Beginning in October, the Kindle Matchbook program will be available for all Westphalia Press titles currently on Kindle. What this means is when you buy a paperback version of a book, you can get the Kindle version for $1.99! This price applies to all books, no matter the paperback price (unless, of course, we offer the Kindle version for free). Click HERE for details.
From Westphalia Press, a new Library of Public Health series, with Editor Angela Matysiak. The following titles are forthcoming:
Public Health in European Capitals: Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Christiana, Stockholm, and Copenhagem. By Thomas Morison Legge
Man and His Health: A Guide to Medical and Public Health Exhibits. 1939
Public Health in the United States, An Outline with Statistical Data. By Harry H. Moore
Health and Wealth, A Survey of the Economics of World Health. By Louis I. Dublin
Public Health Administration and the Natural History of Disease in Baltimore, Maryland 1797-1920. By William Travis Howard Jr.
American Public University Book Contest
Westphalia Press welcomes book manuscript submissions from professors at American Public University System.
We welcome all non-fiction projects from articles to full books.
A prize of $1,000.00 (one thousand) is offered during 2013-14 for the best submission. Others will also be considered for publication. Those coming from people in the APUS family will be given special consideration.
The preference is to send manuscripts by e-mail to Daniel Gutierrez at email@example.com
Over nearly 40 years the Policy Studies Organization has published more than 300 books in partnership with a number of leading companies, including Macmillan, Lexington, and Gale. We have started our own imprint and book-publishing program, Westphalia Press. Our goal is to develop a general list that will include original titles as well as reprints of antiquarian books of interest in an entire range of subjects. We believe there is much valuable scholarship out there that deserves to be shared more widely and effectively, useful in teaching and research.
Westphalia Press is part of the Policy Studies Organization’s longtime mission to disseminate scholarship. Finding scarce titles that deserve re-printing for renewed use is a major focus. All Westphalia books are the subject of ongoing research as to their authors and bibliography and Westphalia has secured professors to develop supplementary material to be furnished online for each title. Our intention is that by providing both paper and kindle versions along with supplementary essays we can encourage use of Westphalia in teaching.
Westphalia Press is multidisciplinary in scope, and publishes titles on a diversity of topics including history, art, and literature, as well as politics and government.
See some of our newest titles below.
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