Introducing Our New NEH SHARP Student Assistants

We’re pleased to introduce our new student assistants, Ivette Rodriguez and Chad Lobo Munteanu. They join us for our “Exploring Diverse Stories of America through Humanities Publishing” initiative, part of the Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan (SHARP) program funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Our sincere thanks to University of Florida’s African American … Continue reading Introducing Our New NEH SHARP Student Assistants

Intern Guest Post: The Importance of Marketing and Promotion

Written by Prajakta Gupte, NEH SHARP graduate student assistant, Spring and Summer 2022 I had the fantastic opportunity to work with the Marketing Department at the University Press of Florida. I was hired as a Graduate Assistant under the NEH SHARP grant. One of the main reasons I wanted to work at the Press was … Continue reading Intern Guest Post: The Importance of Marketing and Promotion

Introducing Our New NEH SHARP Student Assistant

We’re pleased to introduce our newest student assistant, Maricarmen Torres Medina. Maricarmen is joining us this summer alongside continuing student assistant Prajakta Gupte for our “Exploring Diverse Stories of America through Humanities Publishing” initiative, made possible by a Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan (SHARP) grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Our … Continue reading Introducing Our New NEH SHARP Student Assistant

Intern Guest Post: Shifting Academia through Scholarship

Written by Kiara Thompson, NEH SHARP student assistant, Spring 2022 My experience at the Press has informed my future career goals by showing me that there are people in the publishing world who are willing and want to be a part of scholarship that is shifting academia. Shifting it in a way that creates a … Continue reading Intern Guest Post: Shifting Academia through Scholarship

Intern Guest Post: A Look Inside Book Acquisitions

Written by Murielle LeMaire, NEH SHARP student assistant, Spring 2022  My second semester in graduate school was enhanced greatly by the opportunity to work with the Acquisitions Department at the University Press of Florida. The second semester is when things begin to get on a bit of a roll, and having this internship structured my … Continue reading Intern Guest Post: A Look Inside Book Acquisitions

Introducing Our NEH SHARP Student Assistants

We’re pleased to introduce our new student assistants, Kiara Thompson, Murielle LeMaire, and Prajakta Gupte. They join us for our “Exploring Diverse Stories of America through Humanities Publishing” initiative, part of the Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan (SHARP) funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Our sincere thanks to University … Continue reading Introducing Our NEH SHARP Student Assistants

Intern Guest Post: Humanities Publishing and the Public Sphere

Written by Brandon Murakami, outreach assistant, Summer 2021 This internship was offered in partnership with the University of Florida Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere as part of the Center's 2021 Public Humanities Internship Program for Graduate Students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Aloha! My name is Brandon Murakami and … Continue reading Intern Guest Post: Humanities Publishing and the Public Sphere

Intern Guest Post: Books to Watch For in 2020

Written by Kaylyn Ling, editorial, design, and production intern at the University Press of Florida This past fall, I worked with a number of fascinating titles as an intern in the EDP department. I was constantly impressed by each author’s rich contributions to their field, as well as the insight and innovation of their editors and … Continue reading Intern Guest Post: Books to Watch For in 2020

Intern Guest Post: “The World to Come” Artists Imagine Futures from Ruins

Written by Melissa Nunez, marketing intern at the University Press of Florida While looking at The World to Come: Art in the Age of the Anthropocene, I realized how my work as an artist can relate to some of the ideas that were brought up by curator Kerry Oliver-Smith. Distributed by the University Press of … Continue reading Intern Guest Post: “The World to Come” Artists Imagine Futures from Ruins