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Review Copies for the Media

Harvard University Press is happy to provide information about our books and authors, as well as review copies of recently published titles, to representatives of the media. All requests should include:

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  • Your name
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Rebekah White, Associate Director of International Publicity
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Note: If you are an educator, please see Resources for Educators for information about desk and exam copies.

Author Events

View a schedule of upcoming public appearances by authors of recent Harvard University Press titles.

Video and Audio Interviews with HUP Authors

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Want to hear more about our books directly from the authors? Watch selected Harvard University press authors discuss their books on our Featured Multimedia page, or explore the interview archives:

Video Interview Archive  |  Audio Interview Archive


Recent Awards: Peruse the latest awards given to Harvard University Press authors and books.

Book of the Year Citations: Review recent best-of accolades from major publications.

The Thomas J. Wilson Memorial Prize: See the winners of Harvard University Press’s own prize for outstanding first-time author.

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