The Best of 2015 in PUP books

The Princeton University Press “Best of 2015” list is a testament to those recent PUP titles that have resonated with a broad array of readers in prominent publications around the world. Congratulations to our authors. —Peter Dougherty

Browse the impressive selection of books that were honored in over 40 “Best of 2015” lists:

 

PUP Best of 2015 Part Two

We’re excited to see some of our favorite titles made it onto these Best of 2015 roundups!

The Independent Irish Writers’ Top Reads 2015
The Physicist and the Philosopher by Jimena Canales

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The Federalist Notable Books of 2015
1177 B.C. by Eric Cline

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The New York Post Favorite Books of 2015
Madness in Civilization by Andrew Scull

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Paste Magazine 30 Best Nonfiction Books of 2015
Madness in Civilization by Andrew Scull

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Times Higher Education Books of 2015
The Mushroom at the End of the World by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing
The Future of the Brain by Gary Marcus & Jeremy Freeman, eds.

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BusinessInsider.com Best Business Books of 2015
Phishing for Phools by George Akerlof & Robert Shiller

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Legal Theory Blog Legal Theory Bookworm Books of the Year 2015
Phishing for Phools by George Akerlof & Robert Shiller

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The Globalist Top Books of 2015
Climate Shock by Gernot Wagner & Martin L Weitzman

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Foreign Affairs Best Books of 2015
The Amazons by Adrienne Mayor

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The Washington Post Abu Aardvark’s 2015 Middle East Book Awards
Young Islam by Avi Spiegel

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The New York Times Best Poetry Books of 2015
Syllabus of Errors by Troy Jollimore

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Symmetry Magazine Physics Books of 2015
An Einstein Encyclopedia by Alice Calaprice, Daniel Kennefick, and Robert Schulmann
Relativity: The Special and General Theory, 100th Anniversary Edition by Albert Einstein

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Brainpickings The Best Science Books of 2015
The Physicist and the Philosopher by Jimena Canales

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Audubon 12 Best Bird Books of 2015
Better Birding by George L. Armistead and Brian L. Sullivan
Birds of South America: Passerines by Ber van Perlo

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Irish Times The Year in Books
Empire and Revolution by Richard Bourke
On Elizabeth Bishop by Colm Tóibín

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The Guardian Best Books of 2015
Empire and Revolution by Richard Bourke

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The Spectator Books of the Year
Empire and Revolution by Richard Bourke

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The Indian Express The stand-out books of the year 2015
Empire and Revolution by Richard Bourke

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PUP Best of 2015 Part One

We’re thrilled to see many of our titles on Best of the Year roundups in publications all over the world. Check them out below!

The Guardian Best Books of the Year Part One and Part Two

On Elizabeth Bishop by Colm Tóibín
The Planet Remade by Oliver Morton
Dictionary of Untranslatables by Barbara Cassin, ed.
The Work of the Dead by Thomas Laqueur

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Kirkus Reviews Best Nonfiction Books of 2015

Madness in Civilization by Andrew Scull
The Mushroom at the End of the World by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing

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Flavorwire 10 Best Books by Academic Publishers in 2015

The Work of the Dead by Thomas Laqueur
Forms by Caroline Levine
The Mushroom at the End of the World by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing

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NewStatesman Books of the Year

The Age of the Crisis of Man by Mark Greif
The Complete Works of W.H. Auden Volume 5

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The Independent Christmas 2015: Best Books in Science, Nature, and Economics

How to Clone a Mammoth by Beth Shapiro
The Planet Remade by Oliver Morton
Between Debt and the Devil by Adair Turner
Phishing for Phools by George A. Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller

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The London Free Press Great Flock of Birding Books 2015

Better Birding by George Armistead and Brian Sullivan

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Financial Times Best Books of 2015

Europe’s Orphan by Martin Sandbu
Climate Shock by Gernot Wagner and Martin L. Weitzman
The Globalization of Inequality by Francois Bourguignon
Between Debt and the Devil by Adair Turner
“They Can Live in the Desert but Nowhere Else” by Ronald Grigor Suny
The China Model by Daniel A. Bell

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Library Journal Best Books of 2015: Poetry

The Ruined Elegance by Fiona Sze-Lorrain

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Art World Top Ten Art Books to Read During Thanksgiving

The Notebooks by Jean-Michel Basquiat

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NewScientist.com A year in books: See CultureLab’s best reads from 2015

How to Clone a Mammoth by Beth Shapiro

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LinkedIn Best Business Books of 2015

Phishing for Phools by George A. Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller
The Planet Remade by Oliver Morton

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Bloomberg.com Best Books of 2015

Between Debt and the Devil by Adair Turner
Why Did Europe Conquer the World? by Philip T. Hoffman
The Shape of the New by Scott Montgomery and Daniel Chirot
The Limits of Partnership by Angela Stent
The Great Escape by Angus Deaton

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The New Yorker Twelve Books in Poetry

On Elizabeth Bishop by Colm Tóibín

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Cosmos Magazine Holiday Science Reading

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: 150th Anniversary Edition

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The New Yorker Books We Loved in 2015

Picture Titles by Ruth Yeazell

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Curbed.com Architecture in 2015: A Year in Review

Affordable Housing in New York by Nicholas Dagen Bloom and Matthew Gordon Lasner, eds.

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The Paris Review Staff Picks: Favorites from 2015

The Age of the Crisis of Man by Mark Greif

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The Australian Books of the Year 2015

Teaching Plato in Palestine by Carlos Fraenkel

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Claremont Review of Books CRB Christmas Reading List 2015

Empire and Revolution by Richard Bourke
Why Government Fails So Often by Peter Schuck
Philology by James C. Turner

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National Review Online “The Corner”: Some Great 2015 Books

Empire and Revolution by Richard Bourke

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