University of Rochester Press

Founded in 1989 as a unique collaboration between the University of Rochester and independent academic publisher Boydell & Brewer, Ltd., the University of Rochester Press publishes books of high intellectual merit that reflect selected strengths of the university and contribute to scholarly dialogue in specific subject areas. The press sees as its mission the dissemination of scholarship to the academic community and to thoughtful general readers, particularly in the fields of musicology and music theory, African studies, European history, and the history of medicine.

All manuscripts chosen for consideration by the press are rigorously peer-reviewed and brought before its editorial board for approval. We acquire and select projects—specialized monographs and contributed volumes—that fortify our established series, and that add meaningfully to the store of knowledge in these and related disciplines.

A comprehensive list of forthcoming and published books from University of Rochester Press may be found here.

UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER PRESS SERIES

New Releases


Autobiographical Recollections of Charles-Marie Widor

by John R Near

Edited and translated by John R Near

Foreword by Rollin Smith

Clément Janequin

by Rolf Norsen

Black Woman on Board

by Donna J. Nicol

The Global Ethiopian Diaspora

Edited by Shimelis Bonsa Gulema, Hewan Girma and Mulugeta F. Dinbabo

Bands in American Musical History

Edited by Bryan Proksch and George Foreman

Bernstein and Robbins

by Sophie Redfern

Explorations in Music and Esotericism

Edited by Leonard George and Marjorie Roth