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The University Press Week blog tour begins today! All this week, bloggers at 26 different presses will celebrate the value of scholarly publishing and the contributions it makes to our society. Today the tour stops at the following presses:
Harvard University Press starts the tour off with a post from author Anthony Grafton about how university presses opened up a world of knowledge to him.
Duke University Press features a post from author Judith (Jack) Halberstam about the "radical knowledge" that presses provide.
Steve Levingston from The Washington Post blogs for Stanford University Press about "how compelling and truly indispensible university press books are."
Claire Bond Potter, author and Tenured Radical blogger, discusses the sustainability of university presses on the University of Georgia Press blog.
Coming off their successful campaign to save the University of MIssouri Press, Bruce Miller and Ned Stuckey-French collaborate once again for a post on their beloved press's blog.
Look for some more great content during University Press Week! Follow the tour with this schedule or the hashtag #UPWeek on Twitter.
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