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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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The University of Michigan’s recent involvement in a study into the implications of moving to a producer-pays model of open access monograph publication highlighted the importance of never making publishing decisions based on an author’s ability to pay. Insulating the publication decision from the financial requirements of open access book publishing is the connecting theme between two different and complementary initiatives that Michigan Publishing will be supporting in 2016; Knowledge Unlatched and the Lever Press….

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Throughout October, we published the following publications: Weave Issue 3 Translating the Americas – “Social Identity and Biological Identity” by Viviana Bernath, Ph.D. Ergo: An Open Access Journal of Philosophy – 5 new articles Music & Politics 9.2 Trans Asia Photography Review 6.1 Philosophers’ Imprint – 2 New Articles The Encyclopedia of Diderot & d’Alembert – 12 New Translations Added


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We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Proofs of Genius: Collected Editions from the American Revolution to the Digital Age by Amanda Gailey. This is the second book in our Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism Series. Proofs of Genius: Collected Editions from the American Revolution to the Digital Age is the first extensive study of the collected edition as an editorial genre within American literary history. Unlike editions of an author’s “selected works” or…

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We are proud to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Digital Samaritans: Rhetorical Delivery and Engagement in the Digital Humanities by Jim Ridolfo. This is the first book in our Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Series. Digital Samaritans explores rhetorical delivery and cultural sovereignty in the digital humanities. The exigence for the book is rooted in a practical digital humanities project based on the digitization of manuscripts in diaspora for the Samaritan community, the smallest religious/ethnic group of…

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We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Manifesto for the Humanities: Transforming Doctoral Education in Good Enough Times by Sidonie Smith. After a remarkable career in higher education that has seen her serve as the Chair of the University of Michigan English Department, the Director of the Michigan Institute for the Humanities, and the President of the Modern Language Association, Sidonie Smith offers Manifesto for the Humanities as a reflective contribution to…

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In 2014, University of Michigan Press (UMP) was a proud supporter of the pilot round of Knowledge Unlatched, contributing three books to a total collection of 28 titles offered to libraries worldwide. Starting in October 2015 we are pleased to be expanding our participation in the larger second round, as one of only two publishers offering a branded package of 10 titles (Duke University Press is the other one). “At KU we’re delighted to offer…

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In honor of Open Access Week, October 18 through 25, the University of Texas at Austin’s Digital Writing and Research Lab (DWRL) will lead a collaborative annotation of James Brown’s new book Ethical Programs: Hospitality and the Rhetorics of Software using Hypothes.is. Hypothes.is is a free and open source software that allows for annotation, sentence-level critique, and note-taking on Web documents. Guided by DWRL alumnus Dr. Jeremy Dean, Director of Education at Hypothes.is, the annotation…

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Throughout September, we published the following publications: Human Figurations Volume 4.3 Journal of Anthropological Review Volume 71.3 Groves Monographs on Marriage and Family Volume 4 Philosophy & Theory in Biology – 2 New Articles Philosophers’ Imprint – 3 New Articles


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We are happy to announce a new title from digitalculturebooks, Ethical Programs: Hospitality and the Rhetorics of Software by James J. Brown, Jr. This is the ninth book in our Digital Humanities Series. Living in a networked world means never really getting to decide in any thoroughgoing way who or what enters your “space” (your laptop, your iPhone, your thermostat…your home). With this as a basic frame-of-reference, James J. Brown’s Ethical Programs examines and explores the…

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