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5 academic books that will shape the future


What is the future of academic publishing? We’re celebrating University Press Week (8-14 November 2015) and Academic Book Week (9-16 November) with a series of blog posts on scholarly publishing from staff and partner presses. Following on from our list of academic books that changed the world, we’re looking to the future and how our current publishing could change lives and attitudes in years to come.

From books about artificial intelligence to modern Christian ethics, from books discussing the future of economics to transformative experience, we have scoured our recent titles to bring you the books that we think will shape the academic landscape in years to come. What current book or text do you feel will have a big impact on our academic future? Which academic book do you think will change lives in years to come? Share your suggestions in the comments below.

Featured image credit: ‘Day 158: Diffusion of Knowledge’, by Quinn Dombrowski, CC-BY-SA-2.0 via Flickr.

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  1. Justin Kabiling

    The Logic of Scientific Discovery by Karl Popper

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