Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, with editorial offices in Vancouver, British Columbia, publishes scholarly books for the academic market. Since our establishment in 1967 in Madison, New Jersey, we have published well over 1,500 titles in the humanities, arts, and social sciences. Manuscripts invited for submission are subject to internal review and to evaluation by external specialist readers. Our Editorial Committee, composed of university faculty, and our Advisory Board, made up of scholars from around the world, select manuscripts for publication on the basis of their value to scholarship and understanding.
While open to a full range of projects in the humanities and social sciences, the press boasts book series in several areas: Italian Studies; Communication Studies; Mormon Studies; Law, Culture, and the Humanities; Shakespeare and the Stage; Studies in Willa Cather; American History and Culture; Celtic Studies; and Modernist Studies & the Avant-Garde.
Our titles are manufactured, distributed, and marketed world-wide through a co-publishing partnership with Rowman & Littlefield of Lanham, Maryland, USA. They are initially published simultaneously in hard cover and in all electronic formats.
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