Brandeis University Press
Brandeis University Press is a member of the publishing consortium known as the University Press of New England, whose members include Brandeis University, Dartmouth College, Northeastern University, and the University of New Hampshire.
Brandeis University Press has published under its imprint more than 100 titles in a variety of fields by distinguished scholars and writers within and outside the Brandeis community.
The principal vehicles through which Brandeis University Press publishes are the Tauber Institute Series for the Study of European Jewry; the Brandeis Series in American Jewish History, Culture and Life; the HBI Series on Jewish Women; and the Schusterman Series in Israel Studies.
Brandeis University Press also publishes the Menachem Stern Jerusalem Lectures series sponsored by the Historical Society of Israel. In addition, Brandeis University Press publishes titles outside the series listed above.
Recent and forthcoming books include:
- The Art of the Turnaround: Creating and Maintaining Healthy Arts Organizations
- Shuva: The Future of the Jewish Past
- Israel: A History
- Marie Syrkin: Values Beyond the Self
- Religion and Jewish Identity in the Soviet Union, 1941-1964
- Promised Lands: New Jewish American Fiction on Longing and Belonging
- Germany’s Prophet: Paul de Lagarde and the Origins of Modern Antisemitism
- Polygamy in Primetime: Media, Gender and Politics in Mormon Fundamentalism
- Young Tel Aviv: A Tale of Two Cities
- Self-Determination and Women’s Rights in Muslim Societies
- Between Jew and Arab: The Lost Voice of Simon Rawidowicz.