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2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing


Bloomsbury Products Special Offer   
Bloomsbury Publishing products are eligible for a special Spring 2021 offer:
  • Up to 25% off, depending on product
  • Special additional discounting for combined product orders
  • Deadline to participate is May 31, 2021


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


    Digital Solutions 2021 Spring Offer   
    • Digital Solutions is offering free OCR on all scanning projects over $1000.
    • Projects must be quoted and delivered to their facilities between March 15th and May 31st, 2021
    • Offer includes a multi-page PDF for each item with uncorrected OCR output
    • Additional derivatives (Jp2, txt) are available for the standard LYRASIS member discount
    • Document assembly and special naming are not included but can be quoted upon request
    • Please contact your member outreach representative to take advantage of this opportunity


    DOAB/OAPEN Membership   
    • Contributing to DOAB and OAPEN provides an opportunity for your institution to invest in the long-term sustainability of open, reliable, and truly global infrastructure services for open access (OA) scholarly books.
    • Benefits of DOAB/OAPEN Membership include:
      • Free hosting, distribution and preservation service in the OAPEN Library for publishing entities affiliated with the contributing institution.
      • Metadata integration. Contributors are entitled to customised feeds, integrating the metadata of OAPEN and DOAB collections of OA books in MARC21 or other formats. Also available through knowledge bases, such as Ex Libris Primo, OCLC WorldCat, and EBSCO Discovery Service.
      • Usage reports. COUNTER-compliant usage reports including institutional (IP-based) and geolocation (regional) usage, shared on a regular basis.
      • Contributors are invited to give input to the continued development of the OAPEN and DOAB services on a yearly basis.
      • Acknowledgment of contributors on the DOAB and OAPEN websites and through DOAB and OAPEN twitter accounts.
      • New title alerts. Create custom queries to be alerted when new titles become available in the OAPEN Library.


    George Blood 2021 Spring Offer   
    • Tired of 2020? George Blood is hoping to make 2021 better by increasing the spring LYRASIS member discount to 21%!
    • Projects must be quoted and delivered to their facilities between March 15th 2021 and May 31st, 2021
    • Please contact your member outreach representative to take advantage of this opportunity


    HeinOnline New Offer    


    Hollinger Metal Edge 2021 Spring Offer   
    • Hollinger Metal Edge is pleased to offer an additional 5% off all file folders and record boxes (25% total discount)
    • March 15th - May 31st, 2021
    • Please ask your regional member outreach representative or member support for the discount code


    LYRASIS United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Fund   


    New York Times Featured Offer   
    The New York Times is offering a special promotion for new subscribers:
    • 13 months for the price of 12 for subscriptions beginning July 1, 2021
    • Offer ends May 31, 2021, and 1 month of free access will begin on June 1, 2021


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Combinatorial Theory   
    • Combinatorial Theory is helmed by a journal editorial board that recently left a large commercial publisher and is now establishing a new mathematics OA journal.
    • The new journal, Combinatorial Theory, will deepen and broaden the impact of its predecessor, embark with an inclusive vision that is international in scope, and be guided by a diverse editorial team seeking top research papers from the global combinatorial community.
    • Combinatorial Theory Funding Goal
      • $25,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Combinatorial Theory Funding Request
      • Level 1 | Baccalaureate/Associate's; Associate’s; Special Focus 4-year; Special Focus 2-Year; Tribal Colleges & Universities; Academic Departments | CRKN Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | $500
      • Level 2 | Master’s; Baccalaureate | CRKN Bands 6, 7, 8, 9 | $1,000
      • Level 3 | Doctoral | CRKN Bands 10, 11, 12, 13 | $1,500
      • Level 4 | Special Programs; Supporting Organizations | $2,000
    • Review Combinatorial Theory's Investment Criteria Responses


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Environmental Humanities   
    • Environmental Humanities is an OA journal published by Duke University Press that is seeking investment for editorial and publication services to support an additional OA journal issue each year for five years.
    • As the field of environmental humanities continues its rapid growth and development, the Press and the Editors want to increase the journal’s frequency in 2022 from two issues to three issues per year and to provide financial support to the journal’s editorial office.
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Goal
      • $30,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Request
      • Five-year commitments are being sought for annual contributions at any of the following levels:
        • Level 1/$500
        • Level 2/$1,000
    • Review Environmental Humanities' Investment Criteria Responses


    Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
    • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
    • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount


    Oxford Very Short Introductions   
    • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2021
    • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2021


