Duke University Press

Duke University Press

A not-for-profit scholarly publisher, Duke University Press is best known for publishing in the humanities, social sciences, and mathematics. The Press publishes approximately 140 books annually and over 50 journals, as well as offering several electronic collections and open-access (OA) publishing initiatives. Our books have won many prestigious history awards, including the Joan Kelly Memorial Prize, the Martin A. Klein Prize, and the Wesley-Logan Prize. Until February 15, 2021, save 30% on all books and journal issues with code AHA21 when you order on our website.

Check out our history catalog for a list of all our latest books and journals, and lots of old favorites!

You can find a complete list of our history titles on our website. Reach out to us on Facebook or Twitter. Watch interviews and live event recordings on our YouTube channel.

Watch an interview between Vanessa Freije and Jocelyn Olcott about Citizens of Scandal, on the causes and consequences of political scandals in Mexico from the 1960s to the 1980s.

Watch an interview with Cait McKinney about their new book, Information Activism, about the unglamorous but necessary work of producing information networks among lesbian feminist organizations.