University of Delaware Press Publisher Description
The University of Delaware Press, established in 1922, publishes books in all fields of scholarship. Presently, its major strengths are in literary studies, especially Shakespeare, Renaissance and Early Modern literature, Eighteenth-Century Studies, French literature, art history and history, and cultural studies of Delaware and the Eastern Shore. The University of Delaware Press is now in partnership with Rutgers University Press.
Books in JSTOR from University of Delaware Press
15 Books in JSTOR Copyright Date
Carrying All before Her: Celebrity Pregnancy and the London Stage, 1689-1800 2022
The Circuit of Apollo: Eighteenth-Century Women’s Tributes to Women 2019
Comparative Essays on the Poetry and Prose of John Donne and George Herbert: Combined Lights 2021
Delaware Naturalist Handbook 2020
England's Asian Renaissance 2022
English Theatrical Anecdotes, 1660-1800 2022
Epic Landscapes: Benjamin Henry Latrobe and the Art of Watercolor 2019
Frankenstein and STEAM: Essays for Charles E. Robinson 2022
Grant Wood’s Secrets 2020
Making Ideas Visible in the Eighteenth Century 2021
Making Stars: Biography and Celebrity in Eighteenth-Century Britain 2022
Money and Materiality in the Golden Age of Graphic Satire 2022
Realism and Role-Play: The Human Figure in French Art from Callot to the Brothers Le Nain 2020
Storytelling in Sixteenth-Century France: Negotiating Shifting Forms 2022
The World of Elizabeth Inchbald: Essays on Literature, Culture, and Theatre in the Long Eighteenth Century 2022