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.

Japan, 1972 Visions of Masculinity in an Age of Mass Consumerism Yoshikuni Igarashi
The Sustainable City Steven Cohen, Dong Guo
You and Your Profile Identity After Authenticity Hans-Georg Moeller, Paul J. D'Ambrosio
Finding Ferrante Authorship and the Politics of World Literature Alessia Ricciardi
Locked in Time Animal Behavior Unearthed in 50 Extraordinary Fossils Dean R. Lomax, Robert Nicholls
Broken Ground Poetry and the Demon of History William Logan
World as Family A Journey of Multi-Rooted Belongings Vishakha N. Desai
The Voice Over Poems and Essays Maria Stepanova
Energy's Digital Future Harnessing Innovation for American Resilience and National Security Amy Myers Jaffe
Soft-Power Internationalism Competing for Cultural Influence in the 21st-Century Global Order Burcu Baykurt, Victoria de Grazia
Lineages of the Literary Tibetan Buddhist Polymaths of Socialist China Nicole Willock