The University Press Week blog tour continues with posts all about today’s theme: Local Voices.
- University Press Week: Local Voices | Temple University Press
- Women’s Voices: Expanding the Audubon Park Narrative | Fordham University Press
- #RaiseUP: Local Voices | Syracuse University Press
- Raising Up Local Voices with A People’s Guides to Boston and San Francisco | University of California Press
- Manchester: Something Rich and Strange | Manchester University Press
- Amplifying Local Voices with Local Partners | University Press of Kansas
- #UPWeek: A Q&A with Kathryn Yahner, Editor of Keystone Books | Penn State University Press
- Local Voices, Scrap Metal Heaps, and the Fate of World War II | University of Nebraska Press
- ASCSA Publications Participates in University Press Week 2020 | American School of Classical Studies at Athens
- Shared Voices | University Press of Mississippi
- Local Voices: Another Story Bookshop | University of Toronto Press
- Accidental Wilderness: Toronto’s Tommy Thompson Park | University of Toronto Press
- Beyond the Colonial Cartographic Frame: The Imperative to Decolonize the Map | University of Toronto Press Journals
- Celebrating UP Week with Tom Kapsidelis, Author of After Virginia Tech | University of Virginia Press
Enjoy! We’ll be back tomorrow with a brand-new book trailer for Between the Rocks and the Stars: Narratives in Natural History, as well as a recap of posts focusing on the theme of Scientific Voices.