Welcome to our weekly roundup of news from university presses! There is much to share from our fellow academic publishing houses and much to learn on What SUP at the social university presses. This week we found conversations on the Muslim Brotherhood, computer animation, and minority voting rights. What did you read this week?
NYU Press talked about the opt-out revolution and minority voting rights.
Harvard University Press discussed Pakistan as a political idea and the threats to our constitutional tradition.
Indiana University Press is holding a back to school sale with over 3,000 of their titles 40-60% off.
Oxford University Press discusses the social life of language, Spain’s unemployment conundrum, and asks whose Odyssey is it anyway?
University of Pennsylvania Press announced this week’s new books.
Penn State Press talked about the practical side of history and featured Caesar’s Mushroom on this week’s Mushroom Monday.
Princeton University Press discussed the Muslim Brotherhood and has an excerpt from their new book about Jewish-Muslim relations.
The MIT Press talked featured articles on computer animation in Hollywood and celebrated National Singapore Day.
University of Georgia Press is offering a free book giveaway and a sneak peek of their spring 2014 titles.