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  • Striving for #BalanceForBetter in Publishing and Beyond


    Forty-four years ago, the United Nations proclaimed March 8th as International Women’s Day (IWD) in an effort to recognize women’s rights and celebrate the many amazing things that women all over the world have contributed to the global community. In... more >>


  • One Book at a Time


    Gangs of Russia author Svetlana Stephenson wanted to become a sociologist after she read a collection of essays entitled American Sociology given to her by her father at the age of fifteen. Growing up in Russia, she couldn’t obtain a degree in... more >>


  • The Art of Stirring Things Up


    When we look closely at myths and tales from around the world, we see that the archetype of the trickster plays an absolutely essential role in the growth and development of everyone else within the story. In fact, we can safely say that in many cases... more >>


  • Oswald, before Mickey


    An archival footage of Oswald, precursor of Mickey Mouse, was found in Japan recently. It is not unusual that a film is discovered outside the country of its origin. For example, a wartime Japanese dramatic film was once discovered in the Russian film... more >>


  • Let’s Change the World


    Our goal for Giving Day is to raise $15,000 and open one of our new titles to the world. Your contribution will realize that dream.   Give the gift of reliable knowledge to everyone. Cornell University Press has been publishing high-quality... more >>


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