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Welcome to our the Columbia University Press website. Please join us in celebration of our Quasquicentennial!

June 13, 2018, will mark our 125th anniversary! We invite you to celebrate with us, throughout the year as we reflect on the milestones and achievements that form our legacy, and as we look toward the future. Follow along on social media #CUP125 for new posts and a chance to win prizes.

In honor of Poetry Month and Earth Day, we’ll be featuring books in each category every week during April. Be sure to visit our blog on Mondays and Tuesdays for a chance to win a copy of one of our featured books. Tune in the rest of the week for book excerpts and exclusive author Q&As.

If you have any comments or questions, please let us know.

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On CUP Blog

Read a guest post by Louis Komjathy, author of TAMING THE WILD HORSE: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION AND STUDY OF THE DAOIST HORSE TAMING PICTURES.
We are proud to announce that several of our authors were awarded the 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship. They were among the 173 recipients, selected from almost 3,000 applicants. We are honored to be their publisher and congratulate each of them on their exceptional work and scholarship. Available Now ALISON GRIFFITHS Author of Carceral Fantasies: Cinema and Prison in Early Twentieth-Century
To help celebrate their 125th(!) year in existence, we’ve got a table packed with @ColumbiaUP books right by the front door. pic.twitter.com/Ap4FwuwhzZ — Malaprop’s Bookstore/Cafe (@Malaprops) March 1, 2018
This month, in honor of Earth Day, we’re featuring titles that are related to climate change and environmental studies. Today we’re presenting you with an excerpt from Earth at Risk: Natural Capital and the Quest for Sustainability, by Claude Henry and Laurence Tubiana. Enter our book giveaway by Friday at 1 PM for a chance to win a free
We’re celebrating the 125th Anniversary of @ColumbiaUP with a display of some of our favorite titles! Check it out at Book Culture on 112th, where we have a wide selection of books from the press! pic.twitter.com/jOY9kE6Bum — Book Culture (@bookculture) April 17, 2018