Ramsey seeks to sculpt post-pandemic plan for Edinburgh after ‘whirlwind’ time

Ramsey seeks to sculpt post-pandemic plan for Edinburgh after ‘whirlwind’ time

Nicola Ramsey has just returned from the IPG’s Autumn Conference in London when she speaks to me, marking the first time she has travelled for work for 20 months. It is one of many firsts Ramsey has encountered during the “whirlwind” of the past five months, when she was named interim c.e.o. of Edinburgh University Press (EUP) following her predecessor Timothy Wright’s retirement.  

Despite the new role, Ramsey is far from new to the organisation. She has worked at the press for more than 26 years and was head of editorial (books) for nine of those, leading the growth of its book publishin...

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