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, we found conversations on student loans, old age employment and TV trends. What did you read this week?
New York University Press explores the new trend of the audience demand for TV storytelling using our favorite TV shows as examples.
Temple University Press addressed the consistently increasing percentage of those aged 65-74 in today’s workforce.
The MIT press closely analyzed student loan debts in the United States.
Harvard University Press marked the 150th anniversary of Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s surrender at the Appomattox Court House with a post considering how, in many ways, the Civil War did not end with Lee’s surrender.
Columbia University Press is giving away a free copy of Intimate Rivals, a book on Sino-Japanese relations and the impact of domestic forces on foreign policy.
Fordham University Press shared a post on Teach Me to Be Generous, a book about Regis High School which is a free but extremely selective top 50 high school in New York.
University of North Carolina Press shared 6 tips on how to create an Eco friendly landscape.
Oxford University Press reminisced on their orthodox Passovers and its breaking of misconceptions.
McGill Queen University Press is celebrating National Poetry Month with an online sale with 30% off all poetry titles in the Hugh Maclennan Series, and a daily poem on their Tumblr page.