Academic Book Week

Academic Book Week (4 - 8 March)

Academic Book Week,is a week long celebration of the diversity, innovation and influence of academic books throughout history. It was created by and for those who read, write, create, sell or work with academic books. University of Derby Libraries are celebrating the week with a series of talks and displays to raise awareness of the contirbutions made by our academic staff at Derby. We'll also be celebrating International Women's Day on Friday 8 March, with a series of talks linked to Academic Book Week and tweeting on the '20 Books By Women That Changed The World'.

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We'll be tweeting about Academic Book Week throughout the week. You can contribute on Twitter , using the hashtags #AcBookWeek and #AcBooksWomen: 

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Sandra Cooper is a Senior Lecturer in Culinary Arts and Food Development at the University of Derby. In this short video clip, she discusses the chapter she contributed to the 'Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Food and Gastronomy':