Stanford University Press was founded in 1892 and is one of the oldest presses in the country. The Press publishes 130 books a year in areas of humanities, social sciences and 30 other specialties, and has wholly published more than 3,000 books.

Conviction The Making and Unmaking of the Violent Brain Oliver Rollins
Refusing Death Immigrant Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice in LA Nadia Y. Kim
Bread and Freedom Egypt's Revolutionary Situation Mona El-Ghobashy
The Paranoid Style in American Diplomacy Oil and Arab Nationalism in Iraq Brandon Wolfe-Hunnicutt
The Politics of Art Dissent and Cultural Diplomacy in Lebanon, Palestine, and Jordan Hanan Toukan
Notework Victorian Literature and Nonlinear Style Simon Reader
Whose Islam? The Western University and Modern Islamic Thought in Indonesia Megan Brankley Abbas
Toward the Critique of Violence A Critical Edition Walter Benjamin, Peter Fenves, Julia Ng
Dispossession and Dissent Immigrants and the Struggle for Housing in Madrid Sophie L. Gonick
The Last Nahdawi Taha Hussein and Institution Building in Egypt Hussam R. Ahmed
Paradoxes of Care Children and Global Medical Aid in Egypt Rania Kassab Sweis
The Current Economy Electricity Markets and Techno-Economics Canay Özden-Schilling