Contains archaeology, physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, and traditional ethnographic research, in addition to methodological and theoretical inquiries into archaeological and anthropological practices.
Contains visual arts (sculpture, drawing, illustration, painting, print making), photography, design, decorative arts, and topics covering galleries, art museums, techniques, materials, exhibitions, study and teaching, theory, criticism, history, and art profession. Similar topics covered for architecture such as history, criticism, theory, study and teaching, architecture profession, commercial and domestic, materials, decorations, and planning.
Contains works concerned with the civilizations of the ancient Mediterranean, particularly Greece and Rome.
Includes a range of natural history, natural resource management, and human ecology titles, including environmental impacts.
Contains works on the history and sociology of education from pre-school through higher. This include individual institutions. It mainly focuses on higher education practice, including a significant concentration of books on the theory, practice, and history of college-level rhetoric and composition pedagogy.
Contains topics on motion pictures, television, radio, plays, dramatic performances, and dance. This includes acting techniques, dance techniques, history, criticism, study and teaching.
Contains gender identity and roles, gendered representation, sexuality, women studies, feminism, LGBTQIA+, civil rights, intersectional topics like class, race, and abilities.
Contains American studies, ethnic studies —including Asian, Latin American, African-American, and indigenous studies -- disability studies, and other works that fall within the rubric of contemporary cultural studies. Also includes broader global socio-economic topics.
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.
Contains works on language and linguistics, including reference works and aids for language learners.
Includes literary criticism and literary theory, and biographies of authors. Also includes fiction/poetry from before 1950.
Contains music theory, history, criticism, study and teaching, biographies, performances, and techniques.
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).
Contains contemporary fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction.
Includes political science, law, economics, and policy-oriented works in other fields, such as criminology, education, and health.
Includes psychology, psychiatry, and psychoanalysis. Excludes social psychology (see Global Cultural Studies)
Includes epidemiology, environmental health, global health, international health, health policy, infectious disease, non-communicable disease, neglected tropical diseases, and titles that touch on these and other subjects of interest to the broad field of public health.
Contains science and technology topics that are not covered by Public Health nor Ecology and Evolution. Included topics are interdisciplinary between STEM, humanities, and social sciences. Media topics cover social media, digital mass media, electronic and video resources. Included computers, computer science, computer games, and video gaming.
Includes local and regional U.S. history and cultural studies, reflecting the strong commitment to state and regional publishing shared by participating presses. U.S. Regional Studies may be purchased by geographic region:
Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address African culture and society in Africa. This includes African diaspora.
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 Mexican-American studies.
Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles across the disciplines that address Asian and Pacific culture, politics, and society. This includes Oceania.
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.
Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address Latin American and the Caribbean culture and society.
Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address Middle Eastern culture, politics, and society.
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. 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.
Draws from the MUSE Complete collection to offer select titles from across the disciplines that address Russian and Eastern European culture and society.
Complete 14-volume set of the writings and correspondence of Booker T. Washington, the most influential African American in the United States during his lifetime. Includes a complete bibliography of his writings.
Definitive English translation of the German editions of Dietrich Bonhoeffer Werke. This is a comprehensive and thoroughly annotated 17-volume series compiling the work of one of the most significant Protestant theologians of the twentieth century.
Hermeneia commentary series offers authoritative interpretation of the earliest texts of the biblical books. An initial 50-volume set is available; additional newly-published titles may be purchased individually.
Definitive English language edition, completed, and contains all the works of Marx and Engels, whether published during their lifetimes or since, including their complete correspondence and newly discovered works.