The case for global education

September 7, 2012 nyupressblog 0

Did you know tomorrow is International Literacy Day? Established by UNESCO in 1965, International Literacy Day (observed annually on September 8) focuses attention on worldwide literacy needs, reminding the international community that literacy is a human right and the foundation

Book reading tomorrow at Bluestockings!

February 21, 2012 nyupressblog 0

Mary Romero will be at Bluestockings (bookstore/fair trade cafe/activist center) tomorrow to read from her book, The Maid’s Daughter: Living Inside and Outside the American Dream.  Where: Bluestockings (172 Allen St., between Stanton and Rivington) When:

2011 Holiday Book Sale!

November 29, 2011 nyupressblog 0

More New York Stories The Best of the City Section of the New York Times Constance Rosenblum, ed. $18.95 | $13.26 Tales for Little Rebels A Collection of Radical Children’s Literature Julia L. Mickenberg and

University Press Ebook Consortium Moves Forward

August 5, 2010 nyupressblog 3

The team of directors spearheading a university press-branded consortium to sell collections of ebooks to academic libraries—Steve Maikowski, New York University Press; Eric Halpern, University of Pennsylvania Press; Alex Holzman, Temple University Press; and Marlie

Buy NYU Press Books on Scribd

April 2, 2010 nyupressblog 0

Now, you can buy all of NYU Press’s newest titles at, where you can read them anywhere you have an internet connection, on any computer. And they’re cheaper than the print editions! Browse our

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