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  • The University of Michigan Press
    Teaching ELT Home Products by Skills Contact Ordering Exam Desk Copies Spring 2015 New Releases view all Heroic Offerings The Merchant of Prato s Wife Space Geography and Politics in the Early Roman Empire Treasure Map Anne Carson Making Waves Political Survival of Small Parties in Europe Strengthening International Courts After Django The Neapolitan Recipe Collection The Imprint of Another Life Mammographies Settlers of Unassigned Lands Internationalizing International Communication Tactics of the Human Clear Grammar 3 2nd Edition Interdisciplining Digital Humanities The Politics of Subjectivity in American Foreign Policy Discourses Imagining the Global The Necropastoral Researching Black Communities American Homes Religion and Spanish Film A Student Commentary on Pausanias Book 1 A Commentary on Cicero De Divinatione I Full Metal Jhacket Intellectual Empathy A Heart Beating Hard Snarl Finding Italy Wicked Takes the Witness Stand Counting the Tiger s Teeth The Real and the Sacred Coloring Whiteness Corrupting Luxury in Ancient Greek Literature Makeen s Journey Forward Hot Fudge Sundae in a White Paper Cup Paula Vogel The Glass City The Press Blog visit blog New York Times columnist David Carr passes away posted February 13 2015 The World of Childhood posted February 11 2015 Author Sally Barber Talks Michigan

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  • Shopping Cart - The University of Michigan Press
    Skills Contact Ordering Exam Desk Copies Shopping Cart The University of Michigan Press Shopping Cart feature is operated primarily by Perseus Distribution for print format and Chicago Distribution Center for Ebooks UMP also links out to other e vendors such as Amazon for Kindle and University Press Audio Books for audio books among others Having different operators for the ordering processing and fulfillment of print and Ebook editions means that

    Original URL path: http://www.press.umich.edu/carts (2015-02-20)
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  • For Authors and Prospective Authors - The University of Michigan Press
    History Applied Linguistics Classical Studies and Archaeology Class Studies Communications Cultural Studies Disability Studies English as a Second Language Fiction Gender Studies German Studies Law Literary Criticism and Theory Michigan and the Great Lakes Music New Media Poetics Political Science Theater and Performance and Writing Craft In addition to publishing individual titles in the areas above we also offer a number of book series intended to explore particular topics disciplines and themes To learn more about series in which we are actively acquiring visit our browse series page Submission Guidelines for Prospective Authors Please note that Applied Linguistics English as a Second Language ESL and Fiction and certain series including the series African Perspectives edited by Kelly Askew and Anne Pitcher have special submission guidelines If you are submitting to a specific series please check the series description to see if there are particular requirements For all other areas to ensure that your work receives proper attention we ask that you submit the following materials a statement addressing the following points the purpose or rationale of your book for projects in social sciences please include references to your sources and methodology similar or competing books in the field the audiences you envision for your book and the contributions your work offers why you think your manuscript is suited to the University of Michigan Press s list the length of the manuscript and the number of illustrations incorporated and your timetable for completion of the project if it is already finished please let us know that too a table of contents an outline of your chapters this should be no more than a paragraph or two describing the content of each chapter an introduction or detailed overview of your project if you have no introduction please supply a sample chapter or

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  • For Instructors - The University of Michigan Press
    Ordering Exam Desk Copies Exam Copy Requests Desk Copy Requests For Instructors Exam Copy Pre Adoption Requests Exam copy requests may be submitted in one of these two ways 1 Via our online exam copy request form For ELT ESL exam copy request form For non ELT ESL exam copy request form 2 In writing using your college university letterhead Fax it to 734 615 1540 Or you may mail it to University of Michigan Press Exam Copy Requests 839 Greene Street Ann Arbor MI 48104 3209 The email contacts are For ELT ESL esladmin umich edu For non ELT ESL shaunman umich edu Desk Copy Adoption Requests Desk copies are available to instructors for classroom use provided The book requested has been adopted and 10 or more copies have been ordered from a bookstore The number of desk copies requested does not exceed the number of instructors for the class The instructor has not previously received a copy If you met these requirements you may request a desk copy by submitting your request in one of these two ways Via online Desk copy request form In using your college university letterhead including the phone number of your bookstore fax

