Columbia University Press has a long and storied history in the United States’ publishing industry, as the fourth-oldest university press in the country. Founded in 1893, the objective of the Press is to publish works that encourage studies in a variety of academic areas, including history, the sciences, economics, and literature.

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The Musha Incident A Reader on the Indigenous Uprising in Colonial Taiwan Michael Berry
In Love with Movies From New Yorker Films to Lincoln Plaza Cinemas Daniel Talbot, Toby Talbot, Werner Herzog
When the Garden Isn’t Eden More Psychodynamic Concepts from Life Kerry Malawista, Anne Adelman, Linda Kanefield
Made in Censorship The Tiananmen Movement in Chinese Literature and Film Thomas Chen
Oil Leaders An Insider’s Account of Four Decades of Saudi Arabia and OPEC's Global Energy Policy Ibrahim AlMuhanna, Robert McNally
Education A Global Compact for a Time of Crisis Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, Carola Suárez-Orozco, Pope Francis
Hard Rain Bob Dylan, Oral Cultures, and the Meaning of History Alessandro Portelli
Selected Writings on Media, Propaganda, and Political Communication Siegfried Kracauer, John Abromeit, Jaeho Kang, Graeme Gilloch
The Carriers What the Fragile X Gene Reveals About Family, Heredity, and Scientific Discovery Anne Skomorowsky
Partial Truths How Fractions Distort Our Thinking James C. Zimring
Waves of Global Terrorism From 1879 to the Present David Rapoport
Liquid Light Ayahuasca Spirituality and the Santo Daime Tradition G. William Barnard