Founded in 1908, Yale University Press has published vital scholarly works, e.g. The Beginnings of Gospel Story by Benjamin W. Bacon. The 1980s saw an expansion of the Press’ publications, as the Press added more commercial titles and textbooks in the fields of Language, Law, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, and Economics to the lists in order to reach a wider audience. Today, Yale University Press has a library of more than 8,000 published books and continues to grow.

Divine Accounting Theo-Economics in Early Christianity Jennifer A Quigley
The New World Written Selected Poems Maria Baranda, Paul Hoover
Islamic Thought in Africa The Collected Works of Afa Ajura (1910-2004) and the Impact of Ajuraism on Northern Ghana Alhaj Yusuf Salih Ajura, Zakyi Ibrahim
A Writing Guide for Learners of Chinese Qin Herzberg, Larry Herzberg, Pennylyn Dykstra-Pruim
Trading with the Enemy Britain, France, and the 18th-Century Quest for a Peaceful World Order John Shovlin
Asteroids How Love, Fear, and Greed Will Determine Our Future in Space Martin Elvis
Condemned The Transported Men, Women and Children Who Built Britain's Empire Graham Seal
Sodom and Gomorrah In Search of Lost Time, Volume 4 Marcel Proust, William C. Carter
Introduction to the Apocrypha Jewish Books in Christian Bibles Lawrence M. Wills
Strange Natures Conservation in the Era of Synthetic Biology Kent H. Redford, William M. Adams
Grey Wars A Contemporary History of U.S. Special Operations N. W. Collins
Kindred Voices A Literary History of Medieval Anatolia Michael Pifer