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Michigan Publishing is proud to announce our launch of Film Criticism, a journal that has been producing high-quality scholarship under a traditional subscription-based print publishing model through Allegheny College since 1976, making it the oldest academic film journal in the United States. On the 40th anniversary of this esteemed journal’s beginning, Michigan Publishing is pleased to bring you Volume 40, Number 1 of Film Criticism, now fully open access and free to the world for…

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We kicked off 2016 with the release of the following publications: January Film Criticism Vol 40 Michigan Family Review Vol 19 Fragments Vol 4 Commentaries Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists Vol 51 Michigan Quarterly Review Volumes 54.1 & 54.2 Michigan Botanist Vol 52, Issue 1-2 Philosophers’ Imprint: 2 new articles February Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association Vol 36.2 Belin Lecture Series Vol 25 Journal of the Southern Association for Information Systems Vol 3.1…

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We are thrilled to announce a new Maize Books publication, A Nation of Widening Opportunities: The Civil Rights Act at 50, edited by Ellen D. Katz and Samuel R. Bagenstos. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was an extraordinary achievement of law, politics, and human rights. On October 11, 2013, a diverse group of civil rights scholars met at the University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor to assess the interpretation, development, and administration of civil…

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We rounded out an amazing 2015 by publishing the following publications: Journal of Anthropological Research 71.4 Política Común Vol 8 Journal of Muslim Mental Health 9.2 Journal of Electronic Publishing 18.4 Latin American and Caribbean Studies – 2 New Articles Ergo – 4 new articles Philosophers’ Imprint– 6 new articles Arkivoc – 41 new articles


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We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Traces of the Old, Uses of the New: The Emergence of Digital Literary Studies by Amanda Gailey. This is the third book in our Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism Series. Digital Humanities remains a contested, umbrella term covering many types of work in numerous disciplines, including literature, history, linguistics, classics, theater, performance studies, film, media studies, computer science, and information science. In Traces of the Old, Uses…

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Throughout November, we published the following publications: Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning: Vol. 21, Issue 1 Philosophers’ Imprint: Vol. 15, No. 28 & Vol. 15, No. 29 Frankel Institute Annual: Vol. 2015 Ars Orientalis 45 Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference: Vol. 2015 Fragments: Vol. 4 (1 article) Journal of Muslim Mental Health: Vol. 9, Issue 1


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[On behalf of the University of Michigan Press E-Book Accessibility Task Force] Recently the University of Michigan Press publicly endorsed the accessible publishing guidelines outlined by the Society for Disability Studies. These guidelines encourage publishers to ensure that accessibility is “built in” to new titles—that accessible file formats, text descriptions of multimedia, and available alternate versions are standard products of the publishing process. The Press strongly believes in this universal design approach, and since June…

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Surveying the Landscape: Arts Integration at Research Universities We are thrilled to announce a new publication in partnership with ArtsEngine at the University of Michigan. Working closely with The Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities and funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, ArtsEngine has created the first comprehensive guide to best practices in the integration of arts practice in U.S. research universities. This guide identifies models, obstacles, implementation strategies, costs, and impact on…

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Physical and Biophysical Foundations of Pharmacy Practice: Issues in Drug Delivery We are thrilled to announce a new publication, in cooperation with the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, that serves as a core text for students entering the field of Pharmacy Practice. Focused on the physical and biological barriers and opportunities for drug delivery, this book is a peer-reviewed introductory physical pharmacy and biopharmaceutics text that comprehensively addresses the major issues in Pharmacy Practice….

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