Today's UP Week blog tour theme is Throwback Thursday! The following presses stepped into the wayback machine for their posts:
Project Muse highlights some of its best university press content for its 20th anniversary this year.
The University of Minnesota Press shares information and infographic material related to its 90th birthday.
The University of Chicago Press travels back to 1991, the year the PDF was invented, and finds a mysterious missive about the future of scholarly publishing.
Books, catalogs, and photos from 48 years of publishing are featured on the University of Manitoba's blog.
The University of Washington Press kicks off its centennial with highlights and photos of its history.
Duke University Press celebrates its surprising journals covers from the past.
The University of Texas Press takes a look back on the street style of 1970s Pennsylvania through the lens of seminal street photographer Mark Cohen.
The University of Michigan Press discusses the evolution of its book Michigan Trees through the more than 100 years the publication has been in existence.
The University Press of Kansas looks at books which relate to what happened today in history.
Minnesota Historical Society Press features Mike Evangelist's Downtown: Minneapolis in the 1970s. Evangelist's photos generated great interest on social media by those reflecting on the many long-lost places and styles featured. The book itself offers a throwback look at this era.
The University of California Press discusses how the first volume of the Autobiography of Mark Twain became a media cause célèbre when it was first published five years ago.
The University of Toronto Press highlights designs of its journals over the years.
Manchester University Press author Peter Barry reflects on his book Beginning Theory 20 years after its publication.
Author Joseph B. Raskin takes us on a trip through New York City's unbuilt subway system on the Fordham University Press blog.