Founded in 2007, Academic Studies Press (ASP) is an independent scholarly publisher based in Boston, Massachusetts, devoted to advancing knowledge and understanding in the humanities and social sciences. ASP primarily publishes within the fields of Russian and Eastern European studies and Jewish studies, with a growing frontlist in Religious studies and history.

We Are Not Alone A Maimonidean Theology of the Other Menachem Kellner
Moments of Happiness Alex Dubas, Yvonne Howell
Forms of Exile in Jewish Literature and Thought Twentieth-Century Central Europe and Migration to America Bronislava Volková, Knowledge Unlatched
Between Religion and Reason (Part II) The Position against Contradiction between Reason and Revelation in Contemporary Jewish Thought from Eliezer Goldman to Jonathan Sacks Ephraim Chamiel
Sephardi Cooking the History. Recipes of the Jews of Spain and the Diaspora, from the 13th Century to Today Hélène Jawhara Piñer
Bolesław Prus and the Jews Agnieszka Friedrich
Moses and Abraham Maimonides Encountering the Divine Diana Lobel
Israel's Failed Response to the Armenian Genocide Denial, State Deception, Truth versus Politicization of History Israel W. Charny