5 Minutes with: Elizabeth Demers from the University of Michigan Press

On May 10, 2021, Philipp Hess, Knowledge Unlatched, has conducted an interview with Elizabeth Demers, an Editorial Director at the University of Michigan Press.

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A University of Michigan Press International Politics Collection Overview. 

      • Cutting edge analyses of structures and changes in political power in countries across the globe

      • Finest empirical and theoretical scholarship on how nations organize and confront their own political assumptions, and how they confront each other

      • The authors are internationally recognized experts, offering diverse global perspectives on power and politics

 More information about this collection: https://knowledgeunlatched.org/politics/.

About the University of Michigan Press.

It was founded in 1930 as a publishing house for top-notch scholarly books across a widely ranging gamut of topics, including political science, gender studies, music, fiction, theater, classics and archaeology, law, economics, American studies, and American history. Among the roster of its authors is Elinor Ostrom who won a Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2009. Through its publishing activity, the University of Michigan Press contributes to the public understanding of contemporary political, social, and cultural issues. Its books have garnered multiple international prizes, such as the German Studies Association Book Prize, Canadian Jewish Literary Awards, and Prize for Studies in Slavic Languages.

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