University Press Week: Listicles

Happy University Press Week! Help us celebrate university presses November 8-12. Since 2012, members of the Association of University Presses have participated in an annual celebration of University Presses. Following the example of the first University Press week, proclaimed by US President Jimmy Carter in the summer of 1978, this event recognizes the impact that a global community of university presses has on every one of us.

This year’s theme for UP Week is “Keep UP.” This is meant to celebrate the many ways university press publishing has evolved and excelled over the last decade.

The #UPweek blog tour today features Listicles. Visit the following press blogs to view some of their top books in the last ten years:

Temple University Press: List of the top 10 Temple titles

University Press of Florida: UPF in 10 books

University of Chicago Press: Books & Journals from UCP this past decade

University of Alberta Press: List of 10 books from UAlberta Press from the past decade

John Hopkins University Press: Ten publications (and initiatives) that Johns Hopkins University Press and Project MUSE feel showcase the many ways we #KeepUP

UBC Press: List of 10 staff picked books that represent UBC Press

Central European University Press: List of 10 books that matter on democracy

University of Washington Press: List of 10 books from the last decade

University of Illinois Press: List of the 10 top titles from the last decade

University Press of Mississippi: List of top 10 staff picked books

University of Toronto Press: List of 10 books from the past decade

University of Manitoba Press: List of top 10 books

University of Georgia Press: List of the top 10 staff picked UGA Press books

Duke University Press: List of 10 Books and Journals from the past decade

Catholic University of America Press: A Sommelier’s Top 10 CUA Press Books

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