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At Subjects & Series, explore books by subject, facing-page translation library, series, or publishing partner, lists of recently published and forthcoming titles, and special projects.

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You can do a quick search for in-print books and other non-book products using the Search for a book area located at the top right of every page. Or visit Refine Your Search / Search the Site to specifically search by author, title, subject, series, ISBN, or year published, or to search the full content of our website—general information about HUP—with Google Custom Search.

Author Events

View a schedule of upcoming public appearances by authors of recent Harvard University Press titles.

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Harvard University Press titles that are in print will show up on this website (use Advanced Search or browse Subjects and Series to find them) and can be purchased directly.

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