Established in 1905, Princeton University Press (PUP) is an independent publisher with close connections, both formal and informal, to Princeton University. As such it has overlapping responsibilities to the University, the academic community, and the reading public. Our fundamental mission is to disseminate scholarship (through print and digital media) both within academia and to society at large. PUP publish the innovative works of the greatest minds in academia, from the most respected senior scholar to the extraordinarily promising graduate student, in each of the disciplines in which we publish. The Press consciously acquires a collection of titles–a coherent “list” of…
Reaktion Books is an independent book publisher founded in 1985 in Edinburgh, Scotland, moved to London in 1987, and has been located in Clerkenwell, UK since 1999. Reaktion’s founding aim was to publish high-quality books on art, architecture and design. Over subsequent years Reaktion’s list has broadened substantially, and now encompasses animal studies, Asian art and culture, biography, cultural studies, current events, fashion, film, food history, geography, general history, philosophy, photography, politics, sports history and writing about place, with around 45 new titles published each year. Series are also significant part of Reaktion’s publishing programme. The Animal series are short…
Established since 1984, ANMOL has positioned itself as a credible name among readers all over the world. It is among the largest book publishers in India with more than 6,000 titles including multi-volume works and encyclopedias in a variety of subjects and disciplines. ANMOL publishes dictionaries, reference books and help books both at the undergraduate as well as the post-graduate level.
Founded in 1994, Berghahn Books is an independent scholarly press publishing books and journals for libraries, researchers, practitioners, and students in the social sciences and humanities. The Berghahn publishing programs are widely recognized for the quality both of their lists and of the production of their books and journals. The press has a strong transatlantic position and close links to continental Europe.
Founded on October 6, 1876, American Library Association (ALA) publishes books, periodicals, newsletters for library and information professionals. ALA also provides continuing education in a variety of venues and formats; offer awards and scholarships; sponsor institutes and conferences; and maintains networks of affiliates, chapters, and other collaborative relationships.
University of California Press (UC Press), one of the most distinguished university presses in the United States, enriches lives around the world by advancing scholarship in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Its activities are supported by the UC Press Foundation and by philanthropic contributions from individuals and institutions.
Founded in 1949, Rowman & Littlefield is an independent press committed to an editorial mission increasingly sacrificed in a publishing era marked by corporate takeovers and university budget constraints. With the freedom to determine their own financial goals, Rowman & Littlefield devote their resources to cultivating superb scholarship and innovative teaching in the academic disciplines they serve. Rowman & Littlefield’s renowned publishing tradition demonstrates that the caliber of authors, bookmaking, distribution, and creative interaction with scholars brings success.
Founded in 1986, National Book Network (NBN) is a dynamic, service-oriented sales, marketing, and distribution company servicing North American and overseas publishers of commercial fiction and nonfiction books and audio titles. National Book Network is a subsidiary of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., one of North America’s largest academic publishers.
In support of its dual mission to end extreme poverty within a generation and boost shared prosperity, the World Bank Group conducts and publishes a large selection of research and knowledge products on a broad range of social and economic development issues with a focus on emerging economies. World Bank eLibrary is the World Bank’s official subscription-based publishing platform originally launched in 2003 and completely re-designed in 2013. Designed to meet the unique needs of researchers and librarians, it is focused on adding value to World Bank content through its enhanced functionality, ease of use, and many time-saving tools. eLibrary…
Ingram Publisher Services UK is the new name for the company previously known as NBN International. NBN International is a full service book distributor with almost 30 years of experience meeting publishers’ needs. Many NBN International clients have relied on the staff in Plymouth to handle their distribution functions for more than 20 years. Longstanding client relationships based on mutual trust and respect are common place at NBN International.