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | August 1, 2021 - July 31, 2022   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: June 4, 2021


    punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program   
    • punctum books is an open access and print-on-demand independent publisher dedicated to radically creative modes of intellectual inquiry of high-quality academic books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design
    • The punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program provides an opportunity for the library community to support:
      1. The publication of high-quality open-access books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design, with no publication fees imposed upon authors; and
      2. The collaborative development and sustainable maintenance of open-source and community-owned infrastructure for open-access books in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
    • North American institutional pricing is tiered and participation can be for one-year, three-year, or five-year commitments


    Springer Nature eBook Collection Offer   
    LYRASIS has partnered with Springer Nature to offer special discounting for members wishing to purchase 2005-2021 Springer Nature eBook collections:
    • 20% off all 21 Springer Nature eBooks collections (STEM & HSS)
    • Discount is available for any subject collections not purchased in the last 2 calendar years.
    • Offer expires June 30, 2021


    University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection   
    • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
      • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
    • 5% discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection (including complementary term access to backlist) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • 5% discount on any Backlist Collection (2012 – 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist and Complete Backlist (2012 - 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


HeinOnline New Offer    


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


    DOAB/OAPEN Membership   
    • Contributing to DOAB and OAPEN provides an opportunity for your institution to invest in the long-term sustainability of open, reliable, and truly global infrastructure services for open access (OA) scholarly books.
    • Benefits of DOAB/OAPEN Membership include:
      • Free hosting, distribution and preservation service in the OAPEN Library for publishing entities affiliated with the contributing institution.
      • Metadata integration. Contributors are entitled to customised feeds, integrating the metadata of OAPEN and DOAB collections of OA books in MARC21 or other formats. Also available through knowledge bases, such as Ex Libris Primo, OCLC WorldCat, and EBSCO Discovery Service.
      • Usage reports. COUNTER-compliant usage reports including institutional (IP-based) and geolocation (regional) usage, shared on a regular basis.
      • Contributors are invited to give input to the continued development of the OAPEN and DOAB services on a yearly basis.
      • Acknowledgment of contributors on the DOAB and OAPEN websites and through DOAB and OAPEN twitter accounts.
      • New title alerts. Create custom queries to be alerted when new titles become available in the OAPEN Library.


    HeinOnline New Offer    


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Combinatorial Theory   
    • Combinatorial Theory is helmed by a journal editorial board that recently left a large commercial publisher and is now establishing a new mathematics OA journal.
    • The new journal, Combinatorial Theory, will deepen and broaden the impact of its predecessor, embark with an inclusive vision that is international in scope, and be guided by a diverse editorial team seeking top research papers from the global combinatorial community.
    • Combinatorial Theory Funding Goal
      • $25,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Combinatorial Theory Funding Request
      • Level 1 | Baccalaureate/Associate's; Associate’s; Special Focus 4-year; Special Focus 2-Year; Tribal Colleges & Universities; Academic Departments | CRKN Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | $500
      • Level 2 | Master’s; Baccalaureate | CRKN Bands 6, 7, 8, 9 | $1,000
      • Level 3 | Doctoral | CRKN Bands 10, 11, 12, 13 | $1,500
      • Level 4 | Special Programs; Supporting Organizations | $2,000
    • Review Combinatorial Theory's Investment Criteria Responses


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Environmental Humanities   
    • Environmental Humanities is an OA journal published by Duke University Press that is seeking investment for editorial and publication services to support an additional OA journal issue each year for five years.
    • As the field of environmental humanities continues its rapid growth and development, the Press and the Editors want to increase the journal’s frequency in 2022 from two issues to three issues per year and to provide financial support to the journal’s editorial office.
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Goal
      • $30,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Request
      • Five-year commitments are being sought for annual contributions at any of the following levels:
        • Level 1/$500
        • Level 2/$1,000
    • Review Environmental Humanities' Investment Criteria Responses


    punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program   
    • punctum books is an open access and print-on-demand independent publisher dedicated to radically creative modes of intellectual inquiry of high-quality academic books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design
    • The punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program provides an opportunity for the library community to support:
      1. The publication of high-quality open-access books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design, with no publication fees imposed upon authors; and
      2. The collaborative development and sustainable maintenance of open-source and community-owned infrastructure for open-access books in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
    • North American institutional pricing is tiered and participation can be for one-year, three-year, or five-year commitments


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing


Bloomsbury Products Special Offer   
Bloomsbury Publishing products are eligible for a special Spring 2021 offer:
  • Up to 25% off, depending on product
  • Special additional discounting for combined product orders
  • Deadline to participate is May 31, 2021


