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Disrupting class?

Benedicte Page explores the balancing act that education publishers have on their hands as they engage with the digital transition. Read more

Fulbrook wins £40,000 Wolfson History Prize

This year’s £40,000 Wolfson History Prize has been won by Mary Fulbrook for her “masterly” book Reckonings: Legacies of Nazi Persecution and the Quest for Justice (Oxford... Read more

Susskind wins Estoril Global Issues Distinguished Book Prize

James Susskind will receive the €15,000 (£13,000) Estoril Global Issues Distinguished Book Prize later this month for his debut Future Politics (Oxford University Press).... Read more

Wolfson History Prize shortlist unveiled

Oxford University Press and Yale University Press have bagged two nominations each as the Wolfson History Prize 2019 shortlist is revealed.  Read more

OUP's gender pay gap broadly unchanged

Oxford University Press' latest UK gender pay gap details, covering the year ending March 2018, show a small increase in the median figure from 12.6%... Read more

Publishers back Young Fiction to take flight

Middle Grade may be the dominant force in children’s fiction at the moment, but a number of UK publishers are backing early readers series to... Read more

OUP’s Very Short Introductions hit 600

Oxford University Press will publish Reading, the 600th title in its Very Short Introductions series, next month.  Read more

Hutchinson leaves OUP for Reading Agency role

Oxford University Press’ Fraser Hutchinson will join literacy charity the Reading Agency in April as head of publisher partnerships. Read more

Farquhar-Thomson heads to Princeton University Press

After 20 years heading up the PR department for Oxford University Press's Academic division, Kate Farquhar-Thomson is moving to Princeton University Press as head of publicity, Europe.... Read more

Review of 2018: Specialist Publishers

We investigate how specialist children's, illustrated/comic and academic/educational publishers fared last year in our Review of 2018.   Read more

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