Posted on 5 Dec 2023 under News
Melbourne University Publishing (MUP) is pleased to announce the appointment of Foong Ling Kong as its new Publisher.
"An exceptional work of historical scholarship by an exciting new voice in history-making (and unmaking)."
June Factor's SOLDIERS AND ALIENS has won a prestigious award for Australian military history.
Even before the pandemic, I was becoming increasingly aware of and concerned about growing inequality in Australia. I wanted to understand what it was like to face poverty, to need assistance, and how today’s welfare system treats those most in need.
Posted on 23 Sep 2020 under News
A Networked Community, The Convent and The Invention of Melbourne have all been shortlisted for the 2020 Victorian Community History Awards.
Posted on 1 Sep 2020 under News
Welcome to spring! Coming up this September, we look forward to publishing a new biography from the Miegunyah Press and the spring issue of Meanjin. Richard Broinowski’s Under the Rainbow chronicles the life of E.W. Cole, a colourful and much loved figure of 19th century Melbourne, while the latest Meanjin brings us a collection of fine writing from the pandemic.
Posted on 4 Aug 2020 under News
Melbourne University Publishing is proud to announce the acquisition of a new title from Paul Kelly and Troy Bramston: The Truth of the Palace Letters: Deceit Ambush and Dismissal in 1975. This will be released in November this year.
Posted on 24 Jul 2020 under News
Exposing the reality of fashion's glitz and glamour.
Sue Coffey explains why she put together Seeking Justice in Cambodia, a book containing interviews and accounts from fifteen contributors, telling a powerful tale of the struggle to bring human rights to all Cambodians from the early 1990s to the present day.
Posted on 15 Aug 2018 under News
MUP is delighted to be publishing Accidental Feminists by award-winning writer and journalist, Jane Caro. In her new book Caro draws our attention to the unnoticed revolution led by women over 50.
Posted on 30 Jul 2018 under News
This August, we've surely got something to strike your fancy. Whether it's a memoir, a book on space exploration or artificial intelligence, true crime, or two "little" books on two big ideas: sleep and indignation.
Mirka Mora is one of Melbourne's best known and loved artists. Join us for a night to celebrate the Mora's story at Tolarno's Eating House.
Posted on 25 Jul 2018 under News
Germaine Greer and Bob Carr will appear in a one-night-only MUP Brisbane event, UNCENSORED: GREER & CARR on Friday 7 September.
MUP congratulates Gabriella Coslovich for winning the 2018 Walkley Arts Journalism Award.
Congratulations Susan Alberti AC for being crowned the 2018 Victorian of the Year award!
These are some heavyweights: what our best political thinkers say about the crisis of democracy; Shireen Morris' memoir on her fight to achieve constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians; Bob Carr's funny and delightful political memoir; and Katharine Murphy on the meaning of disruption.
Into the Heart of Tasmania, by Rebe Taylor, delves deep into Tasmanian’s Indigenous history. It has been awarded the inaugural Dick and Joan Green Family Award for Tasmanian History.
Posted on 15 Jun 2018 under News
'If we are to gain a better understanding of the risk factors that lead to murder, and prevent more murders, we need to be informed by expert analysis,' says Dr Donald Grant.
Posted on 14 Jun 2018 under News
The Communications Internship at Melbourne University Publishing is an invaluable opportunity for someone looking to gain great experience in the marketing and publicity aspects of publishing. Here's what two of our communications interns in 2018 had to say about their learning experience.
Senator Derryn Hinch recounts the progress and movements on key politics issues he's been tracking through Parliament – one year since he last wrote on these topics in Hinch v Canberra.