#TBT: Surprising Journal Covers

UPW-Logo-2015Welcome to Day 4 of the University Press Week blog tour! The theme for today’s post is Throwback Thursday. We’re featuring a few of our surprising journal issue covers from the past several years. Some of our favorites include a cover of boundary 2 featuring Mickey Mouse, a Radical History Review cover that teaches us the real key to making money, and an issue of the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies that will make you do a double-take. Do you have a favorite that we didn’t include? Let us know in the comments!

If you’re hankering for more #TBT posts, we invite you to check out the rest of the blog tour. Begin at Project Muse to check out highlights from their 20 years of university press content. Then head over to University of Minnesota Press for a spotlight on its 90th birthday. Next, University of Chicago Press offers up a letter written as if it were 1991, the year the PDF was founded. University of Manitoba Press pulls together books, catalogs, and book launch photos from their past 48 years in publishing, and University of Washington Press features highlights from the past 100 years. Take a look back on the street style of 1970s Pennsylvania with University of Texas Press, and then visit University of Michigan Press to learn about the evolution of their book Michigan Trees, which has been around for more than 100 years. University Press of Kansas examines today in history, and Minnesota Historical Society Press offers a look at Mike Evangelist’s photos of 1970s Minneapolis. Mark Twain’s autobiography takes the spotlight on University of California Press’s blog, and if you’re looking for more journal cover designs, head over to University of Toronto Press. Wrap up today’s tour with Fordham University Press’s blog post, which explores what might have been in New York City’s unbuilt subway system. And be sure to come back tomorrow for more great posts!


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