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New JHPPL study finds Republican governors delayed COVID-19 policies by an average of 2 days—a period with potentially devastating repercussions

The party of a state’s governor is the single most important predictor of the early adoption of social distancing policies, with Republican governors taking about two days longer to announce these mandates, finds a new study published in the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.

Duke University Press Converts Flagship Journal Demography to Open Access

Demography, the flagship journal of the Population Association of America (PAA), will become open access in 2021 as it joins the Duke University Press journals publishing program.

E-books now available through GOBI

Single-title Duke University Press e-books hosted on our content platform, read.dukeupress.edu, are now available for librarians to purchase through GOBI.

2021 Pricing Updates

In recognition of the financial challenges that many libraries now face as a result of COVID-19, Duke University Press has made the decision to keep 2020 prices for the 2021 calendar year for our journals and electronic collection products (with the exception of our subject collections, where the pricing is based on the number of included titles).

Health policy experts on the inequities, politics, & lessons of COVID-19

Seventeen health policy experts provide insight into the COVID-19 pandemic in a new series of articles published by the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, available free online for three months.

Welcoming History of the Present to Duke University Press

We are proud to welcome History of the Present to our journals publishing program starting with its tenth-anniversary issue, available now. The entire journal is free online for 3 months—start reading here.

Open-access journal liquid blackness to join Duke University Press

iquid blackness: journal of aesthetics and black studies, an open-access journal, will join Duke University Press's publishing program in Spring 2021.

Now Available Open Access: Hispanic American Historical Review, 1918–1999

All 20th-century volumes (1918–1999) of the Hispanic American Historical Review have been digitized and are now available open access.

Free Duke University Press resources via Project MUSE

In response to current challenges scholars face as a result of COVID-19, Duke University Press is opening archival content for around 20 of our journals hosted on Project MUSE.
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