About FDU Press:
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press
Established in 1967, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press has published over 1,500 books in the humanities and social sciences, with special strengths in history and literature. Using a rigorous system of peer review by scholars from around the world, the FDU Press Editorial Committee, composed of university faculty, selects manuscripts for publication on the basis of their value to scholarship. An Advisory Board of scholars from outside the university helps expand the scope of the press.
Listing many award-winning books among its publications, the press conducts books series in several areas, including Italian Studies, Communication Studies, Willa Cather Studies, Literature and Law, and The History of Ideas. American History and Culture are areas of special interest. For details, click “Series” at Home Page.
Authors are welcome to contact us about our books or to query us about their own scholarly projects, whether single-author or edited volumes. Queries, with sample materials, may be sent to Harry Keyishian, Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or to:
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (M-GH2-01)
For further information on the submission process, click "Submission Guidelines" on this website.
285 Madison Avenue
Madison NJ 07940
FDU Press shares offices with The Literary Review, an international journal of contemporary writing that recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. For more on The
Literary Review, see www.theliteraryreview.org.
The Rowman & Littlefield Partnership
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press is a co-publishing partner of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group of Lanham, Maryland, which has for thirty-five years provided publishing services to think tanks, non-profit organizations, and university presses. Through its Fusion Program, RLPG is able to publish eBooks in every available digital format,including EPUB, iPad, Kindle, and Digital Short Run. Under its arrangement with RLPG, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press retains editorial autonomy and responsibility for developing and selecting manuscripts for publication. RLPG provides copyediting, typesetting, design, printing, sales, marketing, order fulfillment, and royalty services to authors.
RLPG has established similar relationships with the presses at Bucknell, Delaware, and Lehigh Universities, which also retain editorial autonomy. Previously the four presses were affiliated with Associated University Presses of Cranbury, NJ.
Under a special arrangement with Associated University Presses, the annual journals Shakespeare Studies and Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England continue to carry the Fairleigh Dickinson Press imprint.
Authors wishing to submit articles to Shakespeare Studies may write to:
Department of English
Flushing New York 11367
Authors wishing to submit essays to Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England may write to:
Prof. S. P. Cerasano
Department of English
Hamilton NY 13346
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About Fairleigh Dickinson University
The largest private university in New Jersey, FDU is an independent, nonsectarian, coeducational, multi-campus institution. The University offers over 100 undergraduate programs, including doctoral programs in nursing practice, clinical psychology school psychology, and pharmacy; and an AACSB-accredited business school. It has campuses in Florham/Madison and Teaneck/Hackensack, NJ, as well as Vanouver, BC, and Wroxton, England. For more about Fairleigh Dickinson University, see www.fdu.edu.
Fairleigh Dickinson University also publishes The Literary Review: An International Journal of Contemporary Literature, which was founded in 1957 and is now under the editorship of Minna Proctor. FDUP and TLR share editorial offices at the university's College at Florham campus in Madison, NJ.
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