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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.

Queer Forms Ramzi Fawaz
Adopting for God The Mission to Change America through Transnational Adoption Soojin Chung
Changing Land Diaspora Activism and the Irish Land War Niall Whelehan
Women in Yoruba Religions Oyèrónké Oládémọ
Creole Religions of the Caribbean, Third Edition An Introduction Margarite Fernández Olmos, Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert
Religion and US Empire Critical New Histories Tisa Wenger, Sylvester A. Johnson
The War on Drugs A History David Farber
Skin Theory Visual Culture and the Postwar Prison Laboratory Cristina Mejia Visperas
Mental Health Evaluations in Immigration Court A Guide for Mental Health and Legal Professionals Virginia Barber-Rioja, Adeyinka M. Akinsulure-Smith, Sarah Vendzules
Researching Gender-Based Violence Embodied and Intersectional Approaches April D.J. Petillo, Heather R. Hlavka
The Imagined Juror How Hypothetical Juries Influence Federal Prosecutors Anna Offit, Annelise Riles
Like Water A Cultural History of Bruce Lee Daryl Joji Maeda
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