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"[U]niversity presses are known for being a way to kickstart careers; and IU Press is taking an extra interest in books with a Midwest tie."
Read more about our regional publishing program in this NUVO interview with IUP's associate director Dave Hulsey.
NUVO News: Indianapolis, Indiana's Alternative Voice and Original Alt-weekly Publication
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"To be a Jew is to value our particular way of living because we love it, not because we have to."

'The Dead Sea and the Jordan River' author Barbara Kreiger writes about what it means to be Jewish for the Jewish Book Council blog.
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We're celebrating ‪#‎SuperHeroDay‬ with donuts. They give us special superpowers to make great books!
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New on the IU Press blog B. J. Hollars recounts his experience during the Tuscaloosa tornado
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As #AutismAwareness month comes to a close, be sure to check out this post by our author Sonya Freeman Loftis on Combined Academic Publishers's blog.
If you happen to be autistic, and you happen to develop a special interest in reading, you will spend more time reading than anyone else that you know.
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This is the second part of Polly Zavadivker's Jewish Book Council blog series on Jewish writers and war in 20th century Russia. In this piece, she lists her five favorite accounts of the Jewish experience in Russia and the USSR during the WWI and WWII.
Earlier this week, Polly Zavadivker wrote about S. Ansky, Isaac Babel, and Vasily Grossman's chronicles of the catastrophe of the Russian twentieth century. She is blogging here all week as part of the Visiting Scribe series on The ProsenPeople. Gussakov, Galicia, during World War I. Photograph ...
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The Leo Baeck Institute will host Peter Schrag for a discussion of his new book 'When Europe Was a Prison Camp.' The event takes place at the Center for Jewish History May 5 at 7 p.m.
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Read a Q&A with Framing the Global fellow Faranak Miraftab, author of 'Global Heartland: Displaced Labor, Transnational Lives, and Local Placemaking' http://ht.ly/4n51XJ
Faranak Miraftab speaks about aspects from her new book "Global Heartland: Displaced Labor, Transnational Lives, and Local Placemaking" with us.
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In the pouch intended to carry his first-aid kit on his belt, Army Photographer "Mac" Fleming instead carried a small personal camera, which he used to take pictures of the people and places that interested him. From these photos, Fleming assembled his new book 'From War to Peace in 1945 Germany.'

The Indiana University Archives has created a collection of Fleming's World War II photos, available at the link below.
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Barnes & Noble’s Longtime Leader, Leonard Riggio, Is Stepping Down
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Choice Reviews Online selected three of our books, 'The Bare Bones' and 'Congress, Presidents and American Politics,' and 'The Growth of American Government,' as May 2016 Significant University Press Titles for Undergraduates
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Polly Zavadivker, translator of our book '1915 Diary of S. An-sky,' wrote a two-part blog series for the Jewish Book Council on Jewish writers who chronicled war in 20th-century Russia.
Polly Zavadivker is the editor and translator of the recently published 1915 Diary of S. An-sky: A Russian Jewish Writer at the Eastern Front. She is blogging here all week as part of the Visiting Scribe series on The ProsenPeople. An-sky's notes taken in Tarnow, Galicia, February 14, 1915 ...
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Founded in 1950, IU Press is recognized internationally as a leading academic publisher specializing in the humanities and social sciences. The Press emphasizes scholarship but also publishes text, trade, and reference titles. We are one of the largest public university presses, as measured by titles and income level. We produce approximately 140 new books annually, in addition to 29 journals, and maintain a backlist of some 2,000 titles.