The work at hand

November 11, 2016 nyupressblog 0

—Eric Zinner
In the wake of this traumatic election, and preparing for the onslaughts to come—against higher education, against the people and ideas we so ardently publish about and for—I thought it would he helpful to turn back to those same scholars for their thoughts, their ideas, for context, for perspective.

Global Stories for Women’s Equality Day

August 26, 2016 nyupressblog 0

A collection of titles that not only uncover inequalities faced by women across various industries and cultures, but also highlight a few of the many victories of women fighting for, and bringing, justice and equality to all.

Happy Women in Translation Month!

August 5, 2016 nyupressblog 0

—Gemma Juan-Simó
We’re joining the literary community in celebrating Women in Translation Month this August. In honor of the occasion, we’re featuring The Principles of Sufism by ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūniyyah, now available in both hardcover and paperback editions from our Library of Arabic Literature.

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