Stanford University Press publishes 140 books a year across the humanities, social science, law, and business.
SUP’s books attract readers both within and beyond the academy, and inform scholarly debate, generate global and cross-cultural discussion, and bring award-winning scholarship to the wider reading public. Publishing scholarly monographs and course books, as well as innovative new forms—including interactive digital works and our imprints Stanford Briefs and Redwood Press—SUP’s books offer the best scholarship in history, literature, philosophy, religion, anthropology, sociology, politics, economics, business, and law, as well as Asian studies, Middle East studies, and Jewish studies.
We work closely with Stanford University Libraries to create a digital environment for our content that will appeal to researchers, instructors, students, and practitioners. To learn more about SUP, please browse our online catalog, review our lists of award-winning titles, and explore our book series.