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Panelists will look at tools for strategically rebranding and repurposing backlists, including analytics and backlist reviews, sales input, cover design and book packaging, new technologies for new formats, and a discussion of university press branding from an association perspective. Each panelist will present initiatives at their presses: new series, purchase and redevelopment of another press's backlist, reviving classics, and more. (Twitter hashtags: #aaup13 #rebrandingbooks)
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Panelists will look at tools for strategically rebranding and repurposing backlists, including analytics and backlist reviews, sales input, cover design and book packaging, new technologies for new formats, and a discussion of university press branding from an association perspective. Panelists will present initiatives: new series, purchase and redevelopment of another press's backlist, reviving classics, and more. (Twitter hashtags: #aaup13 #rebrandingbooks)
  
 
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'''Panelists:''' Craig Gill, Assistant Director and Editor-in-Chief, University Press of Mississippi
 
'''Panelists:''' Craig Gill, Assistant Director and Editor-in-Chief, University Press of Mississippi
  
Maria Lindenfeldar, Art Director, Princeton University Press
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Maria Lindenfeldar, Director of Design, Princeton University Press
  
 
Jim McCoy, Director, University of Iowa Press
 
Jim McCoy, Director, University of Iowa Press

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Panelists will look at tools for strategically rebranding and repurposing backlists, including analytics and backlist reviews, sales input, cover design and book packaging, new technologies for new formats, and a discussion of university press branding from an association perspective. Panelists will present initiatives: new series, purchase and redevelopment of another press's backlist, reviving classics, and more. (Twitter hashtags: #aaup13 #rebrandingbooks)


Chair: Pam McClanahan, Director, Minnesota Historical Society Press

Panelists: Craig Gill, Assistant Director and Editor-in-Chief, University Press of Mississippi

Maria Lindenfeldar, Director of Design, Princeton University Press

Jim McCoy, Director, University of Iowa Press


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