This April we're offering up to 30% off many Jewish Studies titles. This includes a number of notable releases: The History of the 'Slave of Christ' by Aaron Michael Butts and Simcha Gross, Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians by Geoffrey Herman, and Jewish and Roman Law, Volume 1 and Volume 2 by Boaz Cohen with an Introduction by Natalie B. Dohrmann.
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Gorgias Press LLC has long been committed to ensuring that its staff and day-to-day running as an independent academic publisher are representative of the world’s rich, vibrant and diverse array of academics and independent researchers. With this ethos in mind, its management team has sought to fulfil Gorgias Press’ motto publishing for the sake of knowledge by drawing upon the tremendous specialist knowledge found across academia, regardless of gender, ethnic origin, age, nationality, or religious belief.
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Want to check out the newest titles Gorgias Press has to offer? Take a look at our 2019 Spring Catalog.