Dunedin Academic Press
Dunedin Academic Press Ltd (Dunedin) is a small independent academic publisher in Edinburgh, Scotland which publishes mainly books for the tertiary (undergraduate) level and periodically for postgraduate/research audiences. Dunedin also publishes books appealing to non-specialist adults interested in learning more about geology. Graham Park's Introducing Geology, now in its Second Edition, is a notable example.
Dunedin publishes about twenty new titles a year, and has strong titles in the fields of Earth Science, Education (Policy & Practice), Health & Social Care and comparative religion with the Understanding Faith series. It is also developing a list of singing texts by teachers of singing, including The Student Voice (2010) and The Human Nature of the Singing Voice (2007).
Dunedin is distributed in North America by International Specialized Book Services and in Australasia by Inbooks. Dunedin Academic Press is a member of Publishing Scotland, the network body for the publishing industry in Scotland .
- Rowlatt, Steve (October 2010). "Review: Introducing Geology: A guide to the world of rocks (Second Edition)", Geoscientist, Volume 20 No 10. Retrieved 16 December 2012.
- Journal of Ecumenical Studies (March 2004. "Books received". Retrieved 16 December 2012 via Highbeam (subscription required).
- Greschner, Debra (May 2011). "Reviews: Colin Baldy, The Student Voice An Introduction to Developing the Singing Voice". Journal of Singing. Retrieved 16 December 2012 via Highbeam (subscription required).
- Flind, Louise (May 2007). "Review: The Human Nature of the Singing Voice: Exploring a Holistic Basis for Sound Teaching and Learning". Musical Opinion. Retrieved 16 December 2012 via Highbeam (subscription required).
- International Specialized Book Services. ISBS Publishers: Dunedin Academic Press . Retrieved 16 December 2012.
- Inbooks. Publishers list. Retrieved 16 December 2012.
- Publishing Scotland. Publisher members: Dunedin Academic Press Ltd. Retrieved 16 December 2012.
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