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The library is central to supporting course design and content selection. Faculty are increasingly asking libraries to acquire and provide materials from a broader, more diverse range of authors and subject areas to augment their courses and meet the needs of their students.
Lived Places Publishing (LPP) exists to support librarians and faculty in this goal. We publish applied and concise course reading material in interdisciplinary collections. Each title we publish explores the intersection of identity and place, humanizing an issue through lived experience(s).
Here's a sampling of our books so you can get a sense of what we publish:
- Stories of Black Female Identity in the Making: Queering the Love in Blackness by Dr Kadian Pow (Black Studies)
- Creative Resistance: The Social Justice Practices of Monirah, Halleh, and Diala by Cindy Horst (Forced Migration Studies)
- Social Spaces for Older Queer Adults: A Guide for Social Work Practitioners by David Betts (Queer and LGBT+ Studies)
- (Re)constructing Memory, Place, and Identity: Sangre Mexicano, Corazon Chicano by Louis Mendoza (Latinx Studies)
- Improving the Experience of Health Care for People Living with Sensory Disability by Dr Annmaree Watharow MD, PhD (Disability Studies)
- My Precious Legacy: Slave Culture in the American South by Dr Deirdre Foreman (Black Studies)
- My Name Is: Is Your Name A Gift or A Burden? by Dr Javeria Shah (Cultural Anthropology)
- Trans(formations) and Tenderness: Rhetorics and Resources to Support Transgender Youth in the US by Prathim-Maya Dora-Laskey (Queer and LGBT+ Studies)
- Students, Teachers, Families, and a Socially Just Education by Julie Allan and Francesca Peruzzo (Education Studies)
- Stuck Outside: The Limits of Progressive Legal Reform by Andrew Taylor (Carceral Studies)
In addition to these titles, we have 90+ more books in development – and 20+ institutions have purchased our entire library collection so far, including Georgetown University, Princeton University, University of Toronto, and Cambridge University.
If you would like to learn more, including pricing, please connect with our Sales Director, Stephen Belcourt: Email Stephen
We currently have two Library Collections and plan to release new collections annually:
Our collections are delivered with libraries in mind:
- DRM-free, unlimited user access, and unrestricted PDF download of titles
- Whole ebook interlibrary loan to one partner institution at a time
- Affordable, perpetual access pricing with region-appropriate discounts to ensure every university across the globe can own the LPP collection
- 5% of all sales set aside to fund author-choice open access publishing at our average production cost
See complete information about all of the above here in our Librarian Resource Center.
For price of this collection and ordering information, please see our Institutional Pricing Page.
If you have any other questions, please connect with our Sales Director, Stephen Belcourt: Email Stephen