The University of Chicago Press has been publishing books and journals for scholars and students since 1892, primarily in the humanities, social sciences, and life sciences. A few of the notable series include Buddhism and Modernity, the Chicago Series in Law and Society, Fieldwork Encounters and Discoveries, the Heritage of Sociology Series, Interspecific Interactions, the Lewis Henry Morgan Lecture Series, the Morality and Society Series, National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Reports (among other series from NBER), and Religion and Postmodernism.
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