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HEB Spotlight on Race

It is difficult to keep up with the news coming out of Washington D.C. regarding race relations. The silver lining on the dark cloud of division hanging over the country is that hard conversations on racism are beginning to penetrate civic discourse.  It is crucial...

Indigenous Day 2017

HEB titles on Indigenous Peoples August 9 is Indigenous Day, an important international day of recognition for indigenous people living around the globe.  These are communities that are too often marginalized not only in society but also in education and scholarship....

Humanities E-Book 2017 Release

Humanities E-Book is pleased to announce our 2017 release of 154 titles into our collection.   This is our 14th round of titles, and HEB’s acquisition strategy for this round not only relied on the recommendations of scholars (the foundational principle of...

Humanities Open Book Title Launch

HEB’s Humanities Open Book titles are here! ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) has recently launched 13 titles under the Humanities Open Book Program, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). When the Andrew W....

Welcome to the new HEB website!

Humanities E-Book (HEB) has been a cutting edge collection of backlist humanities titles for over 15 years now, and now we are holding our website to the same standards we hold our collection to. We hope that you find the new website easier to use and easier on the...