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UA Press celebrating 50th year with exhibit

Citizen Staff Writer

University of Arizona Press, the college’s publishing arm, is celebrating 50 years in business.

UA libraries are hosting an exhibit honoring UA Press called “Fifty Years of Publishing Excellence: The University of Arizona Press, 1959-2009.” It runs through May 29 at UA’s main library, 1510 E. University Blvd.

The books most often published are about anthropology, Latina/Latino and Native American studies, Western history and space sciences.

In the past five years, UA Press has cranked out 1.3 million copies for customers in the U.S. and 56 other countries.

Every year, UA Press organizes 125 author events and reaches more than 175,000 customers.

For more information go to www.uapress.arizona.edu/.



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