In the latest of our University Press Week posts, Newgen Project Manager Ashirvad Moses, a member of our offshore production team, talks about the challenges of working on specialist law titles.
Newgen Project Manager Charlie Clark talks about the vast Posen Library of Jewish Culture – a major reference work produced by Newgen in cooperation with Yale University Press.
Team Leader Sarah Rendell talks about the university presses she works with, and what makes their titles interesting and inspiring for her and her team.
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