The University of Chicago Press is pleased to announce that Authoritarian Apprehensions: Ideology, Judgment, and Mourning in Syria by Lisa Wedeen is the recipient of
In her new book, Democratic Swarms, Page duBois explores the lively, chaotic, and anti-authoritarian glory of ancient Greek comedy. Often overshadowed by the study of
University Presses like Chicago are committed to making available works that not only keep us informed but also help us to better understand our world,
From the shell wars of hermit crabs to the machinations of mongooses, power struggles in the animal kingdom are as diverse as they are fascinating.
Tracy E. K’Meyer’s To Live Peaceably Together is a thoughtful examination of the struggle for fair housing in the postwar United States, with a unique
For National Poetry Month, we asked some of our distributed publishers “What does poetry mean to you?”
Dong Li receives inaugural Phoenix Emerging Poet Book Prize The University of Chicago Press is excited to announce that Dong Li and Annelyse Gelman have
University Presses like Chicago are committed to making available works that not only keep us informed but also help us to better understand the world
In Street Scriptures: Between God and Hip-Hop Alejandro Nava explores an important aspect of hip-hop that is rarely considered: its deep entanglement with spiritual life.
This year, for National Poetry Month, we’re delighted to share poems from the three latest books in our Phoenix Poets series: No Sign by Peter