Centers for Japanese Studies

U-M Press celebrates new collaboration with Center for Japanese Studies

by Jenny Geyer October 6, 2016

On Wednesday, University of Michigan Press/Michigan Publishing joined the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies (UMCJS) at the Asia Library to celebrate the publication of Red Roofs and Other Stories by renowned Japanese author, Jun’ichirō Tanizaki. The successful collaboration of UMCJS and U-M Press makes the newly translated version of Jun’ichirō Tanizaki’s collection of four short stories available once again in English, and another translation of Tanizaki’s work, The Gourmet Club, scheduled for publication this coming spring. U-M Press’s Acquisitions Editor for Asian Studies, Christopher Dreyer, partnered with the UMCJS and helped guide this important project, which came together […]

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Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan

by Charles Watkinson November 12, 2015

We are pleased to share the announcement of change of distribution and publishing arrangements from the Center for Japanese Studies Publications Program, University of Michigan. As of January 1, 2016, University of Michigan Press (UMP) will handle marketing and distribution of all titles, both new and backlist, in all formats (print and ebook), of the Center for Japanese Studies Publications Program. This expands on an existing relationship between the Center and Michigan Publishing that has made a number of backlist titles available open access. In addition, UMP will handle the production of new titles (including peer review, contracts, copyediting, and […]

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