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New publication explores philanthropy and the soul of universities

From the Enlightenment to the first Apple Mac, universities have been the driving force that change the world. Now a new publication from UCL Press explores the role of philanthropy in a rapidly changing higher education environment.

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New Release: Visualising Facebook

We are delighted to announce the publication of Visualising Facebook by Daniel Miller and Jolynna Sinanan.

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New Release: Key Concepts in Public Archaeology

We are delighted to announce the publication of Key Concepts in Public Archaeology, edited by Gabriel Moshenska. This book is published as a ‘living book’ on UCL Press’s innovative digital platform. The first nine chapters are published in February 2017, with further chapters being added over the following months, to form an ongoing and developing resource on this fascinating topic.

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Brand New Journal: The Radical Americas Journal

We are delighted to announce the publication of a brand new journal: The Radical Americas JournalThe Radical Americas Journal explores the historical, political and social contexts that have underpinned radicalism in the Americas, engaging fully with the cross-currents of activism which connect North, Central and South America along with the Caribbean. The interconnected histories of power and protest are rarely contained within national boundaries, and a full understanding of radicalism in the Americas, therefore, requires hemispheric scholarly approaches.

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New Issue of London Journal of Canadian Studies

We are delighted to announce the publication of a new issue of London Journal of Canadian Studies. Volume 31 is the second is a two volume series focusing on Atlantic Canada, with a special emphasis on heritage and regeneration. 

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Two UCL Press authors win 2016 Philip Leverhulme Prizes

We are delighted to share the news that two UCL Press authors are amongst the winners of the 2016 Philip Leverhulme Prize. Author of Participatory Planning for Climate Compatible Development in Maputo, Mozambique Dr Vanesa Castán Broto (UCL Development Planning Unit, the Bartlett)  was awarded the prize for her work in the Geography category, whilst author of the upcoming book The First Hebrew Shakespeare Translations: A Bilingual Edition and Commentary  Dr Lily Okalani Kahn (UCL Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies) won for her contributions to Languages and Literature.

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UCL Press partners with JSTOR 

UCL Press is delighted to announce a partnership with JSTOR to provide access to open access books on their widely used platform.  JSTOR is a leading digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources used by academics and researchers worldwide. All titles will also be preserved in Portico, ensuring that they will be available to researchers in perpetuity.

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UCL Press partners with Kudos

UCL Press is delighted to announce a new partnership with Kudos, a publisher-supported tool that helps to empower authors to advocate for their own work and improve their research impact. All UCL Press authors will be given access to Kudos as an author benefit.

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UCL Open Access Week Drop-in & Book Launch

UCL Open Access Team and UCL Press invite all UCL staff to a drop-in session to find out more about open access options and support available at UCL. 

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