Author: john

One link for each of MUSE’s 20 years

For this “Throwback Thursday” of University Press Week, we’re pleased to point to a terrific post on Project MUSE Commons that celebrates 20 years of innovation, service, and success. “Twenty years may not seem like a big anniversary, especially compared to many university presses, but for a digital publishing venture twenty years is almost like…

Is it “propaganda” if it advocates for something you want?

Guest post by Jonathan Auerbach Because I recently coedited a collection of essays on the subject of propaganda, I sometimes get approached by journalists asking me to weigh in on current events. How effective is Putin’s “propaganda” against the West in promoting the separatist movement in Ukraine? How best to counteract gruesome ISIS videos, aimed…

Is it “propaganda” if it advocates for something you want?

Guest post by Jonathan Auerbach Because I recently coedited a collection of essays on the subject of propaganda, I sometimes get approached by journalists asking me to weigh in on current events. How effective is Putin’s “propaganda” against the West in promoting the separatist movement in Ukraine? How best to counteract gruesome ISIS videos, aimed…

OP (but not forgotten): The unlikely story of “Mr. Bones”

By Becky Clark For University Press Week, JHUP’s director of marketing looks back on one of our most surprising publishing successes. Once upon a time, years before cell phones, the Internet, and Project MUSE, the bestselling item from the Johns Hopkins University Press was a three-dimensional anatomical skeleton developed by Leon Schlossberg, one of America's…

OP (but not forgotten): The unlikely story of “Mr. Bones”

By Becky Clark For University Press Week, JHUP’s director of marketing looks back on one of our most surprising publishing successes. Once upon a time, years before cell phones, the Internet, and Project MUSE, the bestselling item from the Johns Hopkins University Press was a three-dimensional anatomical skeleton developed by Leon Schlossberg, one of America's…

Meet us in Denver: Association for the Study of Higher Education

If you are in Denver for the ASHE annual meeting, be sure to stop by to meet our staff, browse our latest publications, and take advantage of special meeting discounts. Throughout the meeting and after, JHUP books will be available at a 30% discount when your use the discount code HNAF. Check out what’s new and recent from JHUP in…

Meet us in Denver: Association for the Study of Higher Education

If you are in Denver for the ASHE annual meeting, be sure to stop by to meet our staff, browse our latest publications, and take advantage of special meeting discounts. Throughout the meeting and after, JHUP books will be available at a 30% discount when your use the discount code HNAF. Check out what’s new and recent from JHUP in…