Attempts to ban frank discussion of our shared national and global past, or to legislate against critical tools of humanistic scholarship, are antithetical to the Association’s core values of intellectual freedom and integrity.
AUPresses has signed on to a letter from the National Coalition Against Censorship, protesting the censorship by Zoom, Facebook, and YouTube of an online roundtable event at San Francisco State University this past summer.
Members of the AUPresses acquisitions editorial community! Join us next Thursday, February 3 at 12pm ET for our next Art of Acquisitions Hangout, Dessert First: Acquiring with Rights Deals in Mind. For more information and registration visit https://bit.ly/30idpt4.
Tune in to @BookTV Sunday 1/30 at 3:50pm EST for a discussion of what makes university presses a force to #KeepUP with, featuring @WVUPress author @DeeshaPhilyaw, @jesherer @UNC_Press, @rs_sparks @PointReyesBooks, & Alena Jones @SeminaryCoop. https://bit.ly/3Ax0gxq #ReadUP
Thanks to @erichvanrijn & team @aupresses for helping me draft this. And to @NEH_ODH for their support of this #openaccess study. Regardless of the results, we will inject some much needed quantitative data into the subsidy question. Right now we're just guessing. https://twitter.com/scholarlykitchn/status/1486647982439211014