Fordham University Press

Fordham University Press, a member of the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) since 1938, was established in 1907 not only to represent and uphold the values and traditions of the University itself, but also to further those values and traditions through the dissemination of scholarly research and ideas.

The press publishes primarily in the humanities and the social sciences, with an emphasis on the fields of anthropology, philosophy, theology, history, classics, communications, economics, sociology, business, political science, and law, as well as literature and the fine arts. Additionally, the press publishes books focusing on the metropolitan New York region and books of interest to the general public.

Key subject areas






Medieval Studies


Regional New York

Fordham Catalogues

Fordham Featured Titles

12 Angry Men

Reginald Rose and the Making of an American Classic

Phil Rosenzweig

3 April 2023

Jean-Luc Nancy among the Philosophers

Irving Goh, Georges Van Den Abbeele, Emily Apter, Rodolphe Gasche, Werner Hamacher, Irving Goh, Eleanor Kaufman, Ian Alexander Moore, Marie-Eve Morin, Timothy Murray, Jean-Luc Nancy, John H. Smith

21 February 2023

Sufi Deleuze

Secretions of Islamic Atheism

Michael Muhammad Knight

7 February 2023

Let Them Rot

Antigone’s Parallax

Alenka Zupančič

17 January 2023

Terror Trials

Life and Law in Delhi's Courts

Mayur R. Suresh

17 January 2023

Corpus III

Cruor and Other Writings

Jean-Luc Nancy, Jeff Fort

17 January 2023

The Moralist International

Russia in the Global Culture Wars

Kristina Stoeckl, Dmitry Uzlaner, Aristotle Papanikolaou, Ashley M. Purpura

20 December 2022

Spectacles and Specters

A Performative Theory of Political Trials

Başak Ertür

15 November 2022

Imagistic Care

Growing Old in a Precarious World

Cheryl Mattingly, Lone Grøn, Lisa Stevenson, Robert Desjarlais, Rasmus Dyring, Harmandeep Kaur Gill, Lone Grøn, Maria Louw, Cheryl Mattingly, Lotte Meinert, Maria Speyer, Helle Sofie Wentzer, Susan Reynolds Whyte

20 September 2022

A Reader in Early Franciscan Theology

The Summa Halensis

Oleg Bychkov, Lydia Schumacher

4 January 2022

Living in Death

Genocide and Its Functionaries

Richard Rechtman, Lindsay Turner, Veena Das

2 November 2021

The Book of Negroes

African Americans in Exile after the American Revolution

Graham Russell Gao Hodges, Alan Edward Brown

2 November 2021

12 Angry Men

Reginald Rose and the Making of an American Classic

Phil Rosenzweig

5 October 2021

Gasoline Dreams

Waking Up from Petroculture

Simon Orpana, Imre Szeman, Mark Simpson

28 September 2021

Between Form and Faith

Graham Greene and the Catholic Novel

Martyn Sampson

3 August 2021

The Form of Love

Poetry’s Quarrel with Philosophy

James Kuzner

3 August 2021

Cold War Reckonings

Authoritarianism and the Genres of Decolonization

Jini Kim Watson

3 August 2021

Shattering Biopolitics

Militant Listening and the Sound of Life

Naomi Waltham-Smith

6 July 2021

Living with Concepts

Anthropology in the Grip of Reality

Andrew Brandel, Marco Motta, Jocelyn Benoist, Andrew Brandel, Michael Cordey, Veena Das, Rasmus Dyring, Michael D. Jackson, Michael Lambek, Sandra Laugier, Marco Motta, Michael Puett, Lotte Buch Segal, Thomas Schwarz Wentzer

15 June 2021

Hijras, Lovers, Brothers

Surviving Sex and Poverty in Rural India

Vaibhav Saria

18 May 2021

Medieval Nonsense

Signifying Nothing in Fourteenth-Century England

Jordan Kirk

4 May 2021


Jean-Luc Nancy, Steven Miller

4 May 2021

The Migrant Diaries

Lynne Jones

9 February 2021

In Defense of Secrets

Anne Dufourmantelle, Lindsay Turner

5 January 2021

Fordham Featured Series

Thinking from Elsewhere

Series editors: Clara Han, Bhrigupati Singh & Andrew Brandel

Thinking from Elsewhere publishes books animated by three touchstones at the heart of the anthropological endeavor: first, a conceptual labor that struggles with and occasionally displaces habitual categories of thought; second, an ethnographic labor animated by a desire to be attentive to life in its singularities; and third, a sustained engagement with other forms of knowledge, without a stable agreement on where knowledge might be found.

Fordham Series in Medieval Studies

Series editors: Mary Erler & Franklin Harkins

The Fordham Series in Medieval Studies publishes innovative studies utilizing interdisciplinary methods, especially cross-cultural studies. The series offerings include original studies, translations, multiauthor volumes, and source materials on late antique and medieval culture.

U.S. & Canada orders

If you are ordering from the U.S. or Canada, please visit