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Seeking to present a comprehensive work that discusses pivotal topics of human concern, the editors at Charles Scribner’s Sons and a multidisciplinary editorial board of nineteen professors and two librarians designed the New Dictionary of the History of Ideas (NDHI ) with an emphasis on the diverse perspectives of thinkers around the globe. This six-volume set, which contains all new and original entries, addresses topics in the fields of history, anthropology, and women’s studies; philosophy and religion; politics, law and economics; area studies and ethnic studies; literature, performance, music, and the visual arts; communication studies and cultural studies; and science, engineering and medicine. The first Dictionary of the History of Ideas was published by Scribner’s in 1973–1974 and swiftly became a landmark of scholarship on European thought primarily. The NDHI extends this legacy into the twenty-first century with entirely new content on Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America, and the Middle East. With many more articles than the original edition, hundreds of illustrations, as well as profusely illustrated visual entries, the NDHI provides an expansive cross-cultural and global outlook on the history of ideas.