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University Press of New England (UPNE) is an award-winning university press supported by a consortium of member institutions including Brandeis University and Dartmouth College (our host).

Founded in 1970, UPNE has earned a reputation for excellence in scholarly, instructional, reference, literary, artistic, and general-interest books. Many of these are published cooperatively with one of the member institutions and carry a joint imprint. Others are published under the University Press of New England imprint. And in 2014, the press introduced ForeEdge, a new imprint of general interest titles for national audiences.

The publishing program reflects strengths in the humanities, liberal arts, fine, decorative, and performing arts, literature, New England culture, and interdisciplinary studies. The Press publishes and distributes more than 120 titles annually. A professional staff of twenty-four maintains high standards in editorial, design and production, marketing, order fulfillment, and business operations.


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Jack Parker's Wiseguys: The National Champion BU Terriers, the Blizzard of '78, and the Miracle on Ice

Tim Rappleye

The story of one of the most outrageous national championship teams of the swashbuckling '70s
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Boston Ballerina: A Dancer, a Company, an Era

Laura Young, Janine Parker

A candid and thoughtful consideration of a life in dance

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The Palatine Wreck: The Legend of the New England Ghost Ship

Jill Farinelli

A deeply researched inquiry into one of the enduring mysteries of the New England coast
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Hudson Valley Ruins: Forgotten Landmarks of an American Landscape

Thomas E. Rinaldi, Robert J. Yasinsac

Now in paperback

An elegant homage to the many deserted buildings along the Hudson River—and a plea for their preservation.

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You Had a Job for Life: Story of a Company Town

Jamie Sayen

The life and death of a mill town