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This week, our featured book is The Hillary Doctrine: Sex and American Foreign Policy, by Valerie M. Hudson and Patricia Leidl. Throughout the week, we will be featuring content about the book and its author on our blog as well as on our Twitter feed and our Facebook page.

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Howdy UP-ers! We know you missed us – Brace yourselves for our weekly literary scoop. Now, in the spirit of the Olympics, which are unfortunately coming to a close: On your mark, get ready, set, go! TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PRESS It’s not over ‘til the fat lady sings! Black History Month is not over yet folks,
Since 1965, the AUPresses Book, Jacket, and Journal Show has fulfilled its mission to “honor and instruct”: honoring the design and production teams whose work furthers a long tradition of excellence in book design, and—through a traveling exhibit and acclaimed annual catalog of selected entries—visually teaching the tenets of good design. This year, we walked away with the following
Yesterday we gave you a little window into the past, here’s a small look into our offices today.  In these photos one of our award-winning designers is working on the layout of the book in Adobe InDesign–a much less laborious task than the years of yore. Note the bright lights, living foliage,  and overall decor–it’s
A couple of weeks ago we gave you a brief history of The Columbia Encyclopedia. Today’s “Throwback Thursday” is a behind the scenes look at the making of the encyclopedia. Take note of the manual process of physically punching in the thumb index, also known as a cut-in index, (you know those notches with letters that
We recently released a paperback edition of The Hillary Doctrine: Sex and American Foreign Policy, by Valerie M. Hudson and Patricia Leidl, which originally launched in 2015. Watch the original panel discussion and book launch at the Wilson Center. Remember to enter our drawing to win a free copy of the book.