The latest updates about Duke University Press.

Open-access journal liquid blackness to join Duke University Press

iquid blackness: journal of aesthetics and black studies, an open-access journal, will join Duke University Press's publishing program in Spring 2021.

Duke University Press Warehouse and Offices to Close Due to Durham Stay-at-Home Order

Beginning March 27 our offices and our warehouse are closed for business. Although many staff are working from home, we cannot ship orders or receive new stock.

Now Available Open Access: Hispanic American Historical Review, 1918–1999

All 20th-century volumes (1918–1999) of the Hispanic American Historical Review have been digitized and are now available open access.

Free Duke University Press resources via Project MUSE

In response to current challenges scholars face as a result of COVID-19, Duke University Press is opening archival content for around 20 of our journals hosted on Project MUSE.

Gisela Fosado Named Editorial Director of Duke University Press

Gisela de la Concepción Fosado has been named Editorial Director of Duke University Press.

Navigating the Threat of Pandemic - Content Freely Available

Amid the worldwide spread of COVID-19, it’s a frightening time, and our thoughts are with those affected by this disease. In support and solidarity, we are providing free access to books and journal articles that we hope will build knowledge and understanding of how we navigate the spread of communicable diseases.

New Journals in 2020: History of the Present & Romanic Review

This coming year, we're excited to welcome History of the Present: A Journal of Critical History and the Romanic Review to our journals publishing program. Both journals will begin publication with Duke University Press in late spring.

Black Sacred Music Archive Now Available

We are excited to announce the digitization of Black Sacred Music: A Journal of Theomusicology, published semiannually from 1987 to 1995 and now available online for the first time.

Now Available: Syllabi from Duke University Press

In the spirit of University Press Week's "Read. Think. Act." theme, we're thrilled to unveil a project that our team has been working on for months: staff-curated syllabi of incisive work on some of today's most critical issues.