Continue the blog tour today by visiting these great university press offerings:
- Princeton University Press director Christie Henry writes about the evolution of science publishing at university presses, focusing on how these programs depend on creating equitable and inclusive populations of authors.
- Columbia University Press acquisitions editor Miranda Martin discusses why it’s importand for university presses to publish in the sciences.
- Rutgers University Press talks about Finding Einstein’s Brain by Frederick Lepore, MD.
- University of Colorado Press shares a post from author Char Miller about how imagination requires hope: at once a mode of survival and a form of resistance.
- Toronto University Press reaches back to the archives of The Heritage Project to highlight some key titles on the history of science.
- University of Georgia Press posts the latest episode of their podcast: a talk William Bryan gave recently at the Decatur Book Festival for his book The Price of Permanence: Nature and Business in the New South.
Hope you enjoy all these great #TurnItUP posts!