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Reviving and regenerating the traditions and values of university press publishing

Taking advantage of digital technologies and experimenting with the many attractions of print, Goldsmiths Press seeks to revive and regenerate the traditions of academic publishing. Our aim is to create a new culture around academic knowledge practices, one that is more innovative and less constrained than it is now. About Goldsmiths Press

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The New Internationalists: Activist Volunteers in the European Refugee Crisis

Now published, The New Internationalists tells the story of the largest civic mobilisation since the Second World War, when volunteers—many young and untrained—took on unimaginable responsibilities and saved thousands of lives.

Mapping key flashpoint locations and curating unique firsthand testimonies, Sue Clayton presents a contemporary history and critical contextualisation of this powerful new force.

More information here 

Phone and Spear wins 2020 Gregory Bateson Book Prize

Goldsmiths Press is delighted to announce that Phone and Spear: A Yuta Anthropology is one of three winners of the 2020 Gregory Bateson Book Prize, awarded by the Society for Cultural Anthropology.

Deciding to honour the ethic of shared leadership and collective praxis that underpins many contemporary Black and Indigenous social movements, and to emphasise scholarship that moves the field forward collectively, the jury awarded the prize this year to three winners.

Goldsmiths Press would also like to congratulate Alan Klima and Savannah Shange. More information here