Discover Digital Publishing at Indiana University Press
Welcome to Open Indiana, a collection of more than 160 open access titles from Indiana University Press.
Open Indiana is part of the Humanities Open Book Program, which is made possible through the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Browse by subject: Asian Studies Film Folklore Language Studies Music Philosophy
A Baudoin de Courtenay AnthologyJan Baudouin de Courtenay
A Catalogue of 18th-Century SymphoniesJane LaRue
A Dictionary of Middle English Musical TermsHenry Carter
A Geneva School Reader in LinguisticsRobert Godel
A History of Spanish Piano MusicLinton Powell
American Folklore ScholarshipRosemary Levy Zumwalt
Analyzing CulturesPaul Perron, Marcel Danesi
Animal CommunicationThomas A. Sebeok
Well House Books
Now through December 31st, eight books from the Well House Books collection will be open for anyone to read for free online. Generously supported by the Office of the Bicentennial, Well House Books showcases the people, history, and legacy of Indiana University. We invite you to (virtually) open them, enjoy their beautiful illustrations and engaging stories, and learn more about what makes IU so special.
A Cuban Refugee's Journey to the American DreamGerardo M. González
From Cotton Fields to University LeadershipCharlie Nelms
Indiana Daily StudentCharles Scudder, Amy Wimmer Schwarb, Rachel Kipp
Indiana University and the WorldPatrick O’Meara with Leah K. Peck
Indiana University Maurer School of LawLinda K. Fariss, Keith Buckley
The Lilly Library from A to ZDarlene J. Sadlier
The Spirit of GenerositySandra Bate, Curtis R. Simic
Unknown, Untold, and Unbelievable Stories of IU SportsDoug Wilson, Pete DePrimio, John C. Decker
Center for Religion & the Human
This collection features publications by the Center for Religion & the Human at Indiana University.