The International Association of University Presses Updates Its Ukraine Resources

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The international Association of University Presses has updated and expanded its free-to-use resources on Ukraine and Russia’s aggression.

The flags of the alliance: NATO, the European Union, and Ukraine. Image – Getty, iStockphoto: Michele Ursi

 

By Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief | @Porter_Anderson

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‘Essential Reading’ on Ukraine—and Putin’s Aggression
With the publication today (March 2) of our anniversary interview with Julia Orlova, publisher of Ukraine’s Vivat Publishing—and with the attention that Ukraine and its publishing community will be getting at Bologna Children’s Book Fair (Monday through March 9)—we’d also like to alert you to new resources from the Association of University Presses.

As you may recall, the AUPresses, as they’re called, had nearly 30 of the association’s member presses answer a call shortly after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, providing resource materials on the history and background of the conflict. This was released on March 3, 2022.

For our story report today, the association has let Publishing Perspectives know than an updated and expanded list of such Ukraine crisis resources is now available here, free to use and explore.

“As the first anniversary of Russia’s horrific invasion of Ukraine nears,” the association writes, “our community’s resources for understanding the region and this brutal war continue to offer much-needed knowledge and context.”

AUPresses is a member of the International Publishers Association (IPA), and we have below a complete, linked listing for each university’s offerings on the subject.

AUPresses’ New 2023 Compendium of Ukraine Resources

The association continues to solicit updates and additional material from its full membership of university presses, and updates this listing as needed.


Catch up with all our coverage of Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine and its impact on the country’s publishing industry and players. More from Publishing Perspectives on the Ukrainian market is here, more on the freedom to publish and the freedom of expression is here

More from Publishing Perspectives on Bologna Children’s Book Fair is here, more on Bologna Book Plus is here, more on rights trading in the international book publishing industry is here, and our Rights Roundup series is here. More on children’s books is here, and more on world publishing’s trade shows and book fairs is here.

Publishing Perspectives is the International Publishers Association’s world media partner.

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Porter Anderson

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Porter Anderson has been named International Trade Press Journalist of the Year in London Book Fair's International Excellence Awards. He is Editor-in-Chief of Publishing Perspectives. He formerly was Associate Editor for The FutureBook at London's The Bookseller. Anderson was for more than a decade a senior producer and anchor with CNN.com, CNN International, and CNN USA. As an arts critic (Fellow, National Critics Institute), he was with The Village Voice, the Dallas Times Herald, and the Tampa Tribune, now the Tampa Bay Times. He co-founded The Hot Sheet, a newsletter for authors, which now is owned and operated by Jane Friedman.