Rutgers University Press is the nonprofit academic publishing house of Rutgers University. Founded in 1936, the Press originally specialized in Civil War and European history. Today, nearly 85 years later, the publishing house has expanded to include a diversity of books on sociology, anthropology, health policy, history of medicine, human rights studies, urban studies, criminology, Jewish studies, American studies, film and media studies, environmental studies, and New Jersey and the mid-Atlantic region.
Rutgers University Press began sending us books in 1996. Since then, we have received 25 titles, but the majority have come since 2016 when the Press’s scope grew to include more books on health and medicine, health policy, public health, and history of medicine and nursing. Of those titles, we have published 14 reviews.