Johns Hopkins University Press

Johns Hopkins University Press publishes in the fields of American history, American studies, history of science, technology, and medicine, history of education, ancient history, and literary history. Johns Hopkins University Press provides authors with a reputable forum for evidence-based discourse and exposure to a worldwide audience. Founded in 1878, we are the oldest continuously operating university press in the United States, publishing 150 new books each year across the sciences and humanities, with a critically acclaimed backlist of over 3,000 titles.

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