Manifold at the University of Washington
The University of Washington Libraries and Press are participating in a four-year pilot program with Manifold, a new publishing platform. This site includes peer-reviewed, open access books published by the UW Press; excerpts from UW Press books; and open educational resources and other projects developed with the support of the UW Libraries.
Please visit Manifold to learn more about the platform, created by the University of Minnesota Press, CUNY GC Digital Scholarship Lab, and Cast Iron Coding, and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Studies on Ethnic Groups in China
Studies on Ethnic Groups in China presents research from a wide variety of disciplines on ethnic groups and ethnic relations in China. Anthropologists, historians, geographers, political scientists, and literary scholars have contributed works on minority ethnic groups from various regions of China, as well as on the majority Han and their relationships with other groups. Works are both historical and contemporary and cover topics ranging from identity, local relations, folk literature, and religion to medicine, governance, education, and economic development. The open-access editions of many of the books in this series were made possible by a grant from the Transformation Fund of the Kenneth S. and Faye G. Allen Library Endowment.
The Nuosu Book of Origins: Romanized Yi TextJjivot Zopqu, Mark Bender, Aka Wuwu
Medicine and Memory in TibetTheresia Hofer
Xinjiang and the Modern Chinese StateJustin M. Jacobs
The HanAgnieszka Joniak-Lüthi
Mapping ShangrilaEmily T. Yeh, Christopher R. Coggins
A Landscape of TravelJenny T. Chio
Empire and Identity in GuizhouJodi L. Weinstein
In the Land of the Eastern QueendomJinba Tenzin
Welcome to Seattle!
Discover the city's history and public art through walking tours of the streets around the Washington State Convention Center from two recent UW Press books.