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2014-04-10 UC Press to partner with HighWire Beginning in mid-2015 UC Press journal content will be hosted on the HighWire Open Platform from Stanford University Read more...
2013-11-20 JAMS Article Wins Einstein Award Theodor Dumitrescus has won the American Musicological Society Alfred Einstein Award for best article by a younger scholar Read more...
2013-03-12 UC Press to Publish Two New Journals UC Press is pleased to announce the addition of International Review of Qualitative Research and Qualitative Communication Research to its publishing program. Read more...
2013-03-07 Important Notice for Institutional Subscribers The grace period for online access to UC Press journals on the JSTOR platform closed on Feb 28th 2013. Read more...
2012-10-10 Jung Journal moving to Taylor and Francis Jung Journal will be moving to Taylor and Francis in January 2013 Read more...
2012-08-08 University of California Press announces departure from ProQuest Beginning in 2013, all University of California Press journals, with the exception of Journal of Palestine Studies, will be leaving the ProQuest aggregated databases. Read more...
2011-10-25 UC Press partners with OUP to publish online monographs UC Press is pleased to announce it will partner with Oxford University Press to launch California Scholarship Online/CALSO, a fully enabled XML ebook hosting environment with cutting edge search and discovery functionality, in March 2012. Read more...
2011-10-24 Non-traditional families face rental discrimination, Social Problems reports In the August issue of Social Problems, researchers report that new forms of family households--especially, single parents and same-sex couples--are likely to face discrimination in their interactions with rental markets. Read more...
2011-10-23 Pacific Historical Review articles take home Western History Association awards At the Western History Association's Semi-Centennial Conference, two recent articles from Pacific Historical Review took home awards... Read more...
2011-10-14 UC Press to Publish Southern California Quarterly UC Press is proud to announce a partnership to publish Southern California Quarterly, the flagship publication of the Historical Society of Southern California, beginning in spring 2012! Read more...
2011-10-11 New York Times highlights Auk article demonstrating 'cycle of violence' in birds In their October 10, 2011 edition, The New York Times relays research slated to appear in The Auk 128:4 this fall that, for the first time, provides evidence for the "cycle of violence" hypothesis that abused children are more likely to become abusers themselves as adults. Read more...
2011-10-07 Representations article wins international award Sue Zemka's article "The Death of Nancy 'Sikes', 1838-1912" (from the Spring 2010 Representations) has been awarded the North American Victorian Studies Association Donald Gray Prize. Read more...
2011-08-11 Article in The Auk featured on BBC News Online An article from the October 2011 issue of the Auk detailing the first evidence of a cycle of "child abuse" among animals has been featured on BBC News Online. Read more...
2011-07-14 UC Press announces partnership to publish California Management Review UC Press and the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley today announced their new partnership in publishing the business school's flagship, peer-reviewed journal, California Management Review, beginning in November. Read more...
2011-05-05 JVS celebrates new edition of a classic history book The new issue of Journal of Vietnamese Studies features an exclusive interview with Jeffrey Race, author of the recently-updated classic "War Comes to Long An." There is an in-depth review essay in the issue as well. Read more...
2011-04-18 Gastronomica nominated for Independent Press Award Gastronomica has been honored with a nomination from UTNE in the category of "Social/Cultural Coverage" Read more...
2011-04-08 BioScience featured on NPR "Soundscape Ecology" (from BioScience 61:3) was featured recently on NPR's Weekend Edition Read more...
2010-06-11 Now Available! Topical collections from BioScience Each collection features thematically grouped articles, hand-picked by the editors of BioScience, the prestigious journal of the American Institute of Biological Sciences. Read more...
2010-03-18 JSAH Featured in Inside Higher Education A feature article on the partnership between the SAH and UC Press Journals. Read more...
2010-03-16 SAH to Partner with UC Press and JSTOR New online journal from the Society of Architectural Historians a Bold Electronic Initiative in Partnership with University of California Press and JSTOR. Read more...
2010-03-10 Celebrating ten years of Gastronomica The Winter 2010 issue of Gastronomica marks ten years of publication for this award-winning journal. Read more...
2010-03-09 Gastronomica Reader reviewed in New York Times The newly-published Gastronomica Reader has been mentioned in the "Food Stuff" section of the NY Times, which describes the book as "a volume to browse and absorb." Read more...
2010-01-05 Special Issue of Asian Survey: Ethnic Subnationalist Movements in Contemporary South Asia By presenting fresh research into eight subnationalist movements in contemporary South Asia, the issue explores one of the most important and fragile regions in the world. Read more...
2009-12-22 Boom: A Journal of California The first and only scholarly journal to explore The Golden State in its totality--its history, culture, society, industry, politics, and arts and how they both influence and are influenced by the wider world—Boom is devoted to advancing our intellectual understanding of California. Read more...
2009-12-03 Social Problems study lauded in New York Times A recent Social Problems study on gender, race, and job leads has been praised by the New York Times. Read more...
2009-11-06 AIBS Publishes Darwin Articles Open Access To celebrate the 150th anniversary this month of the publication of On the Origin of Species, the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) is publishing open access two peer-reviewed articles about Charles Darwin and his historic insights into evolution. Read more...
2009-10-26 Special Issue of Representations features essays on Symptomatic Reading and its aftermath Representations 108, The Way We Read Now, takes a close look at new ways of performing literary analysis in the twenty-first century. Read more...
2009-09-21 19th-Century Music wins 2009 Jerome Roche Prize UC Press is pleased to announce that Arman Schwartz‌’s "Rough Music: Tosca and Verismo Reconsidered," from the Spring 2008 19th-Century Music, has been awarded the Royal Musical Association's Jerome Roche Prize for 2009. Read more...
2009-08-19 Reintroducing a classic tribute to Julia Child Due to renewed public interest, in September UC Press will be reissuing the Summer 2005 issue of Gastronomica, a tribute to legendary food icon Julia Child. Read more...
2009-08-13 UC Press and JSTOR to Create Shared Online Platform UC Press and JSTOR today announced a new effort to invest in a shared online platform and outreach services that promise to create a more seamless, rich online work environment for faculty and students. Read more...
2009-07-23 Social Problems Climbs ISI Rankings UC Press is pleased to announce that Social Problems has moved up in the recently released ISI Journal Citation Reports rankings, to number 5 out of 99 sociological journals surveyed. Read more...
2009-04-07 The Auk named a Top 100 Journal in Biology and Medicine The Biomedical and Life Sciences Division of the Special Libraries Association recently selected The Auk as one of the 100 most influential journals over the last 100 years. Read more...
2009-03-25 MEDLINE Accepts JERHRE UC Press is pleased to announce that, through a rigorous selection process, the Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics (JERHRE) has been accepted for inclusion in the MEDLINE database. Read more...
2009-02-09 UC Press Announces Partnership with Society of Architectural Historians The Society of Architectural Historians has selected UC Press as its new partner in publishing the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (JSAH), beginning in January 2010. Read more...
2009-02-06 Gastronomica wins AAP/PSP PROSE award Gastronomica has won the AAP/PSP PROSE award for Best Design in Print Read more...
2009-01-30 Distinguished award for LAL editor Law and Literature founding editor Richard Weisberg awarded the prestigious Chevalier of the National Order of the Legion of Honor. Read more...
2008-12-19 Representations Special Anniversary Issue: On Form In celebration of twenty-five years of publication, Representations returns to a topic that has occupied it from its earliest days: the implications of formal analysis. Read more...
2008-09-09 Film Quarterly Celebrates 50 Years The current issue of Film Quarterly marks the 50th anniversary of this influential journal. Read more...
2008-08-04 Representations Article Wins NAVSA Award Andrew Miller's essay from Representations 98 has been awarded the 2007 Donald Gray Prize for best essay in Victorian studies. Read more...
2008-03-19 Special Issue of The Public Historian: Sites of Conscience The March issue of the official journal of the National Council on public history examines the changing role of historical sites in engaging participation in civil society. Read more...
2008-01-09 Gastronomica Honored by Utne Reader, Saveur Gastronomica wins Utne Independent Press Award for Social/Cultural coverage and appears on the Saveur 100 list. Read more...
2007-11-21 UC Press To Publish Prestigious California-based Jung Journal Beginning with the first issue of Volume 2, UC Press will become the publisher for Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, the quarterly journal of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. Read more...
2007-10-09 The Condor Migrates to UC Press in '08 The Cooper Ornithological Society, one of the oldest and most important ornithological societies in the world, has chosen UC Press as its new publishing partner for The Condor. Read more...
2007-08-02 HSPS becomes Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences becomes Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences in 2008. Frequency to move from biannual to quarterly. Read more...
2007-07-16 American Ornithologists’ Union Taps UC Press to Publish The Auk UC Press and BioOne work together to expand the online presence of premier ornithology journal Read more...
2007-07-16 Journal of Vietnamese Studies Moves to Triannual Publication in 2008 Vietnamese studies journal begins triannual publication with Volume 3. Read more...
2007-04-04 UC Press Selects Manuscript Central UC Press has selected ScholarOne's Manuscript Central suite of tools for online peer review. Read more...
2007-01-30 Representations #92 Wins Award Representations #92 shares the prize for Best Special Issue of 2006 from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals. Read more...
2006-12-14 The Missing Feminist Revolution in Sociology Announcing a special issue of Social Problems, commemorating the publication of a landmark article on feminism. Read more...
2006-12-01 UC Press Signs Agreement with Portico University of California Press Journals & Digital Publishing Division has entered into an agreement with Portico for the long term preservation of its journal content. Read more...
2006-10-04 UC Press Author Wins History Award Thomas A. Krainz has been awarded the 2006 WHA Michael P. Malone Award for an article in Pacific Historical Review. Read more...
2006-09-22 UC Press Launches Blog University of California Press has recently launched a blog with news related to its books, journals, and digital projects. Read more...
2006-09-10 New from UC Press: New Criminal Law Review University of California Press is proud to announce that in January 2007, it will begin publishing New Criminal Law Review (formerly Buffalo Criminal Law Review). Subscribe today! Read more...
2006-09-09 Rob White Joins UC Press as Film Quarterly Editor UC Press is very pleased to announce that Rob White has become the third editor in Film Quarterly's distinguished history. Read more...
2006-08-31 New from UC Press: Journal of Vietnamese Studies In November 2006 University of California Press will launch Journal of Vietnamese Studies, the world's only peer-reviewed English-language journal devoted exclusively to Vietnamese studies. Don't miss a single issue. Subscribe today! Read more...
2006-07-25 HINARI and AGORA UC Press now provides free or low-cost online access to many of its journals to institutions in the developing world through the World Health Organization's HINARI and the Food and Agriculture Organization's AGORA initiatives. Read more...