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Stanford University Press was founded in 1892 and is one of the oldest presses in the U.S.A. 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.

Aid and the Help International Development and the Transnational Extraction of Care Dinah Hannaford
Life Beyond Waste Work and Infrastructure in Urban Pakistan Waqas Butt
The Shadow of the Empress Fairy-Tale Opera and the End of the Habsburg Monarchy Larry Wolff
Bedouin Bureaucrats Mobility and Property in the Ottoman Empire Nora Barakat
The Transition Interpreting Justice from Thurgood Marshall to Clarence Thomas Daniel Kiel
In the Shadow of the Wall The Life and Death of Jerusalem's Maghrebi Quarter, 1187–1967 Vincent Lemire, Jane Kuntz
The Philosophical Pathos of Susan Taubes Between Nihilism and Hope Elliot R. Wolfson
Dust on the Throne The Search for Buddhism in Modern India Douglas Ober
Moments of Capital World Theory, World Literature Eli Jelly-Schapiro
The Master in Bondage Factory Workers in China, 1949-2019 Huaiyin Li
Sociability and Society Literature and the Symposium K. Ludwig Pfeiffer
Martial Aesthetics How War Became an Art Form Anders Engberg-Pedersen
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