21 Dec

2018

New titles catalog is now available

Our extended and revamped new titles catalog is now available. You may browse or download it here as an easy to print PDF. The catalog reflects our growing portfolio of monographs and multi-author volumes on:


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27 Nov

2018

05 Nov

2018

Announcement: Vernon Press now features on the Nordic List

We are pleased to announce that Vernon Press is now featured on the Nordic List (Norwegian Register for Scientific Publishers) as a Level 1 scientific book publisher as determined by the Norwegian Centre for Research Data (NSD). As a Level 1 publisher, it is acknowledged that we meet the NSD’s definition of scientific publications, have an academic publishing program with an external peer-review process and have an international authorship. Operated jointly by the National Board of Scholarly Publishing (NPU) and NSD on behalf of the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research, this prestigious list strives to develop a common registry of authorized research publication channels that will be referenced both nationally and internationally.


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24 Oct

2018

Journal Reviews: A Round-Up of this Year's Reviews

We are delighted to present a round-up of our titles that have been reviewed in academic journals this year.
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Campbell, C. (2018). Claire Campbell reviews Chet Van Duzer and Lauren Beck’s Canada before Confederation: Maps at the Exhibition, Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, July 12, published online.


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02 Oct

2018

New titles: How Sex Got Screwed Up (Book One and Book Two)

History has a lot to answer for when it comes to sex. Something that becomes highly apparent when reading Jon Knowles’ two-part publication (Book One: From the Stone Age to the Enlightenment, Book Two: From Victoria to Our Own Times). Laying bare the historical discourses that continue to define our attitudes to sex and gender, Knowles expertly weaves together a fascinating and informative account of sex from the Stone Age to the 21st century. In the year that saw Australia’s first gay couples wed and the #MeToo movement sweep across the globe, this is a timely and provocative contribution to the field of sexology and historical studies, in general. We invite you to dive head first into the extraordinary journey of ‘how sex got screwed up’.


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