Share +

The University Press Redux Conference 2020, in association with Cambridge University Press

March 17-18, 2020
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK

The next Redux Conference is being held in the beautiful city of Cambridge from 17-18 March at Churchill College. Our conference partner, Cambridge University Press has been working hard to produce an amazing programme which explores key issues and challenges affecting University Presses.

We are excited to share details of the fantastic programme, including the keynote, plenary sessions and speakers:

Book your place at Redux 2020 Conference and Dinner:

Keynote: University Presses and the Marketplace of Ideas:

Niko Pfund, President, OUP USA; Publisher, Academic Division, Oxford University Press
Christie Henry, Director, Princeton University Press

Plenary sessions

The University Press and the University: One mission?
Chaired by Dr Jess Gardner, University Librarian and Director of Library Services, University of Cambridge

This panel will bring academic, publisher and library perspectives together to explore strategic drivers for change through the experience and insights of Alison Shaw, Chief Executive, Bristol University Press (inc Policy Press), Dr. Heather Staines, Head of Partnerships, MIT Knowledge Futures Group, Prof. Kenneth Armstrong, Professor of European Law, University of Cambridge.

OA Books and the 2027 REF: What’s happening and are we ready?
Helen Snaith, Senior Policy Advisor, Research England
Sarah Faulder, Chief Executive, Publishers’ Licensing Services Ltd
Richard Fisher, Vice Chair, Yale University Press

African University Presses and Publishing beyond Euro-America
Stephanie Kitchen, Managing Editor, International African Institute
Veronica Klipp, Publisher, Wits University Press
François Van Schalkwyk, Postdoctoral Research Fellow & Trustee, African Minds & Stellenbosch University

Money and Mission
Peter Berkery, Executive Director, Association of University Presses
Charles Watkinson, Director, University of Michigan Press

Who Are We Publishing For?
Anthony Cond, Managing Director, Liverpool University Press
Hazel Kenyon, Book Research Director UK & Ireland, Nielsen Book International

Trusted Content: ‘Being Right’ – Does the UP play a role in public debate?
Alison Shaw, Chief Executive, Bristol University Press (inc Policy Press)

View the full Redux 2020 Conference programme: