OUP donates ‘Platinum Series’ of Books to KPC


Staff Reporter

Oxford University Press (OUP), a department of the University of Oxford and a leading publishing house, donated their Platinum Series of books to the Karachi Press Club Library.
The activity was commemorated through a brief ceremony held at the Karachi Press Club (KPC). The event was organized to highlight OUP’s contribution to promoting books and the reading culture in Pakistan.
The Platinum Series was published by OUP in celebration of Pakistan’s 70th anniversary.
The series comprises around 70 titles focusing on Pakistan and covering a broad spectrum of disciplines: from history, gender studies, economics, sociology, and politics to literature, art, culture, anthropology, and much more. Written by renowned academics and experts in the relevant fields, these books showcase Pakistan’s rich, varied, and evolving history.
Arshad Saeed Husain, Managing Director, OUP, while sharing his views said, “I am pleased to present our Platinum Series to the Karachi Press Club (KPC) Library as it is completely in line with our objective of delivering continued excellence in spread of education, research, and scholarship. We are committed to improving the intellectual content of life in Pakistan.

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