Wednesday Sep 11th, 2013

Booksellers in revolution

The written word has always played its part in the spreading of revolutionary ideas and in the recording of historical events. Until the Internet, this was done principally by the bookshops of the world, nowhere more so than across the countries of Asia and the Middle East, where the humble corner bookshop sells not just books, but newspapers, magazines, stationery, and all manner of things to keep… read more »

Monday Apr 14th, 2014

An interview with Brian Hughes, digital strategist

Brian Hughes discusses his role in developing Oxford University Press’s online program
Saturday Mar 29th, 2014

What is academic history for?

Paula A. Michaels on academia versus popular history
Thursday Mar 6th, 2014

How much could 19th century nonfiction authors earn?

Simon Eliot and John Feather on author compensation at the Press
Thursday Feb 27th, 2014

The Press stands firm against the French Revolution and Napoleon

Simon Eliot discusses a major publication during this turbulent era
Tuesday
Feb 25th, 2014

Family photos and the spectre of global leadership

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Thursday
Feb 20th, 2014

What price books?

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Thursday
Feb 13th, 2014

Oxford University Press faces up to the Nazis

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Saturday
Feb 8th, 2014

Going local: understanding regional library needs

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Thursday
Feb 6th, 2014

Letters, telegrams, steam, and speed

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Tuesday
Feb 4th, 2014

Facebook turns ten: teenager or (grand)parent?

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Thursday
Jan 30th, 2014

Half the cost of a book

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Monday
Jan 27th, 2014

Getting back in Blackstone’s game

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Saturday
Jan 25th, 2014

Rebecca Lane on publishing

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