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An anthology’s new edition includes poetry sometimes so experimental that it may not seem poetry, at all.
Peter Brown’s Through the Eye of a Needle: Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and the Making of Christianity in the West, 350-550 AD (Princeton University Press) took the highest honor, the R.R. Hawkins Award, at the PROSE awards handed out yesterday at the annual conference of the Association of American…
Peter Kracht, now UPP’s editorial director, will succeed Cynthia Miller as director next month.
Unkind remarks by Grove/Atlantic CEO Morgan Entrekin are countered by Peter Givler, the executive director of the Association of American University Presses,
Four accounts of the at-times befuddling and even dangerous nature of ethnographic research.
The Association of American University Presses has debuted a new interactive map to chart presses’ influence.
The poet David Ferry triumphs in poetry, and William Alexander in young-adult literature.
Oxford University Press chooses the blandest of technospeak for its U.S. word of the year.
The editor-in-chief will step down after 34 years with the publisher.