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


Digital Solutions 2021 Spring Offer   
  • Digital Solutions is offering free OCR on all scanning projects over $1000.
  • Projects must be quoted and delivered to their facilities between March 15th and May 31st, 2021
  • Offer includes a multi-page PDF for each item with uncorrected OCR output
  • Additional derivatives (Jp2, txt) are available for the standard LYRASIS member discount
  • Document assembly and special naming are not included but can be quoted upon request
  • Please contact your member outreach representative to take advantage of this opportunity


George Blood 2021 Spring Offer   
  • Tired of 2020? George Blood is hoping to make 2021 better by increasing the spring LYRASIS member discount to 21%!
  • Projects must be quoted and delivered to their facilities between March 15th 2021 and May 31st, 2021
  • Please contact your member outreach representative to take advantage of this opportunity


Hollinger Metal Edge 2021 Spring Offer   
  • Hollinger Metal Edge is pleased to offer an additional 5% off all file folders and record boxes (25% total discount)
  • March 15th - May 31st, 2021
  • Please ask your regional member outreach representative or member support for the discount code


LYRASIS United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Fund   


New York Times Featured Offer   
The New York Times is offering a special promotion for new subscribers:
  • 13 months for the price of 12 for subscriptions beginning July 1, 2021
  • Offer ends May 31, 2021, and 1 month of free access will begin on June 1, 2021


Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
  • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
  • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount


Oxford Very Short Introductions   
  • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2021
  • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2021


Project MUSE Group EBA Program | August 1, 2021 - July 31, 2022   
  • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
  • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
  • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
  • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
    • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
    • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
    • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
    • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
    • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
  • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
  • Deadline to commit to participate: June 4, 2021


Springer Nature eBook Collection Offer   
LYRASIS has partnered with Springer Nature to offer special discounting for members wishing to purchase 2005-2021 Springer Nature eBook collections:
  • 20% off all 21 Springer Nature eBooks collections (STEM & HSS)
  • Discount is available for any subject collections not purchased in the last 2 calendar years.
  • Offer expires June 30, 2021


University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection (including complementary term access to backlist) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • 5% discount on any Backlist Collection (2012 – 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist and Complete Backlist (2012 - 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


Open Access Community Investment Program: Environmental Humanities   
  • Environmental Humanities is an OA journal published by Duke University Press that is seeking investment for editorial and publication services to support an additional OA journal issue each year for five years.
  • As the field of environmental humanities continues its rapid growth and development, the Press and the Editors want to increase the journal’s frequency in 2022 from two issues to three issues per year and to provide financial support to the journal’s editorial office.
  • Environmental Humanities Funding Goal
    • $30,000 by June 30, 2021
  • Environmental Humanities Funding Request
    • Five-year commitments are being sought for annual contributions at any of the following levels:
      • Level 1/$500
      • Level 2/$1,000
  • Review Environmental Humanities' Investment Criteria Responses


Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
  • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
  • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount


Oxford Very Short Introductions   
  • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2021
  • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2021


Project MUSE Group EBA Program | August 1, 2021 - July 31, 2022   
  • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
  • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
  • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
  • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
    • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
    • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
    • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
    • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
    • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
  • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
  • Deadline to commit to participate: June 4, 2021


punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program   
  • punctum books is an open access and print-on-demand independent publisher dedicated to radically creative modes of intellectual inquiry of high-quality academic books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design
  • The punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program provides an opportunity for the library community to support:
    1. The publication of high-quality open-access books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design, with no publication fees imposed upon authors; and
    2. The collaborative development and sustainable maintenance of open-source and community-owned infrastructure for open-access books in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • North American institutional pricing is tiered and participation can be for one-year, three-year, or five-year commitments


University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection (including complementary term access to backlist) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • 5% discount on any Backlist Collection (2012 – 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist and Complete Backlist (2012 - 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


LYRASIS United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Fund   


Project MUSE Group EBA Program | August 1, 2021 - July 31, 2022   
  • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
  • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
  • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
  • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
    • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
    • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
    • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
    • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
    • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
  • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
  • Deadline to commit to participate: June 4, 2021


punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program   
  • punctum books is an open access and print-on-demand independent publisher dedicated to radically creative modes of intellectual inquiry of high-quality academic books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design
  • The punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program provides an opportunity for the library community to support:
    1. The publication of high-quality open-access books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design, with no publication fees imposed upon authors; and
    2. The collaborative development and sustainable maintenance of open-source and community-owned infrastructure for open-access books in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • North American institutional pricing is tiered and participation can be for one-year, three-year, or five-year commitments


