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IU Press Puts Books, Journals Online

Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor hugs one of her twin nephews, Conner Sotomayor, on Capitol Hill in Washington during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Indiana University’s academic press has started putting books and journals online. Indiana University Press offi cials say the new IU Press Online will give scholars, libraries and the public the opportunity to read IU Press books and journals online from any Internet-accessible computer or handheld device like the iPhone.

Readers can subscribe to collections or buy single titles.

Publications in fi ve subject areas are available online: African studies, African American and diaspora studies; Jewish and Holocaust studies; philosophy; and Russian, East European and Eurasian studies. IU Press is adding music and religious studies publications over the summer.

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