|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||New Brunswick, New Jersey|
|Distribution||Chicago Distribution Center (US)|
UBC Press (Canada)
Eurospan Group (Europe)
|Key people||Micah Kleit (Director)|
Rutgers University Press, a nonprofit academic publishing house operating in New Brunswick, New Jersey, under the auspices of Rutgers University, was founded on March 26, 1936. Since then, the Press has grown in size and the scope of its publishing program. Among the original areas of specialization were Civil War history and European history. The Press’ current areas of specialization include sociology, anthropology, health policy, history of medicine, human rights, urban studies, Jewish studies, American studies, film and media studies, the environment, and books about New Jersey and the mid–Atlantic region.
This is a list of books published by Rutgers University Press that have articles on Wikipedia.
- Raising the Race: Black Career Women Redefine Marriage, Motherhood, and Community — a 2015 social science book by Riché J. Daniel Barnes.