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If you are requesting permission to photocopy material for classroom use, please use the following contact information:

Mailing address:
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Danvers, MA 01923

Fax: (958) 750-4744

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If the Copyright Clearance Center cannot grant permission, then mail, email or fax your request to:

Mailing address:
Permissions Department
The University of North Carolina Press
116 South Boundary Street
Chapel Hill, NC 27514-3808

Fax: (919) 966-3829

E-mail: permissions@unc.edu

Please include:
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 School and professor requesting material to be copied
 Page numbers and page count
 Approx. number of copies needed


Permission for E-Reserve and Online Course Use

Scanning copyrighted material on e-reserves and on course websites, such as those hosted by Sakai or Web CT, or those offered by faculty, requires permission of the copyright-holder.

Please seek permission via the course builder's connection to the Copyright Clearance Center (if available) or go directly to their Electronic Course Content Service.

UNC Press books are now available through partners such as Academic Pub, to help professors use our content in their coursepacks.

Permission may also be obtained directly from the publisher:

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Disability Requests

UNC Press is happy to provide digital files of adopted textbooks that have been assigned to students with disabilities. We will provide such a copy free of charge upon receipt of a formal request from the student's campus disability service office, on the condition that a copy of the book has been purchased by or on behalf of the student. To make a request, please email us.



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