE SPECIAL COURT FOR SIERRA LEONE Shanee Stepakoff ISBN: 978-1-68448-310-5 BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E "These poems stand as monument to remembrance and commemoration, a stay against oblivion for the people of Sierra Leone whose lives were marked by the civil conflict of 1991-2002. A significant contribution to the literature of that country and of conflict."—Aminatta Forna Learn more >
  48. 48. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE SECRET LIVES OF CHURCH LADIES Deesha Philyaw ISBN: 9781949199734 WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award, Story Prize, and LA Book Prize, and a National Book Award finalist, Deesha Philyaw's The Secret Lives of Church Ladies is "tender, fierce, proudly black and beautiful."—Kirkus Reviews "There is no better publishing story this year."—John Warner, Chicago Tribune Learn more >
  49. 49. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P FIRESIDE INDUSTRIES Ashley Runyon, director, and Patrick O'Dowd, acquisitions editor ISBN: 978-1-68448-310-5 UNIVERSITY PRESS OF KENTUCKY I M A G E H E R E The Fireside Industries imprint strives to publish creative work by authors with unique perspectives, diverse backgrounds, and compelling voices who are telling the complex stories of Appalachia and rural America. It pays homage to the past while also keeping our eyes on the future. Learn more >
  50. 50. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P ENERGY IN THE AMERICAS: CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON ENERGY AND HISTORY Edited by Amelia M. Kiddle ISBN: 978-1-55238-939-3 UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Drawing on a unique hemispheric perspective this book brings the diverse energy histories of North and South America into dialogue with one another in an essential step toward understanding the history and evolution of energy in society—and to facing its changing future. Learn more >
  51. 51. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE POLITICS OF BLACK JOY: ZORA NEALE HURSTON AND NEO-ABOLITIONISM Lindsey Stewart ISBNs: 9780810144132 (paper), 9780810144118 (hardcover) NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The politics of joy offers insights that are crucial for forming needed new paths in our current moment. For those interested in examining conceptions of Black political agency at the intersection of geography, gender, class, and Black spirituality, this book is essential reading. Learn more >
  52. 52. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P MAKING SPACE FOR WOMEN: STORIES FROM TRAILBLAZING WOMEN OF NASA'S JOHNSON SPACE CENTER Jennifer M. Ross-Nazzal ISBN: 9781623499938 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Award-winning NASA Johnson Space Center historian Jennifer M. Ross-Nazzal presents interviews with NASA women that discuss not only their experiences of being "the first" in a predominantly white, male, technical agency, but also how the role of working women has evolved over time. Learn more >
  53. 53. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P CRITICAL RACE STUDIES IN EDUCATION Derrick R. Brooms, series editor, and Rebecca Colesworthy, acquiring editor SUNY PRESS I M A G E H E R E This series addresses the role of race and racism in education head-on, joining the groundswell of scholars, activists, and journalists who insist on investigating impacts at all levels, from far-reaching institutional norms to individual stories. Learn more >
  54. 54. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P TRANS BODIES, TRANS SELVES: A RESOURCE BY AND FOR TRANSGENDER COMMUNITIES Edited by Laura Erickson-Schroth ISBN: 9780190092726 OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E In 2014 Trans Bodies, Trans Selves was a revolutionary resource: a comprehensive, reader-friendly guide for transgender people, written by over 100 trans and genderqueer authors. Oxford University Press was proud to be a leader with the original volume and will publish a 2nd edition in 2022. Learn more >
  55. 55. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P BURIED TRUTHS AND THE HYATT SKYWALKS: THE LEGACY OF AMERICA'S EPIC STRUCTURAL FAILURE Richard A. Serrano ISBN: 9781612497150 PURDUE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Buried Truths and the Hyatt Skywalks explores America's worst structural engineering disaster: the 1981 collapse of two skywalks in Kansas City’s Hyatt hotel, which killed 114 people and injured another 200. Survivors and witnesses vividly recall that night here. Learn more >
  56. 56. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P BLANKET FORT RADIO THEATER Amy J. Etcheson and Pinckney Benedict, organizers SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Blanket Fort Radio Theater is a collection of student- produced serialized audiobook podcasts. This project turns previously published, beloved Southern Illinois University Press titles into free audio versions and adds producing credits to student resumés. Listen on NPR One, Spotify, and Apple. Learn more >
  57. 57. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P ACADEMIC PIPELINE PROGRAMS: DIVERSIFYING PATHWAYS FROM THE BACHELOR'S TO THE PROFESSORIATE Curtis Byrd and Rihana S. Mason ISBN: 9781643150239 LEVER PRESS I M A G E H E R E This open access publication equips parents, high school counselors, college advisors, faculty, department chairs, and higher education administrators to identify academic pipeline programs that fit diverse needs. Learn more >
