Books published by Yale University Press


An Unconventional Family

Yale University Press | August 1, 2001 | 240 pages
In 1965, when psychologists Sandra and Daryl Bem met and married, they were determined to function as truly egalitarian partners and to raise their children in accordance with gender-liberated, anti-homophobic, and sex-positive feminist ideals. This book by Sandra Bem, an autobiographical account... More Info

The Struggle for Iraq's Future

Yale University Press | February 18, 2014 | 295 pages
An unbarred account of life in post-occupation Iraq and an assessment of the nation's prospects for the future  More Info

Imagining Black America

Yale University Press | February 25, 2014 | 313 pages
DIVA fascinating and challenging inquiry into black identity and its shifting meaning throughout U.S. history/div  More Info

Intelligence in the Flesh

Yale University Press | August 14, 2015 | 344 pages
An enthralling exploration that upends the prevailing view of consciousness and demonstrates how intelligence is literally embedded in the palms of our hands.  More Info

Revolutions Without Borders

Yale University Press | January 5, 2015 | 392 pages
A sweeping exploration of revolutionary ideas that traveled the Atlantic in the late eighteenth century  More Info

Natural Capital

Yale University Press | January 5, 2015 | 296 pages
Hard-hitting recommendations for what must be done to manage global natural capital and reverse environmental destruction  More Info