2011 pricing now available, new acquisitions announced

Books Scholarly Collection

There will be no price increase for
the 2011 e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection. The collection includes
between 100 and 120 electronic books published in 2011. Current
customers also receive access to over 1,200 backlist titles.


Pricing for Euclid Prime, a collection of mathematics and
statistics titles, will be announced in August.

Addition of three titles
to the 2011 journal list Duke University Press is pleased to announce
the addition of three titles
in 2011.

The minnesota review is a
literary and cultural studies journal that focuses on politically
engaged criticism, fiction, and poetry. The journal will be included in
e-Duke Journals: Standard and Expanded.

Genre addresses questions
about the codes, conventions, and histories of genres. The journal will
be included in e-Duke Journals: Expanded.

Limnology and
Oceanography: Fluids and Environments
, a new online-only publication of
the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, features
interdisciplinary scholarship that relates fluid dynamics and transport
properties to biological, chemical, and geological processes in aquatic

New international pricing model

University Press is introducing a new international pricing model in
2011. For more information visit dukeupress.edu/library.

Visit us
at upcoming conferences

Representatives will attend the North
American Serials Interest Group (NASIG) meeting in Palm Springs, CA; the
American Library Association (ALA) meeting in Washington, DC; and the
International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) annual
conference in Gothenburg, Sweden. To arrange an appointment, please
contact libraryrelations@dukeupress.edu.

For more information about 2011
pricing and electronic collections, please visit the Library Resource
Center at dukeupress.edu/library.

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