Welcome to our weekly roundup of news from university presses! Once again, there is a lot to share this week from our fellow academic publishing houses and much to learn on What SUP at the social university presses. This week, education was a major focus for the academic presses as students flooded back to campus. What did you read this week?
The MIT Press started a back to school series this week discussing new curriculum models in an increasingly digital world, touching on coding education for K-12 students, MOOCs, and more.
UNC Press shared a guest post from the author of The Life and Times of Elijah Muhammad, examining current racial, religious, and economic issues as Elijah Muhammad might have seen them.
The University of Chicago Press offers a free ebook of Blair Kamin’s Terror and Wonder: Architecture in a Tumultuous Age.
The Wesleyan University Press continues their Throwback Thursday theme, sharing a poem from Crazy Melon and Chinese Apple: The Poems of Francis Chung (2000)
Columbia University Press interviews James Liebman, author of The Wrong Carlos about studying capital punishment in Texas.
Oxford University Press explains ebola from the biological level to the social, infrastructural, and governmental challenges to containing the virus.
Stanford University Press shares their fall catalog in an engaging flow chart format. Will you make it past the first question?