Browse and read Syracuse University Press e-books here through EBSCO
This digital collection includes a selection of recent Syracuse University Press titles, which are accessible from on-campus locations.
Off-campus access is possible only for SU faculty, staff and currently enrolled students using the Virtual Private Network (VPN)
For the complete list of SU Press publications in print, visit SyracuseUniversityPress.syr.edu
. For more information about this project, contact Suzanne Preate
Syracuse University Press maintains its tradition of serving scholars and scholarship, promoting the understanding of history, literature, science, societal problems, conservation, art, and culture, and publishing books that make a difference. Through the publication of significant and groundbreaking books across a variety of disciplines the Press reflects the values of Syracuse University and supports its creative vision of discovery and learning. The digital collection project is a collaboration between the Press and the Library that allows the faculty to make more ready use of SU Press titles, especially within their curricula. The project also seeks to raise general campus awareness of the work of the Press and its electronic book initiatives.
A Band of Noble Women: Racial Politics in the Women's Peace Movement
Examines the history of race in U.S. women's movements and illuminates the role of the women's peace movement in setting the foundation for the civil rights movement.
Words, Not Swords: Iranian Women Writers and the Freedom of Movement
Explores the legacy of sex segregation and its manifestations in Iranian literature and film and in notions of beauty and the erotics of passivity.
The Urban Colonists: Italian American Identity and Politics in Utica
A richly detailed history of Italian Americans in Utica, New York.
The Encyclopedia of New York State
The most complete study of the Empire State to be published in a half-century.
The Life and Thought of Louis Lowy: Social Work through the Holocaust
A rich portrait of Louis Lowy's legacy - uncovers a story of Jewish history and the meaning of the Holocaust in the development of the social work profession.