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Duke University Press has been publishing scholarship that pushes boundaries since 1921, when it was originally founded as the Trinity College Press. Duke University Press publishes more than 120 books and 50 journals each year in a wide array of subject areas, with a focus on the humanities, social sciences, and mathematics, and a vision to publish material that expands global societal discussion.

El Monte Notes on the Religions, Magic, and Folklore of the Black and Creole People of Cuba Lydia Cabrera, David Font-Navarrete
Working Musicians Labor and Creativity in Film and Television Production Timothy D. Taylor
The Queer Art of History Queer Kinship after Fascism Jennifer V. Evans
Biopolitics, Geopolitics, Life Settler States and Indigenous Presence René Dietrich, Kerstin Knopf
Waste Works Vital Politics in Urban Ghana Brenda Chalfin
The Autocratic Academy Reenvisioning Rule within America's Universities Timothy V. Kaufman-Osborn
The Virus Touch Theorizing Epidemic Media Bishnupriya Ghosh
Dissident Practices Brazilian Women Artists, 1960s–2020s Claudia Calirman
Puta Life Seeing Latinas, Working Sex Juana María Rodríguez
Trafficking in Antiblackness Modern-Day Slavery, White Indemnity, and Racial Justice Lyndsey P. Beutin
Arc of Interference Medical Anthropology for Worlds on Edge João Biehl, Vincanne Adams, Paul Farmer
The Force of Witness Contra Feminicide Rosa-Linda Fregoso
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