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Areas of Scholarly Focus

SUNY Press publishes in a number of diverse academic areas. The Press’s current areas of focus include:

African American Studies
Asian Studies
Education
Environmental Studies
Film Studies
Hispanic Studies
Indigenous Studies
Italian American Studies
Jewish Studies
New York/Regional
Nineteenth-Century Studies
Philosophy
Political Science
Queer Studies
Religious Studies
Transpersonal Psychology
Women’s and Gender Studies


AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES Subjects and topics of interest include diasporic issues, civil rights, black churches, music, urban issues, families, blackness, racialization, film, literature, visual culture, black power movement, incarceration and prisons, slavery and its legacies, citizenship and nationalism, black youth, segregation, Afrocentrism, and Pan Africanism.
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List of our titles in African American Studies

ASIAN STUDIES
is an interdisciplinary subject area covering humanities and social sciences related to Asia. SUNY Press is a leading press in the field and is particularly well known for books on Asian philosophy and religion. SUNY Press has published a number of works on Chinese philosophy, religion, literature, and culture, Indian religions, Buddhism, and comparative East-West philosophy. Additional areas of strength include work on Japan and Korea. While much of SUNY Press’s Asian studies list highlights humanities scholarship, important work in the social sciences is a hallmark of the list as well.
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List of our titles in Asian Studies 

EDUCATION SUNY Press has published on a wide range of topics in the multidimensional field of education. Current areas of interest include assessment, teacher education, history of education, social justice pedagogy, higher education, international education, education philosophy, arts education, social studies curriculum, literacy studies, bi/multilingual education, bi/multicultural education, professional development, and urban and rural education.
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List of our titles in Education 

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES SUNY Press seeks works that systematically study human interaction with the environment, including the natural environment, built environments, and the sets of relationships between them. SUNY Press has published on these issues in relation to public policy, politics, law, economics, philosophy, sociology, planning, pollution control, natural resources, and the interactions of human beings and nature.
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List of our titles in Environmental Studies  

FILM STUDIES SUNY Press has published a variety of books on the history, production, cultural reception, and social meaning of film. Current topics of interest include specific films, filmmakers, genres, historical eras of film production, and production processes, as well as multicultural, ethnographic, technical, and theoretical aspects of cinema.
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List of our titles in Film Studies 

HISPANIC STUDIES In addition to books focused on the intellectual history of Spain and Latin America, we are also seeking books that explore the many dimensions of the culture and politics in these regions. This list includes work in the humanities and social sciences.
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List of our titles in Hispanic Studies 

INDIGENOUS STUDIES SUNY Press publishes works that draw upon a variety of scholarly disciplines—including history, anthropology, philosophy, literary criticism, political science, economics, cultural criticism—to illuminate the range and complexity of the experiences of indigenous peoples in the past, present, and into the future.
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List of our titles in Indigenous Studies

ITALIAN AMERICAN STUDIES In addition to scholarly studies in literature, film, sociology, anthropology, and history, we are interested in books for more general readers that can help extend the understanding of this important ethnic group and its role in the history and culture of the United States.
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List of our titles in Italian American Studies

JEWISH STUDIES SUNY Press has a long-standing and wide-ranging list in Jewish studies. We publish scholarly works on Jewish history, culture, religion, philosophy, and literature, with a particular focus on the modern and contemporary periods. We also publish in Israeli studies and Holocaust studies.
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List of our titles in Jewish Studies

NEW YORK/REGIONAL Through its Excelsior Editions imprint, SUNY Press publishes general and scholarly books of history, geography, natural history, photography, architecture, cooking, wine, and travel/recreation, as well as works of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Our aim is to showcase the diversity and abiding energy of the peoples, histories, and natural beauty of New York State.
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List of our titles in New York Studies

NINETEENTH-CENTURY STUDIES One of the most exciting trends in scholarship on the nineteenth century is the tendency to redraw the boundaries of its chronological, national, and disciplinary limits. SUNY Press publishes books that extend the “Long Nineteenth Century” back in time to the mid–seventeen hundreds and forward through the fin de siècle and its connections to twentieth-century modernism. We welcome interdisciplinary projects that intersect a variety of fields, including literature, history, anthropology, history of medicine, urban studies, musicology, architecture, gender studies, art, science and technology studies, postcolonial studies, and subaltern studies.
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List of our titles in Nineteenth-Century Studies

PHILOSOPHY SUNY Press publishes widely in philosophy and the history of philosophy, including ancient philosophy, German Idealism, phenomenology, existentialism, hermeneutics, philosophy of religion, Asian and comparative philosophy, contemporary French and Italian philosophy, process philosophy, pragmatism, environmental philosophy, feminist philosophy and gender theory, philosophy and race, and indigenous philosophies.
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List of our titles in Philosophy

POLITICAL SCIENCE SUNY Press has published on a wide range of topics in this field, dealing with the study of governments, public policies, systems, and political behavior. We are particularly interested in the following subfields: political theory, political philosophy, political ideology, political economy, policy studies and analysis, comparative politics, international relations, and related fields such as public administration. Our books on political science use both humanistic and scientific perspectives and tools and a variety of methodological approaches to examine the process, systems, and political dynamics of all countries and regions of the world.
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List of our titles in Political Science

QUEER STUDIES SUNY Press books in this field encourage a broad focus on identity, politics, culture, and the intersections of sexuality with other parts of identity (such as race, gender, and class), rather than a narrow focus on sexual practices that the term “sexuality studies” can seem to imply. We have published books on domestic and international topics and from the social sciences and the humanities.
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List of our titles in Queer Studies

RELIGIOUS STUDIES SUNY Press has a very broad list in religious studies. Perhaps best known for the list on Asian religions, SUNY Press has also had a long-standing list on Islam as well as lists on Jewish religion and Christianity. SUNY Press is also recognized for books on women and religion, sexuality and religion, and the environment and religion.
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List of our titles in Religious Studies

TRANSPERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY Topics of interest include spiritual self-development, peak experiences, mystical experiences, systemic trance, and other sublime and/or unusually expanded experiences of living.
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List of our titles in Transpersonal Psychology

WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES SUNY Press has a number of series that offer feminist perspectives in many of our historically important disciplinary areas of acquisitions, including philosophy, religion, and literary criticism. In recent years, the list has expanded to include contributions from cultural studies and other interdisciplinary fields. Our list has a strong focus on texts that deal with social justice.
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List of our titles in Women’s and Gender Studies


 
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