Author testimonial

Patrick Degryse, author of 'When Art Isn't Real' and series editor of 'Studies in Archaeological Sciences' talks about his experience publishing with Leuven University Press. 


How did you get to know Leuven University Press?


What are the main challenges of publishing a book series?


Why is the book ‘When Art Isn’t Real’, that you wrote together with Andrew Shortland, not published in the series 'Studies in Archaeological Sciences'?


What are the main differences between the publication of a volume in the series and a trade book? 


How does Leuven University Press help to reach potential audiences?


How does Leuven University Press promote your book? 


(These videos were produced as part of the Policy Project of Ziru Zhou, Margherita Centri, Nanlan Wang, Ghada Othman,
master students of Cultural Studies at KU Leuven, 2022-2023) 


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