Information for authors
Sydney University Press is a not-for-profit, quality scholarly publisher.
From 2014, SUP will publish books in series, covering areas of research of interest to the Australian and global community.
Proposals for books outside the scope of the series will be considered if they are of exceptional merit. Priority will be given to research monographs and and books that address translational research, that is, that apply research outcomes to the wider community.
- Book Proposal Form (Word doc)
Prospective authors are encouraged to contact the series editor(s) in their field for advice on submission.
- Animal Publics. Series editors: Dr Melissa Boyde, University of Wollongong, and Dr Fiona Probyn-Rapsey, Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney.
- China and the West in the Modern World. Series editor: Professor Will Christie, Australian National University
- Indigenous Music of Australia. Series editor: Professor Linda Barwick, Associate Dean Research, Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
- Public and Social Policy. Series editors: Professor Marian Baird, Professor of Employment Relations and Director of the Women♀Work Research Group in the University of Sydney Business School, and Assoc Prof Gaby Ramia, Director, Graduate School of Government, University of Sydney
- Sydney Studies in Australian Literature. Series editor: Professor Robert Dixon, Chair of Australian Literature, University of Sydney.
- Tom Austen Brown Studies in Australasian Archaeology. Series editor: Professor Peter Hiscock, Tom Austen Brown Chair of Australian Archaeology, University of Sydney
- BEACH - Bettering the Evaluation and Care of Health, with the Family Medicine Research Centre, University of Sydney.
- Studies in Australasian Historical Archaeology, with the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA).
Sydney University Press' activities are overseen by the SUP Advisory Board, chaired by the Provost.
The publishing program and editorial policy are overseen by the SUP Editorial Advisory Board. Each series has its own specialist editorial board. See the series page for further information.
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