October 28, 2020
Guest blog post by Ronjaunee Chatterjee, Alicia Mireles Christoff, and Amy R. Wong—guest editors for the latest free issue of Victorian Studies (Vol. 62, No. 3, Spring 2020) “Undisciplining Victorian Studies”
Made available by IU Press…. READ MORE
September 9, 2020
In the following introduction to The Character of American Democracy Jill Long Thompson shares an experience from her time serving in the United States House of Representatives. … READ MORE
May 4, 2018
Indiana University Press publishes innovative books that tackle the tough issues confronting us today—from a nuclear Iran to hazing to Islamophobia. Enter to win 3 books that will help you explore your world and discover new ideas that tackle today’s big issues: Volatile State: Iran in the Nuclear Age, On Islam: Muslims and the Media, and Hazing: Destroying Young Lives.
April 5, 2018
This year is turning out to be a year of protest amidst heightened social tensions – established groups like Black Lives Matter and new movements like the recent March for Our Lives rallies are pushing for transformational change in ways not seen since the Summer of 1968. In the forthcoming book, Black Lives Matter and Music: Protest, Intervention, Reflection, editors Fernando Orejuela and Stephanie Shonekan bring together scholars who feel a responsibility to connect people inside and outside of academia, while advocating for social and political change in minority communities.
March 8, 2018
In honor of Women’s History Month, enjoy some of our journals’ most recent contributions to the exploration of women’s issues across wide-ranging subject areas!
February 1, 2018
In honor of Black History Month, we invite you to recognize the contributions African Americans have made to our world, and discover groundbreaking scholarship stemming from the African Diaspora. From studies on African conflict and peace to dialogues on race and ethnicity, our journals in African and African-American studies actively work to break down stereotypes and focus on the struggles and aspirations of ordinary people. Enjoy the following sample articles for free from our African Studies journals.
Below, IU Press intern Alison Miethke reflects on the cultural moment highlighting women’s struggle to achieve equality and generational differences.
The Harvey Weinstein scandal might have sparked the #MeToo movement across social media,… READ MORE
October 9, 2017
Indigenous Peoples Day celebrates Native Americans and challenges the existing Eurocentric celebration of conquest and discovery that ignores the brutal reality of colonization. The articles below offer an opportunity to understand just a few of the historical and contemporary struggles indigenous people continue to face.
August 14, 2017
A message from Gary Dunham, the Director of IU Press and Digital Publishing:
The disturbing recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia remind us all that we need to remain vigilant against those that would demean and harm others simply because they are whom they are…. READ MORE
June 12, 2017
Take a closer look at the scholarship behind IU Press Journals! Charles P. Linscott’s article, “#BlackLivesMatter and the Mediatic Lives of a Movement” from Black Camera’s newest issue, is now available on JSTOR & Project MUSE. Below, Charles elaborates on the relevance of the #BlackLivesMatter movement and how its importance affects everything from juror prospection to pop culture.