Book Series for Penn State University Press


As part of the University Libraries, the Penn State University Press is dedicated to the task of promoting the dissemination of knowledge through the publication of books and journals that convey the results of original research in the form of new information, interpretations, or methods of analysis. Publishing between 60-70 books and 50 journals each year, the Press represents the interests of the University generally in contributing to better communication among scholars everywhere.

American and European Philosophy

General Editors: Charles E. Scott and John J. Stuhr, Associate Editor: Susan M. Schoenbohm

Essays on Human Rights

Edited by Thomas Cushman

Issues in Policy History

General Editor: Donald T. Critchlow

Literature and Philosophy

A.J. Cascardi, General Editor

Re-Reading the Canon

Nancy Tuana, General Editor

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