Sustaining diversity and independence in scholarly publishing.

by José Antonio Bowen My new book, Teaching Change: How to Develop Independent Thinkers using Relationships, Resilience, and Reflection , argues that education needs to change, in part to reflect new technological and economic realities as well as...
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By Jayme Stayer In the prettified TED talks that make achievements accessible to a wide audience, the casually-but-impeccably dressed presenter explains the “wow” moment that jump-started their project. In the narrative that follows—if the...
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upw-logo-2021-purple-300x171.jpeg University Presses are a force to #KeepUP with! 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of University Press Week and we’re celebrating how we’ve all evolved over 10 years. We are joined today by our many colleagues on the...
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By Wayne Weigand Over the past 120 years, millions of American K-12 public school students have used their school libraries billions of times, yet we still know very little about the history of these ubiquitous educational institutions that over the...
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By Henry Reichman With freedom comes responsibility. That old maxim is frequently heard in controversies involving academic freedom. Too often it is taken simply to suggest that such freedom carries with it the responsibility to limit the degree to...
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The latest issue of Diacritics , "Citation, Otherwise" is a special issue exploring and questioning of the concept of scholarly citation through many lenses. The issue explores ideas of intellectual property, intellectual economy, and the politics...
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