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  • For Media - The University of Michigan Press
    Fax 734 615 1540 Email shaunman umich edu In the body of your email please state the name of your publication outlet and include the title of the book you intend to review the author s name and the address to which the review copy should be sent Please note that many of our titles are available in print and electronic form if you d prefer to receive the book electronically please let us know and include the appropriate email address Once the review has been printed or posted please send a hard copy pdf or link to Shaun Manning Academic Marketing Manager University of Michigan Press 839 Greene Street Ann Arbor MI 48104 3209 Email shaunman umich edu If you are an instructor and wish to request an exam or desk copy of a University of Michigan Press title visit our For Instructors page For exam or desk copy requests of ELT titles please visit the English Language Teaching website Author Events If you would like to arrange an event with one of our authors please contact Shaun Manning at shaunman umich edu or 734 763 0163 Please be sure to provide the name of your outlet and a target date range Media Kits Online Media Kits are available for a number of our titles These kits usually include a high resolution cover image author photo press release and full author biography In some cases interior art and or sample pages will be posted in the Media Kit as well To find out if a title has a Media Kit visit the book s product detail page and look for a Media Kit button Award Winning Titles To browse our award winning titles please visit the Award Winners page News Reviews Interviews Our books and authors are great but

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  • For Booksellers - The University of Michigan Press
    Seasonal Catalogs Bibliographic Data Domestic Booksellers International Booksellers Distribution For Booksellers Seasonal Catalogs Our seasonal catalogs announce new titles and are available in PDF format Information in these catalogs is subject to change especially prices and publication dates Each PDF catalog page is hyperlinked to the book s webpage on our site for the latest bibliographic data click on the book s title View our Spring 2014 catalog Bibliographic Data Bibliographic data for our books is available from Firebrand s Eloquence service Domestic Booksellers Retail and Wholesale Policies and Discounts For inquiries regarding sales representation or discount policy please contact Shaun Manning Academic Marketing Manager Phone 734 763 0163 Email shaunman umich edu International Booksellers For inquiries regarding sales representation or discount policy please contact Shaun Manning Academic Marketing Manager Phone 734 763 0163 Email shaunman umich edu Distribution U K Continental Europe Africa excluding Egypt and Morocco Distribution and Sales Representation EUROSPAN Group c o Turpin Distribution Pegasus Drive Stratton Business Park Biggleswade Bedfordshire SG18 8TQ UK Phone 44 0 1767 604972 Fax 44 0 1767 601640 Email eurospan turpin distribution com Japan United Publishers Services Ltd 1 32 5 Higashi shinagawa Shinagawa ku Tokyo 140 0002 Japan Phone

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  • Browse - The University of Michigan Press
    HathiTrust Privacy Policy Careers Contact Address Phone Staff Directory Permissions Coursepack Requests Reprint Requests Electronic File Requests Subsidiary Rights For Authors For Instructors For Media Ordering General Information Ordering Print Books Ordering Ebooks Ordering Policies Promotion Codes Sales Representatives For Booksellers English Language Teaching ELT Home Products by Skills Contact Ordering Exam Desk Copies Browse Subjects Series New Releases Seasonal Catalog Digital Products Distributed Clients Award Winners Help Advanced Search

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  • Subjects - The University of Michigan Press
    Studies Classical Studies Greek Roman College Success Composition Cookbooks Cultural Studies Digital Projects Disability Studies Economics Development Economic Theory Globalization History of Economic Thought Industrial Organization International Economics Labor Health and Educational Economics Macro Economics Micro Economics System Development Education Higher Education Special Education Teacher Issues English as a Second Language ESL European Studies Balkans Eastern European Studies U K Politics Fiction Foreign Language Ancient Greek Arabic Asian Languages Latin Modern Greek Modern Hebrew Gender Studies Gay and Lesbian Studies Women s Studies German Studies Health Medicine Health Policy Management History African American History American History American Religious History Asian and Southeast Asian History Chinese History European History German History Historical Methods and Theory Intellectual History Labor History Medieval and Early Modern History Middle Eastern History Russian History Irish Studies Islamic Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latino Studies Law Comparative Law Criminology Intellectual Property International Law Law and Society Legal History Supreme Court and Constitutional Law Literary Studies 16th and 17th Century Literature 18th Century Literature 19th Century Literature 20th Century Literature American Literature Asian Literature British and Irish Literatures Editorial Theory Essay and Interview European Literature Literary Criticism and Theory Literature and Science Modern Literature Poetry and Poetry Criticism Mathematics and Engineering Media and Communication Cinema Studies Journalism New Media T V Radio Medieval and Renaissance Studies Memoir Michigan and the Great Lakes Ann Arbor University of Michigan Architecture Art Biography Memoir Botany Cookbooks Environmental Studies Folklore Gardening History Literature Maritime Music Native American Studies Natural Resources Nature Nature Guides Politics Sports Travel Middle and Near Eastern Studies Music Ethnomusicology Jazz Music Composition Music Theory Musicology Native American Studies Nature Environment Botany Environmental Studies Natural Resources Nature Guides Philosophy Political Science American Politics Comparative Politics Conflict Resolution Peace Studies Criminology Governance Human Rights International Relations Judicial Politics Political

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