Fordham University Press began publishing in 1907 with a strong focus on titles in medicine, science, and history. In the 1930s, Fordham University Press began to build its humanities and social sciences lists. In the lead up to the 21st century, the Press once again expanded its expertise to include cultural studies, critical race theory, and gender studies. With over 70 titles published annually, Fordham University Press seeks to support and expand values and traditions in its publication.

Anarchy and the Kingdom of God From Eschatology to Orthodox Political Theology and Back Davor Džalto
Shattering Biopolitics Militant Listening and the Sound of Life Naomi Waltham-Smith
Called Back My Reply to Cancer, My Return to Life Mary Cappello
Living with Concepts Anthropology in the Grip of Reality Andrew Brandel, Marco Motta, Jocelyn Benoist, Michael Cordey, Veena Das, Rasmus Dyring, Michael D. Jackson, Michael Lambek, Sandra Laugier, Michael Puett, Lotte Buch Segal, Thomas Schwarz Wentzer
Homo Psyche On Queer Theory and Erotophobia Gila Ashtor
Mixing Medicines Ecologies of Care in Buddhist Siberia Tatiana Chudakova
Commodified Communion Eucharist, Consumer Culture, and the Practice of Everyday Life Antonio Eduardo Alonso
Couch City Socrates against Simonides Harry Berger, Ward Risvold, J. Benjamin Fuqua, Jill Frank
Medieval Nonsense Signifying Nothing in Fourteenth-Century England Jordan Kirk
Hijras, Lovers, Brothers Surviving Sex and Poverty in Rural India Vaibhav Saria
Sexistence Jean-Luc Nancy, Steven Miller
Inceptions Literary Beginnings and Contingencies of Form Kevin Ohi