New York University Press has been committed to publishing high-quality works since its inception in 1916. In 1952, the Press began to focus solely on scholarly books with the assistance of then director Filmore Hyde. During the 1960s the Press published one of its most well-known titles, The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman. The 1980s and 1990s saw the Press grow in several directions, publishing works in psychology, gender studies, law, African American studies, Asian American studies, and Latino/a studies.

The Ethics of Policing New Perspectives on Law Enforcement Ben Jones, Eduardo Mendieta
Crime TV Streaming Criminology in Popular Culture Jonathan A. Grubb, Chad Posick
Queer Stepfamilies The Path to Social and Legal Recognition Katie L. Acosta
Just Like Family How Companion Animals Joined the Household Andrea Laurent-Simpson
Border Optics Surveillance Cultures on the US-Mexico Frontier Camilla Fojas
American Legal Education Abroad Critical Histories Susan Bartie, David Sandomierski
One Faith No Longer The Transformation of Christianity in Red and Blue America George Yancey, Ashlee Quosigk
Keywords for Comics Studies Ramzi Fawaz, Deborah Whaley, Shelley Streeby
LatCrit From Critical Legal Theory to Academic Activism Francisco Valdes, Steven W. Bender
Disrupting Dignity Rethinking Power and Progress in LGBTQ Lives Stephen M. Engel, Timothy S. Lyle
Dislike-Minded Media, Audiences, and the Dynamics of Taste Jonathan Gray
The Queer Nuyorican Racialized Sexualities and Aesthetics in Loisaida Karen Jaime