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Amsterdam University Press (AUP) is a leading publisher of academic books, journals, and textbooks in the humanities and social sciences. Established in 1992, AUP stands for scholarly excellence, global presence, and engagement with the international academic community. It achieves this with a paper and e-format publishing program of high-quality, peer-reviewed academic books in English.

Lightning in the Age of Benjamin Franklin Facts and Fictions in Science, Religion, and Art Jan Wim Buisman
The Art and Government Service of Francesco di Bartolomeo Alfei (c. 1421 - c. 1495) Visual Propaganda and Undercover Agency for the Republic of Siena Anabel Thomas
Architecture, Opportunity, and Conflict in Eighteenth-Century Sicily Rebuilding after Natural Disaster Martin Nixon
Desecularizing the Christian Past Beyond R.A. Markus and the Religious-Secular Divide Enrico Beltramini
Feminist Futures of Work Reimagining Labour in the Digital Economy Payal Arora, Usha Raman, René König
The Pop Theology of Videogames Producing and Playing with Religion Lars Wildt
The Fame of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Posthumous Fashioning in the Early Modern Hispanic World Margo Echenberg
South Asia Unbound New International Histories of the Subcontinent Elizabeth Leake, Bérénice Guyot-Réchard
Memory Culture of the Anti-Leftist Violence in Indonesia Embedded Remembering Grace Tjandra Leksana
King Alfred the Great, his Hagiographers and his Cult A Childhood Remembered Tomás Mario Kalmar, Andrew Prescott
The Biography of a God Mahasu in the Himalayas Asaf Sharabi
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