AUC Press at MESA 2020 – who to contact & what books to buy

AUC Press is participating in the Middle East Studies Association’s 54th Annual Meeting (October 5–17). This year’s MESA is being held virtually.


Who to contact

We welcome proposals for scholarly monographs and general books concerning the Middle East and North Africa regions. You can contact the following persons:

·         Nadia Naqib, Senior Commissioning Editor (Cairo), nnaqib@aucegypt.edu for modern and medieval history, biography and autobiography, political science, and architecture.

·         Anne Routon, Senior Acquisitions Editor (New York), anne.routon@aucegypt.edu for anthropology, sociology, art history and cultural studies (including film, theater, and music), Egyptology, and archaeology of the eastern Mediterranean.

·         Nadine El-Hadi, Senior Commissioning Editor (Cairo), nadine.elhadi@aucegypt.edu for fiction and Arabic language learning.

 

Where to shop our books

Shop our AUC Press online #MESA2020 store and receive 30% off using the discount code ‘MESA2020’ for any title currently in stock and forthcoming titles expected 90 days from the date of purchase. Promotion ends October 31, 2020. (Applies to North American orders. For ordering elsewhere, please see our catalog.)

Download the new and forthcoming books catalog to browse titles, read excerpts, and link to book purchases. Separate catalogs for Arabic Language Learning and Hoopoe fiction are also downloadable and discounts apply. Shop here.


 

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