Springer Nature eBook Collection Offer   
LYRASIS has partnered with Springer Nature to offer special discounting for members wishing to purchase 2005-2021 Springer Nature eBook collections:
  • 20% off all 21 Springer Nature eBooks collections (STEM & HSS)
  • Discount is available for any subject collections not purchased in the last 2 calendar years.
  • Offer expires June 30, 2021


University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection (including complementary term access to backlist) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • 5% discount on any Backlist Collection (2012 – 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist and Complete Backlist (2012 - 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Combinatorial Theory   
    • Combinatorial Theory is helmed by a journal editorial board that recently left a large commercial publisher and is now establishing a new mathematics OA journal.
    • The new journal, Combinatorial Theory, will deepen and broaden the impact of its predecessor, embark with an inclusive vision that is international in scope, and be guided by a diverse editorial team seeking top research papers from the global combinatorial community.
    • Combinatorial Theory Funding Goal
      • $25,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Combinatorial Theory Funding Request
      • Level 1 | Baccalaureate/Associate's; Associate’s; Special Focus 4-year; Special Focus 2-Year; Tribal Colleges & Universities; Academic Departments | CRKN Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | $500
      • Level 2 | Master’s; Baccalaureate | CRKN Bands 6, 7, 8, 9 | $1,000
      • Level 3 | Doctoral | CRKN Bands 10, 11, 12, 13 | $1,500
      • Level 4 | Special Programs; Supporting Organizations | $2,000
    • Review Combinatorial Theory's Investment Criteria Responses


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Environmental Humanities   
    • Environmental Humanities is an OA journal published by Duke University Press that is seeking investment for editorial and publication services to support an additional OA journal issue each year for five years.
    • As the field of environmental humanities continues its rapid growth and development, the Press and the Editors want to increase the journal’s frequency in 2022 from two issues to three issues per year and to provide financial support to the journal’s editorial office.
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Goal
      • $30,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Request
      • Five-year commitments are being sought for annual contributions at any of the following levels:
        • Level 1/$500
        • Level 2/$1,000
    • Review Environmental Humanities' Investment Criteria Responses


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing


Bloomsbury Products Special Offer   
Bloomsbury Publishing products are eligible for a special Spring 2021 offer:
  • Up to 25% off, depending on product
  • Special additional discounting for combined product orders
  • Deadline to participate is May 31, 2021


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


    HeinOnline New Offer    


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Environmental Humanities   
    • Environmental Humanities is an OA journal published by Duke University Press that is seeking investment for editorial and publication services to support an additional OA journal issue each year for five years.
    • As the field of environmental humanities continues its rapid growth and development, the Press and the Editors want to increase the journal’s frequency in 2022 from two issues to three issues per year and to provide financial support to the journal’s editorial office.
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Goal
      • $30,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Request
      • Five-year commitments are being sought for annual contributions at any of the following levels:
        • Level 1/$500
        • Level 2/$1,000
    • Review Environmental Humanities' Investment Criteria Responses


    Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
    • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
    • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount


    Oxford Very Short Introductions   
    • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2021
    • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2021


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | August 1, 2021 - July 31, 2022   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: June 4, 2021


    punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program   
    • punctum books is an open access and print-on-demand independent publisher dedicated to radically creative modes of intellectual inquiry of high-quality academic books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design
    • The punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program provides an opportunity for the library community to support:
      1. The publication of high-quality open-access books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design, with no publication fees imposed upon authors; and
      2. The collaborative development and sustainable maintenance of open-source and community-owned infrastructure for open-access books in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
    • North American institutional pricing is tiered and participation can be for one-year, three-year, or five-year commitments


    University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection   
    • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
      • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
    • 5% discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection (including complementary term access to backlist) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • 5% discount on any Backlist Collection (2012 – 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist and Complete Backlist (2012 - 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


