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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.

Sky Above Kharkiv Dispatches from the Ukrainian Front Serhiy Zhadan, Reilly Costigan-Humes, Isaac Stackhouse Wheeler
Transparency The Material History of an Idea Daniel Jutte
Less Heat, More Light A Guided Tour of Weather, Climate, and Climate Change John D. Aber
Isaac Murphy The Rise and Fall of a Black Jockey Katherine C. Mooney
Antoine Barnave The Revolutionary who Lost his Head for Marie Antoinette John Hardman
Asylum between Nations Refugees in a Revolutionary Era Janet Polasky
The Throne of the Great Mogul in Dresden The Ultimate Artwork of the Baroque Dror Wahrman
Martin Heidegger's Changing Destinies Catholicism, Revolution, Nazism Guillaume Payen, Jane Marie Todd, Steven Rendall
Spain The Trials and Triumphs of a Modern European Country Michael Reid
Homelands A Personal History of Europe Timothy Garton Ash
Revolutionary Things Material Culture and Politics in the Late Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World Ashli White
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