New York University Press
New York University Press (or NYU Press) is a university press that is part of New York University.
NYU Press was founded in 1916 by the then chancellor of NYU,
Elmer Ellsworth Brown.
 Directors Arthur Huntington Nason, 1916–1932
no director, 1932–1946
Jean B. Barr (interim director), 1946–1952
Filmore Hyde, 1952–1957
Wilbur McKee, acting director, 1957–1958
William B. Harvey, 1958–1966
Christopher Kentera, 1966–1974
Malcolm C. Johnson, 1974–1981
Colin Jones, 1981–1996
Niko Pfund, 1996–2000
Steve Maikowski, 2001–2014
Ellen Chodosh, 2014–present  Notable publications
Once best known for publishing
, NYU Press has now published numerous award-winning scholarly works, such as The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman Convergence Culture (2007) by Henry Jenkins, The Rabbi's Wife (2006) by Shuly Schwartz, and The Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During the Holocaust (2002). Other well-known names published by the press include  Cary Nelson, Jonathon Hafetz, Samuel R. Delany, and Mark Denbeaux.
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