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In the Library: Books on Free Speech
In the year since my book The Fight for Free Speech: Ten Case That Define Our First Amendment Freedoms was published by NYU Press, I am often asked if there… READ MORE
Authors In Conversation: Susan Bartie
Tell us about the genesis of this book—what made you decide to edit and shepherd it? We had both been working on research projects about law professors who had studied… READ MORE
Core Curriculum: The Power of a Poem
When Sarah Mesle, editor of the Avidly Reads series at NYU Press, slid into my DMs and asked if I might want to write a book, maybe a book about… READ MORE
April eBook Deals
From National Poetry Month to Earth Day, this month is full of celebrations, commemorations, and meditations on various topics, and our April eBook discounts reflect them. April eBook deals valid… READ MORE
January 6, 2022
Check out NYU Press’ new and upcoming January releases on Bookshop.org! Check out all the new and upcoming releases coming in January from NYU Press!
December 11, 2021
Read an excerpt from Boricua Pop by Frances Negrón-Muntaner.
December 1, 2021
From poetry to proverbs, catch up on your Arabic literature this month with the titles below. You can get each eBook for just $1.99 through the end of December!
November 1, 2021
Say their names. For Transgender Day of Remembrance, we’re honoring those who lost their lives in anti-transgender violence with a list of important works in transgender studies. Browse the books below and order each eBook for just $1.99 through the end of November.
October 29, 2021
The debate [around Rachel Levine] centers on what it means to be part of the uniformed services vs the armed services and what a direct commission to the very highest rank means compared to someone who rose through the ranks within the service. Are these distinctions meaningful? Does her appointment advance the cause of transgender members of the military or transgender people writ large?
October 4, 2021
Work as we know it got turned upside down during the pandemic. An exhausted work force, burning the midnight oil at home, claim they became modern-day workaholics (40% by one account). Those who were already self-described workaholics found their condition exacerbated.
September 27, 2021
25 years ago, I set out to address the question: “What can we do about the underrepresentation of African-Americans in the top-level position in sports management?”