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Syracuse University Press

Syracuse University PressFor 70 years, Syracuse University Press has been committed to: SERVING scholars and scholarship; PROMOTING diverse cultural and intellectual expression; PRESERVING the history, literature, and culture of our region.

Our goal is to produce rigorously edited, beautifully designed, and critically acclaimed books in specialized areas including:

  • New York State
  • Middle East Studies
  • Judaica
  • Irish Studies
  • Native American Studies
  • Television and Popular Culture
  • Peace and Conflict Resolution
  • Sports and Entertainment

Make Your Impact

Thanks in part to generous support from donors, SU Press is recognized internationally as a publisher of award-winning books of global importance. With your support, we extend the impact of Syracuse University’s commitment to knowledge and ideas.

Supporters enjoy invitations to Press events, special opportunities to learn more about academic publishing, and discounts on SU Press books.

Join the Director's Circle
Make a gift of $1,000 and your name will be listed as a Director's Circle member in the Director’s Choice or the Editor’s Choice book that year.

Support a New Book
Your gift of $2,500 will allow you to be recognized in the printed book and receive a special copy of the book.

Sponsor a Series
Sponsor an SU Press series for a year with a gift of $5,000 or more and be listed as a series sponsor in all series books for that year.

Include SU Press in Estate Plans
Consider a planned or estate gift that will allow you to explore naming opportunities in areas of your interest and partnerships with the SU Press in perpetuity.

To learn more about the many planned giving options available to you, visit or contact Assistant Dean for Advancement, Ron Thiele, at or 315-443-2537.

Give Now

Make a gift to the SU Press Gift Fund today.

Current Catalog

SU Press - Spring 2017

Making a Difference

"In countries where Syracuse University may not otherwise have a high profile, the publications of the Press represent the university and lend it considerable prestige."

—Samia Serageldin, Duke University, author of The Cairo House: A Novel

"The Press has led the way into important realms of scholarly publication."

—David Tatham, Syracuse University, author of Winslow Homer in the Adirondacks

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