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.

Subjects
Legal Spectatorship Slavery and the Visual Culture of Domestic Violence Kelli Moore
In the Shadow of the Palms More-Than-Human Becomings in West Papua Sophie Chao
Our Veterans Winners, Losers, Friends, and Enemies on the New Terrain of Veterans Affairs Suzanne Gordon, Steve Early, Jasper Craven
A Primer for Teaching Digital History Ten Design Principles Jennifer Guiliano
Remaindered Life Neferti X. M. Tadiar
Unsettled Borders The Militarized Science of Surveillance on Sacred Indigenous Land Felicity Amaya Schaeffer
Passionate Work Endurance after the Good Life Renyi Hong
TV Snapshots An Archive of Everyday Life Lynn Spigel
The Emancipation Circuit Black Activism Forging a Culture of Freedom Thulani Davis
Settler Garrison Debt Imperialism, Militarism, and Transpacific Imaginaries Jodi Kim
Wild Experiment Feeling Science and Secularism after Darwin Donovan O. Schaefer