    DOAB/OAPEN Membership   
    • Contributing to DOAB and OAPEN provides an opportunity for your institution to invest in the long-term sustainability of open, reliable, and truly global infrastructure services for open access (OA) scholarly books.
    • Benefits of DOAB/OAPEN Membership include:
      • Free hosting, distribution and preservation service in the OAPEN Library for publishing entities affiliated with the contributing institution.
      • Metadata integration. Contributors are entitled to customised feeds, integrating the metadata of OAPEN and DOAB collections of OA books in MARC21 or other formats. Also available through knowledge bases, such as Ex Libris Primo, OCLC WorldCat, and EBSCO Discovery Service.
      • Usage reports. COUNTER-compliant usage reports including institutional (IP-based) and geolocation (regional) usage, shared on a regular basis.
      • Contributors are invited to give input to the continued development of the OAPEN and DOAB services on a yearly basis.
      • Acknowledgment of contributors on the DOAB and OAPEN websites and through DOAB and OAPEN twitter accounts.
      • New title alerts. Create custom queries to be alerted when new titles become available in the OAPEN Library.


    LYRASIS United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Fund   


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Combinatorial Theory   
    • Combinatorial Theory is helmed by a journal editorial board that recently left a large commercial publisher and is now establishing a new mathematics OA journal.
    • The new journal, Combinatorial Theory, will deepen and broaden the impact of its predecessor, embark with an inclusive vision that is international in scope, and be guided by a diverse editorial team seeking top research papers from the global combinatorial community.
    • Combinatorial Theory Funding Goal
      • $25,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Combinatorial Theory Funding Request
      • Level 1 | Baccalaureate/Associate's; Associate’s; Special Focus 4-year; Special Focus 2-Year; Tribal Colleges & Universities; Academic Departments | CRKN Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | $500
      • Level 2 | Master’s; Baccalaureate | CRKN Bands 6, 7, 8, 9 | $1,000
      • Level 3 | Doctoral | CRKN Bands 10, 11, 12, 13 | $1,500
      • Level 4 | Special Programs; Supporting Organizations | $2,000
    • Review Combinatorial Theory's Investment Criteria Responses


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Environmental Humanities   
    • Environmental Humanities is an OA journal published by Duke University Press that is seeking investment for editorial and publication services to support an additional OA journal issue each year for five years.
    • As the field of environmental humanities continues its rapid growth and development, the Press and the Editors want to increase the journal’s frequency in 2022 from two issues to three issues per year and to provide financial support to the journal’s editorial office.
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Goal
      • $30,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Request
      • Five-year commitments are being sought for annual contributions at any of the following levels:
        • Level 1/$500
        • Level 2/$1,000
    • Review Environmental Humanities' Investment Criteria Responses


    punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program   
    • punctum books is an open access and print-on-demand independent publisher dedicated to radically creative modes of intellectual inquiry of high-quality academic books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design
    • The punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program provides an opportunity for the library community to support:
      1. The publication of high-quality open-access books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design, with no publication fees imposed upon authors; and
      2. The collaborative development and sustainable maintenance of open-source and community-owned infrastructure for open-access books in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
    • North American institutional pricing is tiered and participation can be for one-year, three-year, or five-year commitments


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


    HeinOnline New Offer    


    Open Access Community Investment Program: Environmental Humanities   
    • Environmental Humanities is an OA journal published by Duke University Press that is seeking investment for editorial and publication services to support an additional OA journal issue each year for five years.
    • As the field of environmental humanities continues its rapid growth and development, the Press and the Editors want to increase the journal’s frequency in 2022 from two issues to three issues per year and to provide financial support to the journal’s editorial office.
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Goal
      • $30,000 by June 30, 2021
    • Environmental Humanities Funding Request
      • Five-year commitments are being sought for annual contributions at any of the following levels:
        • Level 1/$500
        • Level 2/$1,000
    • Review Environmental Humanities' Investment Criteria Responses


    Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
    • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
    • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount


    Oxford Very Short Introductions   
    • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2021
    • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2021


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | August 1, 2021 - July 31, 2022   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: June 4, 2021


    punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program   
    • punctum books is an open access and print-on-demand independent publisher dedicated to radically creative modes of intellectual inquiry of high-quality academic books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design
    • The punctum books Supporting Library Membership Program provides an opportunity for the library community to support:
      1. The publication of high-quality open-access books in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Architecture & Design, with no publication fees imposed upon authors; and
      2. The collaborative development and sustainable maintenance of open-source and community-owned infrastructure for open-access books in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
    • North American institutional pricing is tiered and participation can be for one-year, three-year, or five-year commitments


    University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection   
    • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
      • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
    • 5% discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection (including complementary term access to backlist) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • 5% discount on any Backlist Collection (2012 – 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist and Complete Backlist (2012 - 2020) with commitment to purchase made by June 30, 2021
    • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?