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Cornell University Press, established in 1869 as the first American university press, shortly after the founding of the Cornell University itself, embodies and advances the university’s core values by disseminating fundamental and practical knowledge, while commanding its own distinct editorial profile. The Press, as part of a land-grant institution, is also dedicated to transforming research into publications that reach and benefit the wider public.
Suggested Reading for Black History Month
In order to help inform dialogues and promote understanding about antiracism and racial justice during Black History Month, Cornell University Press highlights titles on our list that speak to these critical issues.
Cornell Global Perspectives: Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
Cornell Global Perspectives (CGP) is the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies' imprint with Cornell University Press. CGP titles examine urgent global challenges, typically from an interdisciplinary perspective, and are intended for an informed but non-specialist audience. Publications range from lecture transcripts, essays, reports, and briefs to full-length books. All are available for download to e-readers and for print on demand.
Corpus Juris: The Humanities in Politics and Law
CORPUS JURIS is a book series for scholarship that explores the relevance of the humanities (history, literary criticism, anthropology, philosophy, religious studies, and political theory) to the study of politics and law, focusing on historical as well as contemporary issues. SERIES EDITOR: Elizabeth S. Anker, Cornell University Legal theorists have long debated the extent to which the study of law requires dialogue with other disciplines. Is law closed and self-contained? Or must its history as well as contemporary practice be examined through the lenses of other fields and perspectives? Corpus Juris publishes scholarship that explores the intersections between law, politics, and the humanities—including history, literary criticism, anthropology, philosophy, religious studies, and political theory. Our goal is to multiply the interdisciplinary junctures and conversations that shape the study of law. We aim to publish cutting-edge scholarship that not only tackles new or under-analyzed issues in politics and law but also develops innovative methods to undertake those inquiries. Corpus Juris seeks to reflect the excitement and creativity that characterizes emerging interdisciplinary research in law, politics, and the humanities. Corpus Juris books are published by Cornell University Press, with the support of Cornell Law School, Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences, and the Society for the Humanities at Cornell. The Corpus Juris logo is based on a bookplate designed by Rockwell Kent for the Greenland Press, 1941. Our books are designed by Rick Rawlins/Work.