Tagged: Edinburgh University Press

Edinburgh University Press breaks £4m sales revenue mark for first time

Edinburgh University Press’ book sales were up 6% on the previous year with sales revenue surpassing £4m for the first time, its latest financial results show.  ... Read more

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

After 26 years at Edinburgh University Press, Nicola Ramsey was named its interim c.e.o. five months ago, and has wasted no time looking to the... Read more

Q&A with De Gruyter's Steve Fallon

Steve Fallon discusses De Gruyter's new international distribution agreement with Edinburgh University Press, and its wider partnership programme.   Read more

Glasspool appointed to EUP Board

Jonathan Glasspool, formerly m.d. of Bloomsbury's non-consumer division and president of Bloomsbury USA and India, has been appointed as a non-executive board member at Edinburgh... Read more

Macdonald made interim editorial head at Edinburgh UP

Carol Macdonald has been appointed interim head of editorial (books) at Edinburgh University Press (EUP). Read more

Ramsey made interim c.e.o. at EUP

Nicola Ramsey has been appointed the interim c.e.o. of Edinburgh University Press (EUP), as Timothy Wright retires this summer. Read more

EUP reports 2% sales rise as Wright retirement announced

Edinburgh University Press has reported a 2% rise in sales for the year to end 31st July 2020 and announced that c.e.o. Timothy Wright will retire... Read more

EUP 'tried to censor' journal article over transphobia concerns

Three academics have claimed Edinburgh University Press tried to censor their journal article on gender self-identification in an “exceptional breach of normal practice” over transphobia... Read more

EUP buys law specialists Avizandum Publishing

Edinburgh University Press (EUP) has bought the publishing assets of Scottish law specialists Avizandum Publishing Ltd for an undisclosed sum. Read more

Mid-sized university presses thriving in unison

Outside of the Oxbridge powerhouses, mid-sized UPs are thriving with bespoke service, local appeal and a global market. Benedicte Page reports. Read more

Subscribe to RSS - Edinburgh University Press