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New Titles in Middle Eastern Studies

We will be celebrating the Middle East Studies Association conference virtually this year. Until January 15, 2022, save 40% on books and journal issues with coupon code MESA21 when you order on our website. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.

Registered attendees can find us in the official virtual exhibit hall. For highlights of our newest titles in Middle East studies, check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in Middle East studies here, including the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies and Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Join DUP authors for panels throughout MESA 2021:

  • Hatim El-Hibri, 2:00pm Tuesday, November 30, “Gaza on Screen.”
  • Jill Jarvis, 1:30pm Wednesday, December 1, “Deserts as Archives Part 2.”
  • Sa’ed Atshan, 2:00pm Wednesday, December 1, “Ethnographies of Uprisings: Exploring Approaches to Understanding Revolt in the Middle East.”
  • Elizabeth Bentley, 2:00pm Thursday, December 2, “Narratives of Loss and Violence.”

If you were hoping to connect with Elizabeth Ault or one of our other editors about your book project at the Middle East Studies Association conference, please reach out by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in Religious Studies

We will miss meeting with authors, editors, and friends of the Press in person at the American Academy of Religion/Society for Biblical Literature joint annual conference, but we look forward to connecting with you all virtually. Until December 31, 2021, save 40% on books and journal issues with coupon code AAR21 when you order on our website. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.

Registered attendees can find our listing on the conference website. For highlights of our newest titles in religious studies, see below for our religious studies digital catalog and check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in religious studies here.


Assistant Editor Sandra Y. L. Korn has a brief welcome for AAR/SBL attendees.

Assistant Editor Sandra Korn

I am sorry not to be joining those of you who are gathering in person in San Antonio, but I am looking forward to joining in virtual sessions! I am particularly excited about scholarship in decolonial studies of religion, political theology, and queer and trans studies in religion. If you’d like to meet with me to discuss your book proposal, I’d be glad to set up a zoom or phone conversation in the weeks following the conference – just send me an email at sandra.korn@dukeupress.edu.


You can find DUP authors in multiple panels around the conference!:

The Theology and Religious Reflection Unit will be discussing R.A. Judy’s Sentient Flesh in a virtual panel, Tuesday, November 23 at 9:30am EST.

Todne Thomas will be presenting Kincraft in the in-person plenary session, “What Just Happened? Religion, American Politics and Our Collective Future” on Saturday, November 20, 12:45am EST.

An Yountae and Eleanor Craig will be with the Philosophy of Religion Unit in a virtual presentation of their book Beyond Man on Saturday, November 20, 10:00am EST.

And you can find multiple other authors on many other panels around the conference, including Ali Altaf Mian, Donovan O. Schaefer, Joseph Winters, and Black Outdoors series editor J. Kameron Carter.

If you were hoping to connect with Sandra Korn or one of our other editors about your book project at the American Academy of Religion/Society for Biblical Literature joint annual conference, please reach out by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in Anthropology

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We will be celebrating the American Anthropological Association conference virtually this year. Until December 31, 2021, save 40% on books and journal issues with using coupon code AAA21 when you order on our website. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.

Registered attendees can find us in the official virtual exhibit hall. For highlights of our newest titles in anthropology, check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in anthropology here.

Since we can’t take pictures of our authors in our exhibit hall booth, we’ve collected an album of their book selfies! Find them on Facebook.

Don’t miss out on Akhil Gupta’s Presidential Address, “Decolonizing US Anthropology,” Saturday, November 20, 6:15pm EST. It will be streamed live from Baltimore for those attending virtually.

Juno Salazar Parreñas is participating in the Association for Feminist Anthropology’s virtual mentoring event,“Envisioning Feminist Futures: AFA Mentorship Event with Juno Salazar Parreñas,” Friday, November 19, 12:15pm EST.

Join the conversation about “Cruel Optimism, Care, and Aspirations for Producing a Liveable Future,” a virtual oral presentation hosted by the Society for Cultural Anthropology, Saturday, November 20, 8:00am EST.

Many other DUP authors are participating in panels and events throughout the conference. And you can find Senior Executive Editor Ken Wissoker in person in Baltimore!

If you were hoping to connect with Gisela Fosado, Elizabeth Ault, or one of our other editors about your book project at the American Anthropological Association conference, please reach out by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in African Studies

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We will be celebrating the African Studies Association conference virtually this year. Until December 31, 2021, save 40% on books and journal issues with coupon code AFSA21 when you order on our website. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.

Registered attendees can find us in the official virtual exhibit hall. For highlights of our newest titles in African studies, check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in African studies here.

