The conversations of fellow university press publishers carry a special relevance for us here at Yale University Press, as agents, authors, editors, debates, distributors, and readers go through the stories that shape the ambitious and groundbreaking projects that make up our respective lists. With the advent of the social web, many university presses are identifying and including themselves as part of academic and popular conversations in an unprecedented manner—certainly by volume. Every week we’ll bring you a news roundup of what other social university presses (SUPs) are talking about in our corner of the publishing world. Dare we ask the question?: SUP friends?
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- "It’s not a new story: Some Americans are looking to the super wealthy to get us out of a political jam." owl.li/XO8FP @nytimes 3 hours ago
- RT @IsaacMizrahi: More from the book @yalepress https://t.co/P1k5yJ85RY 5 hours ago
- "As inevitable and permanent as the current system might seem, big change to our campaign finance laws is likely." ow.ly/XO8mE 6 hours ago
- “My book is aimed at what can be done to change the jurisprudence and politics so reform is possible,” says Hasen. ow.ly/XO6vP 11 hours ago
- "Politicians have no incentive to pay attention to anyone but the rich," election law scholar Rick Hasen argues. ow.ly/XO61J 1 day ago