Marta Werner's innovative new edition seeks to tell the story of Emily Dickinson's "Master" documents, proposing reading them next to Dickinson’s other major textual experiment in the years between ca. 1858–1861: the Fascicles.Read free onlineBuy
Egor Kovalevsky, translated by Anna Aslanyan and edited by Sergey Glebov
Egor Kovalevsky's 1872 work, masterfully translated into English for the first time by Anna Aslanyan, is both a tale of encounter between Russia and northern Africa and an important document in the history and development of the Russian imperial project.Read free onlineBuy
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Introducing ACP’s Internship Program and Community Page
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Announcing the launch of ACP's 2020/21 catalog!
Published October 12th, 2020
Amherst College Press representatives will be attending the following events. Email us if you'd like to meet up.
We'll be online for this year's virtual ACLA
Benigno Sanchez Eppler and Rachel Jirka explore the history of episolarity in this hands-on workshop
Marta Werner will discuss her most recent ACP title with poet Peter Gizzi
ACP attends this year's virtual LASA
Join us for a special Zoom conference co-hosted by the Amherst College Department of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought; the Center for Humanistic Inquiry; Amherst College Press; and The Conversation