Penn State University Press was founded in 1956 and publishes around 100 new monographs and more than 60 journals per year with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. The Press is best known for areas of scholarship in art history, medieval studies, Latin American studies, rhetoric and communication, religious studies, and graphic medicine.

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Age of Empires The History and Administration of Judah in the 8th–2nd Centuries BCE in Light of the Storage-Jar Stamp Impressions Oded Lipschits
Caricature and National Character The United States at War Christopher J. Gilbert
Kabbalah and Sex Magic A Mythical-Ritual Genealogy Marla Segol
Consuming Painting Food and the Feminine in Impressionist Paris Allison Deutsch
Fear and Nature Ecohorror Studies in the Anthropocene Christy Tidwell, Carter Soles
Decolonizing Ethics The Critical Theory of Enrique Dussel Amy Allen, Eduardo Mendieta