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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.

Environmentally Sustainable Growth A Pragmatic Approach Steven Cohen
In Her Own Name The Politics of Women’s Rights Before Suffrage Sara Chatfield
A Lost Mediterranean Culture The Giant Statues of Sardinia's Mont'e Prama Barbara Faedda, Paolo Carta
Risk Management in the Behavioral Health Professions A Practical Guide to Preventing Malpractice and Licensing-Board Complaints Frederic G. Reamer
Sex and World Peace Valerie Hudson, Mary Caprioli, Donna Lee Bowen, Rose McDermott
Voyages of Discovery The Cinema of Frederick Wiseman Barry Keith Grant
Nursing the Spirit Care, Public Life, and the Dignity of Vulnerable Strangers Don Grant
The American Poet Laureate A History of U.S. Poetry and the State Amy Paeth
Every Brain Needs Music The Neuroscience of Making and Listening to Music Lawrence Sherman, Dennis Plies, Susi Davis
Attraction, Love, Sex The Inside Story Simon LeVay
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