November 14-19, 2016
Community is at the center of AAUP members' missions: from the community of a discipline to a regional home and culture, from the shared discourse of a campus to a bookstore's community of readers.
Serious Books for the Serious Reader
Wednesday, November 16, 2PM ET
Readers are one of the most essential communities for publishers, bookstores, and authors. Panelists from university presses, bookstores, and book trade partners talk about the work and thought that goes into how good books get from author to reader. Watch the livestream >
Scholars and Editors on Social Media
Friday, November 18, 12PM ET
Communities of scholars and editors have always been essential to the work of university presses. Today these communities often form and find each other via social media. An AAUP Art of Acquisitions Hangout brings together editors and scholars to explore this. Watch the livestream >
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#ReadUP and #UPweek
The AAUP community uses the #ReadUP hashtag to highlight on social media the best of what our members are publishing all year long. It beautifully captures what we celebrate when celebrate University Press Week: the scholarship, writing, and deep knowledge that is shared with the world through our books and publications. Follow #UPweek as the time grows nearer for more news and info about the 2016 celebration!
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Find a University Press
University presses and other mission-driven nonprofit publishers can be found around the globe. AAUP members are located in 12 nations, 41 US states (plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico), and 6 Canadian provinces!
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