Join Julie Livingston for an author-meets-critics session about her book Self-Devouring Growth: A Planetary Parable as Told from Southern Africa, Thursday, November 18 at 12:00pm EST.

There is also an author-meets-critics session for Naminata Diabate’s Naked Agency: Genital Cursing and Biopolitics in Africa, Thursday, November 18 at 4:00pm EST.

And join Achille Mbembe, Naminata Diabate, Noah Tamarkin, Monica Popescu, and Lynn Thomas for a discussion on “Theory in Forms: Politics meets New Writing” Wednesday, November 17, 10:00am EST.

You can find many other DUP authors on panels throughout to conference, including Christopher Tounsel, Jennifer Bajorek, Xavier Livermon, Cajetan Iheka, Kwasi Konadu, and Matthew H. Brown.

If you were hoping to connect with Elizabeth Ault or one of our other editors about your book project at the African Studies Association conference, please reach out by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in American Studies

We look forward to celebrating new books and journal issues in American studies at the virtual American Studies Association conference. During our fall sale, save 50% on all books and special issues when you use coupon code FALL21 at checkout. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.

Registered attendees can find us in the official virtual exhibit hall. For highlights of our newest titles in American studies, check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in American studies here.

Since we can’t take pictures of our authors in our exhibit hall booth, we’ve collected an album of their book selfies! Find them on Facebook.

On Tuesday, October 12, join author Kandice Chuh for an roundtable session about her book The Difference Aesthetics Makes, at12:00pm EST, accompanied by Lisa Lowe and Laura Hyun Yi Kang.

Soyica Colbert will be discussing Race and Performance After Repetition on a panel with many of the volume’s contributors, Wedneday, October 13 at 4:00pm EST.

Thursday, October 14 at 10:00am EST, join Xavier Livermon for “Kwaito Bodies: Black (Queer) Creativity in Transnational Context,” on his most recent book.

Tiffany Lethabo King and Savannah Shange will both participate in the Critical Ethnic Studies Committee roundtable on The Black Shoals Wednesday, October 13 at 4:00pm EST, and on the panel “Black Feminist Ecologies/Ethnographies of Experimentation and Revolt in The Black Shoals (2019) and Progressive Dystopia (2019),” Thursday, October 14, 12:00pm EST.

If you were hoping to connect with Courtney Berger, Ken Wissoker, Elizabeth Ault, or one of our other editors about your book project at the American Studies Association conference, please reach out to them by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in Science Studies

We look forward to celebrating new books and journal issues in science and technology studies at the virtual Society for Social Studies of Science conference! During our fall sale, save 50% on all books and special issues when you use coupon code FALL21 at checkout. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.

Cover of Anaesthetics of Existence by Cressida J. Heyes. Black text over fine art installation "mé," Roppongi Crossing 2019: Connexions, featuring a white room full of stationary ocean waves.

Registered attendees can find us in the official virtual exhibit hall. For highlights of our newest titles in science studies, check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in science and technology studies here.

On Saturday, October 9, join author Cressida J. Heyes for an author-meets-critics session about her book Anaesthetics of Existence, 3:00pm EST.

Cover of Dear Science and Other Stories by Katherine McKittrick. Against a black background, a photograph in triplet of an empty window, viewed through an archway, in the ruined colonial mansion at Farley Hill National Park, Barbados.

And later that afternoon, at 5:00pm EST, join Katherine McKittrick and others for a panel on “Thinking with Katherine McKittrick’s Dear Science and Other Stories.”

Other DUP authors and editors have panels throughout the weekend!:

Courtney Berger will be attending the Society for Social Studies of Science conference virtually, and would be happy to hear from potential authors and receive book proposals. Watch Courtney’s twitter for any additional announcements.

If you were hoping to connect with one of our other editors about your book project at 4S, please reach out to them by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in Political Science

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We are sad to miss you in-person at the American Political Science Association conference this year, but we look forward to celebrating new books and journal issues in political science virtually. During our fall sale, save 50% on all books and special issues when you use coupon code FALL21 at checkout. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.

The Colonizing Self, by Hagar Kotef. Dark maroon background with a photograph of art installation by Marjan Teeuwen of a destroyed house in Gaza, with each of its crumbling walls visible like a grid.

Registered attendees can find us in the official virtual exhibit hall! For highlights of our newest titles in political science, check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in political science here.

On Saturday, October 2, join author Hagar Kotef for an author-meets-critics session about her book The Colonizing Self, 7:00pm EST.

