NeMLA Virtual Exhibit
Temple University Press is proud to support the mission of the Northeast Modern Language Association. A leading publisher of innovative, interdisciplinary works across the Humanities and Social Sciences, Temple is committed to scholarship that speaks to the heart of contemporary and historic social issues. With lists that engage literatures across Asian American Studies, Black Studies, Cultural Studies, Disability Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Human Rights, Indigenous Studies, Latinx Studies, Postcolonial Studies, and more, Temple seeks projects that highlight and give agency to marginalized voices and works.
For more information on publishing your book, please join Temple University Press along with representatives from other university presses at the the NeMLA Publishing Today Workshop on March 10, 2021 at 3:00 PM ET.
If you are interested in learning more about Temple’s program, please feel free to contact Acquisitions Editor Shaun Vigil (email@example.com).
Here'a selection of our titles from our Literature and Drama, Disability Studies and Sexuality Studies/Sexual Identity lists. Take 30% off by using promo code TNEMLA21 at checkout. Offer expires September 1, 2021
Campaigns of Knowledge
From Slave Ship to Supermax
God Is Change
Illegal Immigrants/Model Minorities
Reading India Now
The Refugee Aesthetic
Shakespeare and Trump
The Subject(s) of Human Rights
The United States of India
Who Will Speak for America?