Hurst is an independently owned non-fiction publisher based in central London, in the heart of Bloomsbury. Founded in 1969, Hurst now publishes seventy books per annum, building on our strengths in African Studies, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, South Asian Studies, War and Conflict Studies, History and Development.

New Releases
Distance, War, and the Limits of Power
The High Price of Cheap Garments, from Blackburn to Bangladesh
When Muslims Leave Islam
China, the United States and the Logic of Great Power Conflict
Angola since the Civil War
Britain's Suburban Terrorists
Dangerous Freethinkers
Men in Islam
Muslim Archipelago
New Book Alerts
We're hiring

Hurst is seeking an experienced publicist.

The Blog
21.01.15 | Brian McQuinn

Brian McQuinn debunks three common myths that surround the aftermath of the Libyan Revolution.

13.01.15 | Madurika Rasaratnam

A change of government in Sri Lanka has raised hopes of steps towards a meaningful resolution for the country’s Tamils. Madurika Rasaratnam argues that international pressure might hold the key.

12.01.15 | Jim Wolfreys

The persistent targeting of Muslims is preventing the effective management of diversity in French society.