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  • Recent Award Winners

      “No One Helped”: Kitty Genovese, New York City, and the Myth of Urban Apathy by Marcia M. Gallo is winner of the Judy Grahn Award for Lesbian Non-fiction (Publishing Triangle) and is also a Lambda Literary Award Finalist (LGBT... more >>

  • University Presses Confront Piracy

    Dean J. Smith, Director of Cornell University Press, is among the scholarly publishing leaders quoted in the April 12, 2016 article “Online Piracy of Academic Materials Extends to Scholarly Books” in the Chronicle of Higher Education. On... more >>

  • Cornell University Press Welcomes Emily Andrew

    Cornell University Press is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Andrew as senior acquisitions editor. Emily Andrew comes to Cornell University Press with two decades of experience in scholarly publishing, most recently at the University of... more >>

  • What Are Anonymous Shell Companies?

    An excerpt from Professor J. C. Sharman‘s book The Money Laundry (2011) “In the rhetoric of the struggle against money laundering, as well as the plot lines of dozens of movie thrillers, banking secrecy or anonymous bank accounts is often... more >>

  • The Kitty Genovese case revisited

    Statement from Marcia Gallo on April 5, 2016 – “The death of Kitty Genovese killer Winston Moseley this past weekend provides another opportunity to rethink the many myths of thestory. Winston Moseley’s recent death means that the story of... more >>

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