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Book Collection Descriptions

African Studies

Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address African culture and society in Africa.

American Studies

Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address U.S. national identity. Includes Asian-American, African-American, and Chicano/a studies.

Archaeology and Anthropology

Contains archaeology, physical anthropology, and other, traditional ethnographic research, in addition to methodological and theoretical inquiries into archaeological and anthropological practices.

Asian and Pacific Studies

Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles across the disciplines that address Asian and Pacific culture, politics, and society.

Classical Studies

Contains works concerned with the civilizations of the ancient Mediterranean, particularly Greece and Rome.

Ecology and Evolution

Includes a range of natural history titles, in addition to environmental history, natural resource management, and human ecology.

Film, Theater, and Performing Arts

Includes film and media studies, theater and performance studies, and select music studies titles.  (For works on contemporary popular music, see Global Cultural Studies.)

Global Cultural Studies

Contains American studies, ethnic studies —including Asian, Latin American,  African-American, and indigenous studies --  women's and gender studies, disability studies, and other works that fall within the rubric of contemporary cultural studies.

Higher Education

Contains works on the history and sociology of higher education (including individual institutions) and higher education practice, including a significant concentration of books on the theory, practice, and history of college-level rhetoric and composition pedagogy.

History

Includes titles covering a broad spectrum of regions and time periods reflective of the many historical sub-fields housed in a traditional Department of History. Also includes history of science, technology, and medicine, and select art history titles.

Jewish Studies

Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address Jewish history, culture, and religion. Includes Holocaust research and Israel Studies.

Language and Linguistics

Contains works on language and linguistics, including reference works and aids for language learners.

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address Latin American and the Caribbean culture and society.

Literature

Includes literary criticism and literary theory, biographies of authors, and fiction/poetry from before 1950. 

Native American and Indigenous Studies

Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address the languages, cultures, histories, and/or current political struggles of indigenous peoples around the world.

Philosophy and Religion

Contains works on philosophy, theology, and select religious studies titles, excluding histories of particular religious groups (see History or U.S. Regional Studies) and sociology of religion titles (See Global Cultural Studies).

Poetry, Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction

Contains contemporary fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction.

Political Science and Policy Studies

Includes political science, law, economics, and policy-oriented works in other fields, such as criminology, education, and health.

Russian and East European Studies

Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address Russian and Eastern European culture and society.

United States Regional Studies

Includes local and regional U.S. history and cultural studies, reflecting the strong commitment to state and regional publishing shared by UPCC presses. U.S. Regional Studies may be purchased by geographic region:

  • US Regional Studies, Midwest
  • US Regional Studies, New England and Mid-Atlantic
  • US Regional Studies, South
  • US Regional Studies, West

Archive Foundation Collections

Contain titles published prior to 2010, allowing access to a critical mass of significant content from numerous university presses, across many disciplines.