Harvard University Press
Harvard University Press publishes books for a general readership as well as scholarly and professional audiences, from renowned experts and new voices who are redefining entire fields of inquiry. Recent and forthcoming offerings from our history list include The Will of the People, T.H. Breen’s look at the struggle of ordinary citizens during the American Revolution, Lindsay M. Chervinsky’s The Cabinet: George Washington and the Creation of an American Institution, and Alexander Keyssar’s examination of a pivotal mechanism of our presidential elections, Why Do We Still Have the Electoral College?
For a closer look at our titles, please view our U.S. history brochure.