How to submit titles
Format For Title Submissions
Submissions for Books for Understanding lists must be submitted via email; see the relevant Call for Titles or Call for Updates for addressing information (see FAQs for information about Calls). The required information (see below) may be included in the body of the email (preferred) or in an attached .doc or .txt file.
* Subject Categories are usually supplied in the initial Call for Titles that is distributed by the Central Office via the aaup-l and aaup-m email lists. Subject Categories for existing Books for Understanding lists can be found by visiting the list online. Each title will only be listed under ONE category in a given list. However, a book can appear in multiple separate lists. For example, a book on reporting the Korean War may be submitted to both the Media in Wartime list and the Korean War category of the North Korea list.
This is also called the "Directory of Experts" and serves as a clearinghouse for contact information of expert commentators on the Books for Understanding list topic. If any of your authors, or your press's subject area editor, is willing and able (i.e., comfortable talking to reporters, ready to respond in a timely way to reporters' queries) to be listed as a contact for journalists researching this topic, please submit:
A brief bio and contact information MUST be included in a Journalists Resources listing, or the author/editor will not be listed.
Submitting Journal TitlesListings for journals are welcome, but different information is requiremed:
In rare cases, we will accept listings of single articles, if neither the journal nor the issue would otherwise be listed, and the article is extremely relevant and timelyperhaps the very newest published scholarship in a topic area. Our preference is for articles available to, or easily located by, the general public. In addition to the information requested above for journal listings, please submit the following:
AAUP reserves final editorial oversight of the bibliographies.