|elcome to Northeastern University Press,
a member press of the University Press of New England (UPNE).
Northeastern University Press brings Northeastern University’s
distinctive strengths in the humanities and the social sciences to the
world of scholarly and general book publishing through its explorations
of African-American and women’s literature, criminology, music, sports,
and Boston culture and history. The university has earned a reputation
as an environment where subject studies have a direct link to the real
world and the vibrant urban environment of Boston that Northeastern
calls home. Through its rich and diverse publishing program, theory and
practice merge, reflecting the core values and identity of the
university as a whole.
In addition to our wide variety of stand-alone titles, we publish a number of influential series, including the Northeastern Library of Black Literature, the Northeastern Series on Gender, Crime, and Law, and the Samuel French Morse Poetry Prize.
With Robert Lowell and His Circle
Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, Elizabeth Bishop,
Stanley Kunitz & Others
A memoir of a famous poetry circle
||A Murder in Wellesley
The Inside Story of an Ivy-League Doctor’s Double Life,
His Slain Wife, and the Trial That Gripped the Nation
Tom Farmer, Marty Foley
Inside one of New England’s most infamous murders
||Battered Women, Their Children,
and International Law
The Unintended Consequences of the Hague Child Abduction Convention
Taryn Lindhorst, Jeffrey L. Edleson
eye-opening appraisal of how current Hague Child Abduction Convention
agreements unintentionally harm abused women and their children
Jazz and European Sources, Dynamics, and Contexts
Luca Cerchiari, ed.; Laurent Cugny, ed.;
Franz Kerschbaumer, ed.
The critical role of Europe in the music, personalities, and analysis of jazz