elcome to Dartmouth College Press, a member press of the University Press of New England (UPNE). Dartmouth College’s unique focus on personalized arts and science learning has made it a global leader in liberal education. This unique focus is reflected in the books that Dartmouth College Press publishes. DCP’s interdisciplinary approach to publishing touches on everything from the fine and visual arts, to cross-cultural criticisms of American Studies, to global health and medicine.

Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture, is a perfect representation of Dartmouth's ever-growing commitment to the study of visual culture. Similarly, Donald Pease, as founder and director of The Futures of American Studies Institute, has created the new series Remapping the Trans-National: A Dartmouth Series in American Studies, which serves as a forum for Dartmouth's leadership in charting the future course of American Studies throughout the world.

Other important series include Reencounters with Colonialism and The Collected Writings of Rousseau.


A More Conservative Place
Intellectual Culture in the Bush Era
Paul A. Bové

An intervention toward understanding the recent dark political and intellectual days

Time and the Digital
Connecting Technology, Aesthetics, and
a Process Philosophy of Time

Timothy Scott Barker

An original consideration of the temporal in digital art and aesthetics
No Innocent Bystanders
Performance Art and Audience
Frazer Ward

The changing role of the spectator in contemporary performance art
Forever New
The Speeches of James Wright,
President of Dartmouth College, 1998–2009

James Wright; Sheila Culbert, ed.

The collected speeches of Dartmouth’s sixteenth president

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