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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.

The Unintended Photography, Property, and the Aesthetics of Racial Capitalism Monica Huerta
Reconciliation and Repair NOMOS LXV Melissa Schwartzberg, Eric Beerbohm
Beyond Doubt The Secularization of Society Isabella Kasselstrand, Phil Zuckerman, Ryan T. Cragun
Chained to the Desk in a Hybrid World A Guide to Work-Life Balance Bryan E. Robinson
Streaming Video Storytelling Across Borders Amanda D. Lotz, Ramon Lobato
Motherhood on Ice The Mating Gap and Why Women Freeze Their Eggs Marcia C. Inhorn
In Dependence Women and the Patriarchal State in Revolutionary America Jacqueline Beatty
Scarred A Feminist Journey Through Pain L. Ayu Saraswati
Conditional Belonging The Racialization of Iranians in the Wake of Anti-Muslim Politics Sahar Sadeghi
The Privilege of Play A History of Hobby Games, Race, and Geek Culture Aaron Trammell
Muslims on the Margins Creating Queer Religious Community in North America Katrina Daly Thompson
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