Stanford University Press

Stanford University Press is committed to the dissemination of new knowledge that will benefit, challenge and illuminate our society. The Press publishes around 130 books per year in the Humanities and Social Sciences, with a strong concentration in History, Literature, Philosophy, and Asian Studies, and growing lists in Politics, Sociology, Anthropology, and Religion.

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Featured Titles

The Future of Executive Development

Mihnea C. Moldoveanu, Das Narayandas

30 November 2021

Taxis vs. Uber

Courts, Markets, and Technology in Buenos Aires

Juan Manuel del Nido

9 November 2021

Networked Nonproliferation

Making the NPT Permanent

Michal Onderco

5 October 2021

Green Mass

The Ecological Theology of St. Hildegard of Bingen

Michael Marder

7 September 2021

Networking Print in Shakespeare’s England

Influence, Agency, and Revolutionary Change

Blaine Greteman

17 August 2021

The Origins of COVID-19

China and Global Capitalism

Li Zhang

3 August 2021

Vendors' Capitalism

A Political Economy of Public Markets in Mexico City

Ingrid Bleynat

27 July 2021

Toward the Critique of Violence

A Critical Edition

Walter Benjamin, Peter Fenves, Julia Ng

22 June 2021

The Current Economy

Electricity Markets and Techno-Economics

Canay Özden-Schilling

15 June 2021

Pricing and Revenue Optimization

Second Edition

Robert L. Phillips

25 May 2021

It Could Lead to Dancing

Mixed-Sex Dancing and Jewish Modernity

Sonia Gollance

25 May 2021

A Constitution for the Living

Imagining How Five Generations of Americans Would Rewrite the Nation's Fundamental Law

Beau Breslin

20 April 2021

Political Grammars

The Unconscious Foundations of Modern Democracy

Davide Tarizzo

6 April 2021

10% Less Democracy

Why You Should Trust Elites a Little More and the Masses a Little Less

Garett Jones

16 March 2021

How to Make a Wetland

Water and Moral Ecology in Turkey

Caterina Scaramelli

16 March 2021

A History of False Hope

Investigative Commissions in Palestine

Lori Allen

15 December 2020

Showpiece City

How Architecture Made Dubai

Todd Reisz

27 October 2020

The Subject of Human Rights

Danielle Celermajer, Alexandre Lefebvre

22 September 2020

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