What SUP from Your Favorite University Presses, August 2, 2013
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 the Fulbright program, racism in Congress, and more free giveaways. What did you read this week?
Duke University Press remembers the late author and sociologist Robert Bellah.
Harvard University Press talked about dissertation embargoes and criminal justice and the Court’s past term.
Indiana University Press announced their new books for August.
Oxford University Press celebrates International Beer Day, offers nine facts about athletics in ancient Greece, and the origins of the Fulbright program.
The University of Pennsylvania Press announced more new books this week.
Penn State Press is holding a free book giveaway via Goodreads and covered the orange jelly in this week’s Mushroom Monday.
Princeton University Press features creamy pumpkin soup on this week’s Tasty Tuesday and also talks about the challenges of real-time political science.
University of Georgia Press talks about fighting racism in Congress and is holding a big giveaway which includes thirty of their titles and their newly redesigned tote bags.
University of North Carolina Press gives readers a glimpse of their Fall 2013 titles, talks about the history of southern kitchens and also the community histories of Latino working-class neighborhoods.
University Press of Kentucky remembers an American hero, Colonel Bud Day, and recommends some of their favorite civil rights titles.
NYU Press discusses the Bradley Manning verdict.