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  • Reflections on America Fifty Years After Guns at Cornell


    I was part of the 1960s generation that fought for civil rights, and we attacked rigid social mores regarding personal choices such as hair length and sexual abstinence before marriage. “Do your own thing” was the mantra of the 1960s. But while we... more >>


  • A Look at the List – Michael McGandy


    As we move towards our new season of books (those publishing between March and August this year), we asked our acquiring editors to give us a little preview of their list. Here’s the third entry in the series, from Three Hills Editorial Director... more >>


  • 150 Notable Books: In Our Own Backyard


    At Cornell University Press, we strive to change how we think and act in the world, one book at a time. The world in question is sometimes the globe itself—for instance when we publish work on environmental policy and impacts that are not limited by... more >>


  • A Look at the List – Roger Haydon


    As we move towards our new season of books (those publishing between March and August this year), we asked our acquiring editors to give us a little preview of their list. Here’s the second entry in the series, from Executive Editor Roger... more >>


  • The 1869 Book of the Month Club


    Because it’s our 150th anniversary and we’re excited about it, we’re offering a special deal for anyone who wishes to subscribe to our 1869 Book of the Month Club. Starting in March, and running until the end of 2019, we’ll... more >>


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