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Reviews and Awards

Praise for Yale University Press:

  • The Atlantic Monthly: Ben Schwarz called YUP “the most important and exciting university-press publisher of humanities titles today.”
  • The Literary Review: Felipe Fernandez-Armesto offered the following praise: “Publication by Yale University Press has become a guarantee of literary merit as well as scholarly excellence.”
  • Publishers Weekly: In an advance look at the Fall 2006 season and publication of Caesar: Life of a Colossus, by Adrian Goldsworthy, editor Sarah F. Gold writes, “Yale brings a wealth of experience in publishing trade biography — they’ve had commercial and critical success with Edmund Morgan's Benjamin Franklin and George Marsden’s Jonathan Edwards — and booksellers agree the Press has another promising bio here.”
  • The Jewish Exponent: Robert Leiter writes, “I think Yale has consistently had the finest line-up of books — season after season — during the last two decades or more. Their titles have been consistent in quality and interest, ranging all over the intellectual map as far as subject matter is concerned.”