Welcome to our weekly roundup of news from university presses! There is much to share from our fellow academic publishing houses and much to learn on What SUP at the social university presses. This week we found conversations on spacesuits, okra, Anthony Weiner, and more free book giveaways. What did you read this week?
Columbia University Press announces more new books this week on New Book Tuesday including a little gay history, Al Qaeda’s strategy and more.
Duke University Press contemplates the future of the print paper guidebook and explains how they set the prices for their books.
NYU Press offers more articles concerning the Zimmerman trial including the youth control complex and need to bear witness to racial violence.
In light of Anthony Weiner’s further indiscretions, Harvard University Press offers some practical ways to beat the sexting impulse.
A guest post at the Indiana University Press discusses The View’s decision to add former Playboy Playmate Jenny McCarthy to the cast.
Temple University Press considers Edward Snowden.
Oxford University Press offers some songs for summer, discusses the fall of Mussolini, and explains what is in a royal name.
University of Pennsylvania Press announces this week’s new books.
Penn State Press explains the horse mushroom in this week’s Mushroom Mondays and reminds readers to enter their Goodreads giveaway by July 31.
Princeton University Press offers another yummy recipe on this week’s Tasty Tuesday and is also offering a free book giveaway via Goodreads.
Syracuse University Press takes you to the latest destination on their summer road trip with Chuck D’Imperio.
Chicago University Press explores the architecture found around campus.
MIT Press wishes a happy birthday to author and professor Morris Hale and asks why is this spacesuit soft?
The University of Georgia Press makes the case for okra.
The University of North Carolina Press discusses the Apple eBook verdict.
The University of Nebraska Press is offering some summer specials until August 12.
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