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June 21, 2016

Duke University Press 2017 pricing for single issue journal titles, the e-Duke Journals collections, and the e-Duke Books collection is now available online. Please visit our Library Resource Center for pricing information.

Pricing for Euclid Prime, a collection of mathematics and statistics titles hosted on Project Euclid, will be announced later this summer.

Addition of two titles to the 2017 journals list

Duke University Press is pleased to announce the additions of Archives of Asian Art and Qui Parle to its journal list. Archives of Asian Art publishes scholarship by leading specialists on the visual arts of South, Southeast, Central, and East Asia. One issue per year...

June 20, 2016

June 20 is World Refugee Day. With hundreds drowning in the Mediterranean as they try to get to Europe and thousands of people languishing in camps around the world, it seems especially crucial to turn to scholarship to understand what’s behind these crises. Here are some titles that address the issue of refugees worldwide. And don’t forget, today is the final day to save 50% on these and all in-stock titles using coupon code STOCKUP.

making_refugeIn Making Refuge: Somali Bantu Refugees and Lewiston, Maine, Catherine Besteman looks at how people whose entire way of life has been destroyed and who witnessed horrible abuses against loved ones are able to construct a new future. Besteman follows the trajectory of Somali Bantus from their homes in Somalia...

June 17, 2016

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It’s less then 2 months until the Olympic games in Rio, and with the end of our sale approaching there’s no better time than now to read about Brazil. Editor Gisela Fosado wants to help you understand Brazil better. Check out her recommendations and enter coupon code STOCKUP at checkout, now through June 20.

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