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Bloomington, IN
Indiana University Press is a leading academic publisher specializing in the humanities & social sciences.
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Since its founding in 1947, the Kinsey Institute has been on the leading edge of research on human sexuality. Now, this new title from Indiana University Press sheds new light on the life of Alfred C. Kinsey and the Institute... Continue reading
Posted 48 minutes ago at Indiana University Press blog
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IU Press author Doug Wissing introduces a sample from his book Hopeless but Optimistic, available now from Indiana University Press. As the Trump administration unleashes its open-ended military escalation and yet another nation-building campaign in Afghanistan, it is clear the... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Indiana University Press blog
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It's always a good time for coloring, and what better way to really customize the IU Bloomington experience than personalizing the look and feel of the campus? You can do exactly that with Color Your Campus - Indiana University, an... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Indiana University Press blog
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A new month means new publications from Indiana University Press. Here's a look at what's hitting shelves in September. A Theory of Musical Narrative Byron Almén Byron Almén proposes an original synthesis of approaches to musical narrative from literary criticism,... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Indiana University Press blog
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A message from Gary Dunham, the Director of IU Press and Digital Publishing: The disturbing recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia remind us all that we need to remain vigilant against those that would demean and harm others simply because they... Continue reading
Posted Aug 14, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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A documentary chronicling the life of James Whitcomb Riley will premiere this Thursday, August 10 at 8 p.m. on WTIU. According to WTIU, James Whitcomb Riley: Hoosier Poet tells of Riley's upbringing in Indiana and how his childhood influenced his... Continue reading
Posted Aug 8, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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History and true crime are among the most popular topics in popular media today. At Indiana University Press, author Jane Simon Ammeson has already published two books that fall in these categories and is working on a third. Here, she... Continue reading
Posted Aug 8, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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Bourbon is booming. According to Fortune, bourbon made up a substantial portion of the $3.1 billion made in whiskey sales in the United States last year. As of 2014, bourbon alone was producing $8 billion in sales worldwide, a pretty... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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My name is Grace Jewell and I am a senior from Bloomington, Indiana. I am majoring in English and French with a minor in comparative literature. Last semester I finished my honors thesis within the French department on Camus’s absurd.... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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New books are on the way from Indiana University Press! Here are some of the titles hitting shelves in July. Gaming Representation Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Video Games Edited by Jennifer Malkowski and TreaAndrea M. Russworm Recent years have... Continue reading
Posted Jul 21, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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Three Indiana University Press were recently recognized in the annual Forward INDIES book awards. Thousands of INDIES nominees are judged each year by a panel of 120 librarians and booksellers, and for the 2016 season nine IU Press books were... Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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On the nights of July 16 and 17, 1942, French police rounded up eleven-year-old Joseph Weismann, his family, and 13,000 other Jews. After being held for five days in appalling conditions in the Vélodrome d'Hiver stadium, Joseph and his family... Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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A new project from Indiana University Press and the IU Bloomington Public Humanities Project is bringing new attention to the work and life of Kurt Vonnegut. Salo University features monthly blog posts from IU faculty, highlights of Vonnegut's manuscripts and... Continue reading
Posted Jun 29, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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Over at the IU Press page on Goodreads, we're currently running nine giveaways for advance copies of some of our books. You'll need a Goodreads account to enter, but once you've signed up, you'll be able to enter all nine... Continue reading
Posted Jun 27, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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Even though it's summer, there are still plenty of interns roaming the halls at Indiana University Press. Today we turn the blog over to intern Samantha Titus, who's planning on spending quite a bit of time at the Press. Hi!... Continue reading
Posted Jun 19, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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IU Press has published thousands of books since we opened for business in 1950. This series aims to explore some of those books that may have fallen off the radar or represented a particularly interesting snapshot of Indiana University history.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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As spring turns to summer, IU Press is still turning out great new titles. Here's a quick look at some of what's hitting shelves this month. [RE]Imagining Science Christoph Irmscher and Rosamund Purcell The visual arts and sciences have a... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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Take a closer look at the scholarship behind IU Press Journals! Paul Bradley Bellew’s article, “At the Mercy of Editorial Selection”: Amy Lowell, Ezra Pound, and the Imagist Anthologies,” from the Journal of Modern Literature’s newest issue, is now available on JSTOR & Project MUSE. Below, Paul elaborates on the life and work of erotic love poet Amy Lowell. Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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Take a closer look at the scholarship behind IU Press Journals! Øivind Varkøy’s article, "On the Hegemony of Technical Rationality and the Importance of Distinctions," from the Philosophy of Music Education Review’s newest issue, is now available on JSTOR & Project MUSE. Below, Øivind elaborates on the importance of rethinking the intrinsic value of making music. Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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The following is a guest post by Gabrielle Berlinger, author of Framing Sukkot: Tradition and Transformation in Jewish Vernacular Architecture. On an early fall day in the late 1930s in the village of Buttenhausen in southern Germany, Naphtali Berlinger hammered... Continue reading
Posted May 25, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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Even though it's summer, there are still plenty of interns roaming the halls at Indiana University Press. Today we turn the blog over to acquisitions interns Megan Raftery and Adam Smith. Let's hear what they have to say! Junior English... Continue reading
Posted May 23, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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Richard Kutner, the translator of After the Roundup: Escape and Survival in Hitler's France, will be making several appearances in New York to promote the book. After the Roundup tells the story of author Joseph Weismann's experiences as a young... Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2017 at Indiana University Press blog
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