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
War, Captivity and Return in Sri Lanka
Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide
The Race for the Ore that Built the Atomic Bomb
A History of Nigerian Organised Crime
The History of An Idea
Frontline Club, London
Waterstones Hampstead, London
New Book Alerts
The Blog
Forex data
14.06.16 | Ariel Colonomos

An interview with Ariel Colonomos on the political economy of predicting the future.

ALW cropped image web
31.05.16 | Sunila Galappatti Ajith Boyagoda

Commodore Ajith Boyagoda of the Sri Lankan Navy became the Tamil Tigers’ highest-ranking captive, held for eight years at the height of the civil war.

18 May 1944
18.05.16 | Brian Glyn Williams

18 May is the anniversary of the 1944 mass deportations of Crimean Tatars. Brian Glyn Williams, in ‘The Crimean Tatars’ explains their history and plight.