New e-Book Editions of Journals Offer Convenience of Digital Content in the Context of Complete Issues
Chicago Journals e-Book Editions can be reviewed and downloaded at journals.uchicago.edu/ebookeditions.
The e-Book Edition of the latest issue of Critical Inquiry is available free for a limited time. Select CI on the e-Book Editions home page and, when prompted, enter the username “criticalinquiry” and the password “ebookpromo.”
Next on the horizon, the Press intends to make e-Book Editions of individual issues available for sale.
Founded in 1891, the University of Chicago Press was conceived by President William Rainey Harper as an organic part of the University, extending the influence of Chicago scholars around the globe. Today, the Journals Division of the Press works with 27 society partners to distribute 58 journals and hardcover serials that present original research from international scholars in the social sciences, humanities, education, biological and medical sciences, and physical sciences.