  58. 58. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P PAIN AND SHOCK IN AMERICA: POLITICS, ADVOCACY, AND THE CONTROVERSIAL TREATMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Jan Nisbet ISBN: 9781684580743 BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Pain and Shock in America is the first book on the Judge Rotenberg Center and its use of painful interventions to control the behavior of people with disabilities. It is also the first book in Brandeis University Press's new Law and Society series, which adds to contemporary debates on the legal system. Learn more >
  59. 59. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P TWINING: CRITICAL AND CREATIVE APPROACHES TO HYPERTEXT NARRATIVES Anastasia Salter and Stuart Moulthrop ISBN: 9781943208241 AMHERST COLLEGE PRESS I M A G E H E R E Twining revives the literary potential of hypertext by exploring Twine, a creation tool. Chapters alternate careful, stepwise discussion of adaptable projects, offer commentary on exemplary works, and discuss Twine's technological and cultural background. Learn more >
  60. 60. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P SUPPORTING DIVERSE VOICES GRANTS Princeton University Press’s Equity & Inclusion Council, editorial directors, science and social science acquisitions editorial teams, and Creative Media Lab PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E In a commitment to fostering more equitable and inclusive publishing, and in partnership with five professional coaches—Michelle Boyd, Jane Joann Jones, Laura Portwood-Stacer, Helen Sword, and Margy Thomas—the Supporting Diverse Voices grants launched in 2021, offering support to underrepresented and historically excluded scholars preparing a book proposal. Learn more >
  61. 61. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P GRAPHIC INDIGENEITY: COMICS IN THE AMERICAS AND AUSTRALASIA Edited by Frederick Luis Aldama ISBN: 9781496828026 UNIVERSITY PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI I M A G E H E R E For over thirty years, University Press of Mississippi has been a foundational leader in the field of comics studies. Graphic Indigeneity represents our ongoing commitment to expanding this field of study and to telling diverse stories across the wide landscape of comics culture. Learn more >
  62. 62. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P POLITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE Linda M. Beail and Lilly J. Gore, series editors UNIVERSITY PRESS OF KANSAS I M A G E H E R E This new series encompasses a broad interpretation of both politics (including but not limited to the disciplinary borders of political science) and popular culture. It will include books that examine popular culture—from TV to gaming, comics, music, fashion, advertising, social media, fandom, and film—with an eye toward the power relationships and political themes embedded in them. Learn more >
  63. 63. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P OPENING THE FUTURE: A NEW MODEL FOR OPEN ACCESS BOOKS COPIM and Liverpool University Press LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E A collective subscription model makes library funds go further by increasing collections and supporting open access. In this model from Liverpool University Press, members pay a fee to get unlimited multi-user access to two of the press’s series; the membership revenue is used to produce new open access monographs. Learn more >
  64. 64. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P WORDS IN SPACE AND TIME: A HISTORICAL ATLAS OF LANGUAGE POLITICS IN MODERN CENTRAL EUROPE Tomasz Kamusella ISBN: 978-963-386-417-3 CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Kamusella's atlas, offering novel insights into the history and mechanics of Central Europe's languages as products of human history and a part of culture, is the press’s first title published open access through a new library membership initiative, the Opening the Future program. Learn more >
  65. 65. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P AEVO UTP UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS I M A G E H E R E In 2020, Canada's largest academic publisher, the University of Toronto Press, launched a new trade imprint, Aevo UTP. Written by leading experts for intellectually curious readers, Aevo UTP books delve into the major issues facing today's world like climate change and mental health. Learn more >
  66. 66. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P CUBA'S DIGITAL REVOLUTION: CITIZEN INNOVATION AND STATE POLICY Edited by Ted A. Henken and Sara Garcia Santamaria ISBN: 9781683402022 UNIVERSITY PRESS OF FLORIDA I M A G E H E R E This timely volume shows how recent technological developments have been reconfiguring the cultural, economic, social, and political spheres of Cuba's Revolutionary project in unprecedented ways. It informs our understanding of the role of the internet in Cuba's July protests. Learn more >
