August 19, 2019
The tragedies in El Paso and Gilroy have spurred demands that US government and security institutions (as well as American political culture more generally) change course and apply the label of terrorist to white supremacists.
July 30, 2019
—Jennifer E. Cobbina There is a long and mainly unresolved history of government using violence to establish and maintain relations of racial domination and subordination. However, as a nation, we… READ MORE
July 17, 2019
Journalist and author Michael Serazio dissects the influence of sports and media on American perception and culture post a US win in the Women’s World Cup.
July 3, 2019
Discover the rise of unskilled immigrant care workers helping Americans die peacefully in their homes instead of in nursing homes.
July 2, 2019
Discover the stories of overlooked figures from history who shaped the development of early America in select eBooks—each $1.99 through July 15!
May 7, 2019
Captain Marvel as the latest show of just how exhausting (and toxic) female representation in superhero media can be
April 2, 2019
—Eileen Reynolds, NYU News
A new book from NYU Press tells intertwined stories of Algonquian and English youths pressed into service as cross-cultural emissaries in colonial Virginia.
February 13, 2019
—Deana A. Rohlinger
Digital technologies aren’t all bad. But, they’ve certainly changed how Millennials explore their sexual selves and connect with one another.