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Annette Windhorn

About the Association

The Association of University Presses is an organization of 160 international nonprofit scholarly publishers. Since 1937, it has advanced the essential role of a global community of publishers whose mission is to ensure academic excellence and cultivate knowledge (rotating translations of this mission statement appear in the bottom frame of these webpages). AUPresses members are active across many scholarly disciplines, including the humanities, arts, social sciences, and sciences; publish significant regional and literary work; and are innovators in the world of digital publishing.

Our core values include intellectual freedom, integrity, equity and inclusion, and stewardship.
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Founded as the Association of American University Presses, the organization’s official name is now the Association of University Presses. The organization uses the short form “AUPresses” as a secondary reference. The initialization is not used.

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Our Members

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AUPresses Articulates Guiding Principles for Position Statements

2023 Workplace Equity Survey Results Released

AUPresses Responds to State Legislative Overreach into School Libraries, Files Amicus Brief in Texas HB 900 Case

AUPresses Gathers Resources for Understanding Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

“For Open Monographs, Collective Library Subscription is the Key,” Anthony Cond and Jane Bunker, Times Higher Ed

“Building Up Books,” Andrew Berzanskis, Jane Bunker, and Rebecca Colesworthy, Inside Higher Ed

“Re-Envisioning Humanities Infrastructure,” Charles Watkinson and Melissa Pitts, Inside Higher Ed

“The Essential Value of University Presses,” Kathryn Conrad and Jennifer Crewe, Inside Higher Ed

“Why a University Press is a Good Investment,” Darrin Pratt and Susan Doerr, University Business 

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Nous faisons avancer le rôle essentiel de la communauté internationale d’éditeurs dont la mission est de veiller à l’excellence académique et de cultiver le savoir.

— AUPresses Mission Statement in French