Other DUP authors and editors have panels throughout the weekend!:


Enrique Desmond Arias, “Criminal Politics in Brazil,” in person panel, Saturday, Oct 2, 11:00am EST; “The Politics of Illicit Economies, Organized Crime, and Extra-Legal Actors Mini-Conference Roundtable,” in person panel, Thursday, Sept 30, 11:00am EST

Isaac A. Kamola, “Creating Minimum Standards for Employing Contingent Faculty in the Profession,” virtual panel, Thursday, Sept 30, 5:00pm EST; “Transnational Political Thought,” virtual panel, Saturday, Oct 2, 9:00am EST

Robert Nichols, “From Captivity to Abolition: Incarceration and Political Theory,” in-person panel, Saturday, Oct 2, 11:00am EST

James R. Martel, “Political Theologies and New forms of Critique,” virtual panel, Saturday, Oct 2, 1:00pm EST; “Insurgent Imaginaries,” in-person panel, Sunday, Oct 3, 8:00am EST

If you were hoping to connect with Courtney Berger or one of our other editors about your book project at the American conference, please reach out to them by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Black text in a white, transparent box: "National Women's Studies Association, 2021 Virtual Conference Exhibit, Use code FALL21 for 50% off during our fall sale!

This year we look forward to celebrating new books and journal issues in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies virtually. During our fall sale, save 50% on all books and special issues when you use coupon code FALL21 at checkout. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.

Registered attendees can find us in the official exhibit hall! For highlights of our newest titles in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in gender and sexuality studies here.

On Saturday, September 18, join editor Elizabeth Ault for the exhibitor hour from 3:00 to 4:00pm EST. Access the chat with the “Video Chat” button in our official booth.

DUP authors and editors have panels throughout the three NWSA weekends! Join them for online panels:

September

  • Sima Shakhsari, “Introducing AGITATE!: Lessons, challenges, and limitations of unsettling knowledges in the academy and beyond,” Fri, Sep 17, 2:00pm EST

October

  • Sami Schalk, “Disability Studies Approaches to Race, Gender and Health,” Fri, Oct 15, 12:30pm EST
  • Nicole Charles, “Troubling health and healthcare,” Fri, Oct 15, 5:00pm EST
  • Ginetta E. B. Candelario, Kum-Kum Bhavnani, Myriam J. A. Chancy, and Paula J. Giddings, Meridians Plenary, Sat, Oct 16, 11:00am EST

November

  • Sushmita Chatterjee, “Transnational Feminisms and the Politics of Development,” Fri, Nov 19, 11:00am EST
  • Banu Subramaniam, Ashwini Tambe, “Holy Science: The Biopolitics of Hindu Nationalism,” Fri, Nov 19, 11:00am EST
  • Sushmita Chatterjee, Banu Subramaniam, and Angela Willey, “Transnational Biologies: Genealogy, Epistemology, Method,” Fri, Nov 19, 2:00pm EST
  • Kalindi Vora, “Circulations of Care: Conviviality, Sociality, and Ethnography,” Fri, Nov 19, 3:30pm EST
  • Sima Shakhsari, “Part Two: Empire at Home is Empire Abroad: Transnational Feminist and Queer Resistance,” Fri, Nov 19, 3:30pm EST

If you were hoping to connect with Elizabeth Ault, Courtney Berger, or one of our other editors about your book project at the National Women’s Studies Association conference, please reach out to them by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in Native and Indigenous Studies

This year we look forward to celebrating new books and journal issues in Native and Indigenous studies virtually. Through June 31, 2021, save 40% on all books and journal issues when you use coupon code NAISA21 at checkout.

For highlights of our newest titles in Native and Indigenous studies, check out our conference landing page. And browse all books and journals in Native and Indigenous studies here.

Attendees of the 2021 Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference can join Keith L. Camacho for Reppin’: Pacific Islander Youth and Native Justice, on June 15, 1pm EST, and Candace Fujikane for Kūkulu Ke Ea o Mauna Kea: Practices of Kilo (Observation and Forecasting) Against Climate Change, starting June 17 on-demand.

If you were hoping to connect with Courtney Berger or one of our other editors about your book project at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference, please reach out to them by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.

New Titles in American History

We wish we could be meeting authors and readers in-person at the Organization for American Historians Annual Conference. We know that many of you look forward to stocking up on new titles at special discounts at our conferences, so we are pleased to offer a 40% discount on all in-stock books and journal issues with coupon code OAH21 until May 31, 2021.

Check out the latest American history titles in our virtual catalog, below. And explore all of our books and journals in American history here.

If you were hoping to connect with Gisela Fosado or one of our other editors about your book project at OAH, please reach out to them by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines here.