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Black Sacred Music Archive Now Available

We are excited to announce the digitization of Black Sacred Music: A Journal of Theomusicology, published semiannually from 1987 to 1995 and now available online for the first time.

Now Available: Syllabi from Duke University Press

In the spirit of University Press Week's "Read. Think. Act." theme, we're thrilled to unveil a project that our team has been working on for months: staff-curated syllabi of incisive work on some of today's most critical issues.

Duke University Press Joins the NC LIVE HomeGrown Collection

Duke University Press and NC LIVE have partnered to add thirty of the Press’s e-books to the NC LIVE HomeGrown Collection, making them freely available to more than 200 libraries across the state.
 

2020 Pricing Now Available

Duke University Press 2020 pricing for individual journal titles, the e-Duke Journals collections, the e-Duke Books collection, our six e-book subject collections, Euclid Prime, and MSP on Euclid is now available online at dukeupress.edu/libraries.

Illinois Journal of Mathematics Now Available

We are pleased to announce the publication of Illinois Journal of Mathematics (IJM) volume 63, issue 1, the first issue of IJM published by Duke University Press.

Dean Smith to Be Next Director of Duke University Press

Dean Smith, the director of Cornell University Press, will be the new director of Duke University Press beginning July 1, 2019.

Open Access at Duke University Press

This series of four blog posts covers open access effort at Duke University Press. Topics in the series included Project EuclidKnowledge UnlatchedEnvironmental Humanities, and The Carlyle Letters Online.

Duke University Press to bring James Baldwin’s Only Children’s Book Back into Print

Little Man, Little Man is the only children’s book by acclaimed writer James Baldwin. Published in 1976 by Dial Press, the book quickly went out of print. Now, at a time when Baldwin is more popular than ever, and readers, librarians, and booksellers are clamoring for more diverse children’s books, Duke University Press is proud to bring the book back into print. It will be available in August 2018.
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