  67. 67. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P UNCONSCIOUS BIAS IN SCHOOLS: A DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACH TO RACISM, REVISED EDITION Tracey A. Benson and Sarah E. Fiarman ISBN: 978-1-68253-585-1 HARVARD EDUCATION PRESS I M A G E H E R E Unconscious Bias in Schools addresses the phenomenon of unconscious racial bias and how it negatively affects the work of educators and students in schools. This timely book provides guidance to disrupt patterns of perception that perpetuate racism and institutional injustice. Learn more >
  68. 68. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P LANDMARK CASES IN CANADIAN LAW SERIES UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PRESS I M A G E H E R E Legal decisions fundamentally shape the way Canadians experience day-to-day life. The Landmark Cases in Canadian Law series closely examines court decisions that have impacted every aspect of Canadian society, from Aboriginal title to gender equality and freedom of expression. Learn more >
  69. 69. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P BEARING WITNESS: THE HUMAN RIGHTS CASE AGAINST FRACKING AND CLIMATE CHANGE Edited by Thomas A. Kerns and Kathleen Dean Moore ISBN: 9780870710728 OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E In 2018, the Rome-based Permanent Peoples' Tribunal ruled that fracking systematically violates substantive and procedural human rights. Bearing Witness collects expert commentary and maps a promising new direction in the ongoing struggle to protect the planet from climate chaos. Learn more >
  70. 70. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES Edited by Jeanette R. Davidson ISBN: 9781474487740 EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Divided into four teachable parts this textbook includes new areas of research and scholarship integral to the contemporary social and political discourse about race and showcases interviews with renowned actor and activist Danny Glover and prizewinning scholar Manning Marable. Learn more >
  71. 71. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P GAY, CATHOLIC, AND AMERICAN: MY LEGAL BATTLE FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY AND INCLUSION Greg Bourke ISBN: 9780268201241 UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS I M A G E H E R E "Bourke, one of the plaintiffs in the Supreme Court case that legalized gay marriage, shares his story of activism and devout Catholicism. . . . [His memoir] pulls back the curtain on one of the most influential Supreme Court cases of modern American history."—Publishers Weekly Learn more >
  72. 72. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P IN THE PATH OF DESTRUCTION: EYEWITNESS CHRONICLES OF MOUNT ST. HELENS Richard Waitt ISBN: 9780874223231 WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E "One of the most valuable books ever written about a volcanic eruption."—Scientific American Featured on multiple TV programs and recommended reading lists, this book's outreach extends from deepening geologists' understanding of the event to being the basis of a children's book. Learn more >
  73. 73. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING COLLECTIVE Allison Belan, Collective director DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS The Scholarly Publishing Collective—led by Duke University Press in partnership with Longleaf Services, Michigan State University Press, Penn State University Press, SBL Press, and University of Illinois Press— provides publishers with services including subscription fulfillment, best-of-class hosting, and library sales Learn more >
  74. 74. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE SOUND OF EXCLUSION: NPR AND THE LATINX PUBLIC Christopher Chávez ISBN: 978-0-8165-4276-5 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA PRESS I M A G E H E R E As a network that claims to represent the nation, NPR asserts unique claims about what it means to be American. In The Sound of Exclusion, Christopher Chávez critically examines how NPR pushes Latinx listeners to the periphery. This book helps us reimagine a more diverse future. Learn more >
  75. 75. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P EDICIONES UNIANDES ONLINE E-BOOK PLATFORM Julian Cortes, platform coordinator EDICIONES UNIANDES This first university press online platform in Colombia currently offers 660 titles, some of which are open access. For most of 2020, the platform’s contents were free for online reading to help the community deal with the pandemic. Visits grew 65.94%, and by the end of 2020, the platform had 5,344 registered users around the world. Learn more >
  76. 76. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE VALUE OF HAWAI'I 3: HULIHIA, THE TURNING Edited by Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua, Craig Howes, Jonathan Kay Kamakawiwoʻole Osorio, and Aiko Yamashiro Center for Biographical Research, series sponsor ISBN: 9780824889180 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESS I M A G E H E R E The Value of Hawaii 3 offers visions from community leaders, cultural practitioners, artists, educators, and activists who share exciting paths forward, on topics ranging from agriculture to technology. Launched as open access, this volume’s essays and poems create starting points for discussion. Learn more >
