Holiday sale

HOLIDAY SALE 2017: Select books only $5-10, or 50% off!

by Shaun Manning November 30, 2017

As you begin your search for gifts this holiday season, look no further than the University of Michigan Press! Our holiday sale features a variety of classics, favorites, conversation starters, and new titles – all at a variety of discounts. Use discount code UMHOL17, valid through January 4, 2018.                 NATURE         MICHIGAN HISTORY      

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History Titles Perfect for the Holiday Season

by Brianne Johnson December 12, 2012

Tired of hearing the same tales of the golden days from that one great-uncle during dinner? Intrigued by the rich history of the Mitten you call home? Have empty stockings coincidentally the perfect size for a book? Celebrate and share Michigan history this holiday season with the University of Michigan Press’s Ford Road and The Boy Governor, both 40%-off at the UMP Holiday Sale! Allow yourself to be transported to Detroit at the dawn of the automotive age and Michigan’s rural western counties after the settlement of the frontier in historian Amy Kenyon’s debut novel, Ford Road. An exploration of memory as both […]

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Celebrate Michigan Wildlife this Holiday Season

by Brianne Johnson December 10, 2012

This holiday season, embrace the great outdoors without sacrificing your toes to the cold. How? It’s simple: celebrate Michigan wildlife with the Press’s The Lone Wolverine and The Kirtland’s Warbler. As part of the UMP Holiday Sale, these books (and more!) will be available through Dec. 31, 2012 for 40% off!

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Press author Marina Whitman contributes to ‘Crain’s Detroit Business’ post-election panel

by Brianne Johnson November 26, 2012

Participating as a panelist for a Crain’s Detroit Business post-election round table discussion, Press author Marina von Neumann Whitman – a highly respected economist, the first woman to serve on the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, and a former officer of the General Motors Corporation – along with a selection of esteemed executives, confronted the election season’s most controversial topics, from the Affordable Care Act to the national deficit.

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