This month, we celebrate the third annual University Press Week from November 9th through the 15th. This year's theme, "Great Minds Don't Think Alike," celebrates the varied contributions university presses from around the world make to stimulating ideas and conversations.
Don't miss the University Press Blog Tour, a virtual journey through the innovative contributions university presses make to scholarly communities, regional knowledge, and awareness of global issues. The University of Washington Press blog will be participating in this tour on Thursday, November 13.
For more about the blog tour and other activities scheduled for this year's University Press week, visit the Association of American University Presses website. While there, be sure to browse the online gallery of university press books, which will highlight the increasing importance of collaboration between presses, their home universities, and other local and national partners.
Check out our new Spring 2015 catalog!
The Nature of Borders: Salmon, Boundaries, and Bandits on the Salish Sea by Lissa Wadewitz has been selected as the recipient of American Historical Association's 2014 Albert Corey Prize. The prize will be presented at the AHA's 2015 Annual Meeting in New York on Friday, January 2.
Readings, book talks, and signings give us a chance to do what we love most: build community and conversations around the written word. This fall, we have an exciting range of events lined up. Visit our events calendar and blog to see our full range of offerings.
The University of Washington Press announces a new Northwest Writers Fund, established to support regional creative nonfiction. To contribute to the fund or for more information, please contact Beth Fuget (206-616-0818, email@example.com).
Now available: Fall 2014 Catalog