More than 600 books have been added to University Press Scholarship Online this month from eighteen of our partner presses, including titles from Oxford University Press. This brings the total number of books available on the platform to over 34,000.
New works have been added to 27 subject modules, including History, Literature, Philosophy, Political Science and Sociology. These books cover a multitude of topics, from urban ingenuity at the end of East Germany to humanist readings of French ecofiction, and from the politics of appearance for Black women political elites to gender inequality in the British film and television industries.
This update includes the following Open Access titles:
- The Logic of Filtering: How Noise Shapes the Sound of Recorded Music by Melle Jan Kromhout
- Making AI Intelligible: Philosophical Foundations by Herman Cappelen and Josh Dever
- Networks of Modernity: Germany in the Age of the Telegraph, 1830-1880 by Jean-Michel Johnston
Discover a selection of new books by clicking on the covers below: