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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- With the recent images of Pluto, we look back to Edwin Hubble's celebration of the power of observational… blog.yupnet.org/2015/07/28/the… 3 hours ago
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- Léon Blum "supported a free, democratic France based on the principles—not the practice—of the French Revolution" owl.li/Q8ucu 6 hours ago
- See Lee Friedlander's portraits of people ranging from Martin Luther King, Jr. to Allen Ginsberg and Fran Lebowitz owl.li/PURvX 1 day ago
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