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Welcome to the Columbia University Press website. We’re interrupting our regular weekly book feature with a #TwitterTakeover!

In celebration of our coinciding 125th anniversaries, we have agreed to a #TwitterTakeover with the University of California Press during this month’s Association of University Presses annual meeting. Beginning Sunday, June 17 through Tuesday, June 19, the University of California Press will be taking over our Twitter account. In honor of the AUP meeting, we will also be featuring guest blog post related to the AUP, its resources, grants, and the annual meeting. Stay in the know by following along on social media #CUP125 for new posts and a chance to win prizes.

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“‘The Operator’ discusses the background noises which may motivate or destroy a person.” ~ Sharon Webber-Zvik To close this week’s “Behind the Scenes” theme, today we bring you a guest post from Sharon Webber-Zvik, who designed the image used on our Fall 2018 seasonal catalog and the forth coming title Heading Home: Motherhood, Work, and the Failed
John D. Moore COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1968-1996 EDITOR, 1968-1975 EDITOR IN CHIEF, 1976-1980 DIRECTOR, 1980-1996 > I came to the Press in 1968. Part of the hiring process was a luncheon in Faculty House with the editor in chief, Robert (Bob) Tilley and Charles G. Proffitt, the director. Mr. Proffitt was ever correct, yet a genial,
Today, we are honored to have a guest post by Iain MacKenzie, author of the forthcoming book Resistance and the Politics of Truth: Foucault, Deleuze, Badiou. MacKenzie is a co-director of the Centre for Critical Thought and a senior lecturer in politics at the University of Kent. His new book, will be available in the U.S. on June
  “Granger’s is a portal that invites our own voyages of discovery.” ~ Tessa Kale In continuing with this week’s “Behind the Scenes” theme, today we bring you a guest post from Tessa Kale, Senior Editor of The Columbia Granger’s World of Poetry Online. •  •  •  •  •  • ONCE UPON A TIME Granger’s existed only as a print index
IT’S TWO DAYS into the Association of University Presses annual meeting. You’ve been attending sessions and asking your colleagues to fill you in on the panels you couldn’t make it to. At this point. you may be wondering: How are session topics chosen? How are panelist chosen? How does this whole thing come together? Well, wonder