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We are happy to announce that we have joined with VitalSource to make its titles available for free as e-books for students affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Read more about the resources on our blog.

We are honored that Emma Watson has shared Sex and World Peace with her followers. Visit our blog to read an excerpt from the book, and check out this conversation  between Watson and author, Valerie M. Hudson on Teen Vogue.

The pandemic has lead the the cancelation of several annual conferences, but that’s no reason to miss out on checking out new books and hearing from our authors. This week, we’re hosting a virtual book exhibit on our blog featuring editors, authors, and books that would have debuted at the SCMS, OAH, and UAA. Check out blog each day for new content and to take advantage of our 30 percent conference discount.

Columbia University Press

On CUP Blog

Letter from the editors: We are pleased to be sharing with you Columbia University Press’s 2020 Film, Media, and Journalism Studies catalog. The books featured here reflect the press’s commitment to publishing innovative works examining the multifaceted ways in which...
Columbia University Press has joined with VitalSource to make its titles available for free as e-books for students affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Many students purchased books for classroom use but now can’t access them after having moved rapidly to...
As part of our celebration of Women’s History Month, we are featuring Foucault’s Strange Eros, a modern consideration of Foucault’s erotic ethics. by Lynne Huffer. In this forthcoming book, Huffer provocatively rewrites Foucault as a Sapphic poet and shows how...
Our weekly list of new books is now available! From the Columbia Studies in the History of U.S. Capitalism series How the Suburbs Were Segregated Developers and the Business of Exclusionary Housing, 1890–1960 Paige Glotzer Focusing on Baltimore’s wealthiest, whitest...
“Foucault’s Strange Eros challenges its readers to describe aptly, to touch delicately their seeking, mortal, embodied selves. The book elicits and sustains their interest. It rejoices on some pages to weep on others, but it is animated throughout by generous reading...