  77. 77. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P AUDIOBOOK PARTNERSHIP Syracuse University Press acquisitions department and Jim O'Connor, organizer SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Syracuse University Press has partnered with the University Libraries' Sound Beat: Access Audio to produces audiobooks. Inclusion, accessibility and student experience are at the forefront of this partnership and Access Audio's mission. Learn more >
  78. 78. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P WRITING ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY: EVIDENCE AND NARRATIVE IN THE TWENTY- FIRST CENTURY The Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative ISBN: 9780822946847 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH PRESS I M A G E H E R E Over the past two decades, scholarship in architectural history has transformed significantly. Writing Architectural History draws attention to the role of subjectivity, internal tensions in historical practice, and the politics underlying every architectural story. Learn more >
  79. 79. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P DIRECT TO OPEN Amy Brand, director and publisher, and Emily Farrell, library partnership and sales lead ISBN: 9780822946847 MIT PRESS I M A G E H E R E With Direct to Open, libraries can now move from purchasing scholarly books once for a single collection to funding them once, open access, for the world. Learn more >
  80. 80. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE 1921 TULSA RACE MASSACRE: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY Karlos K. Hill ISBN: 9780806168562 UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA PRESS I M A G E H E R E This richly illustrated volume, featuring more than 175 photographs, along with oral testimonies, shines a new spotlight on the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre from the vantage point of its victims and survivors and offers a perspective largely missing from other accounts. Learn more >
  81. 81. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P AFFORDABLE LEARNING GEORGIA-UNG PRESS OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Jeffrey Gallant and Bonnie J. Robinson, organizers; Christy Talley-Smith, eCore organizer; and Corey Parson, project editor ISBN: 9780822946847 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH GEORGIA PRESS I M A G E H E R E The University of North Georgia Press is the leading university press in Georgia for open educational resources (OER), having published 16 open textbooks; nine more books currently in production will complete the University System of Georgia's first zerotextbook-cost degree major. The press’s OER save students $5,000,000 per year. Learn more >
  82. 82. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P THE CARIBBEAN BIOGRAPHY AUDIOBOOK SERIES UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES PRESS I M A G E H E R E The Caribbean Biography Audiobook Series features the architects of Caribbean culture. It introduces readers and listeners, including the visually impaired, to those individuals who have made sterling contributions to the region. Learn more >
  83. 83. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P DIGITAL LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY Jeffrey Henderson, series editor ISBN: 9780674425088 HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E The mission of Loeb Classical Library, founded by James Loeb in 1911, has always been to make classical Greek and Latin literature accessible to the broadest range of readers. The digital Loeb Classical Library extends this mission into the twenty-first century. Learn more >
  84. 84. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P CRITICAL RACE THEORY, 3RD EDITION Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic ISBN: 9781479802760 NYU PRESS I M A G E H E R E First published in 2001, one of the most acclaimed critical race theory titles is currently on its third edition. It covers emerging topics and events and also addresses the rise of a fierce wave of criticism from the right, which insists America has little use for racial analysis and study. Learn more >
  85. 85. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P ELUSIVE ARCHIVES: MATERIAL CULTURE IN FORMATION Edited by Martin Brückner and Sandy Isenstadt ISBN: 9781644532249 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE PRESS I M A G E H E R E The essays that comprise Elusive Archives raise a common question: how do we study material culture when the objects of study are transient, evanescent, dispersed, or subjective? Such things resist the taxonomic protocols that institutions, such as museums and archives, rely on to channel their acquisitions into meaningful collections. Learn more >
  86. 86. U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S W E E K 2 0 2 1 K E E P U P INDUSTRY UNBOUND Ari Ezra Waldman ISBN: 9781108492423 CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS I M A G E H E R E Waldman provides an unprecedented account of how tech companies undermine privacy law from the inside. Industry Unbound connects seemingly separate issues— discourse, law, and design—to reveal their strategies to perform symbolic acts of protecting privacy while extracting our data. Learn more >

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