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.
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.
Bloomsbury Publishing is a leading independent publishing house, established in 1986, with authors who have won the Nobel, Pulitzer and Booker Prizes, and is the originating publisher and custodian of the Harry Potter series. Bloomsbury Academic & Professional specialises in the humanities and social sciences, performing and visual arts, and law, and publishes over 1,800 books each year.
Bristol University Press publishes world-class scholarship that advances theory, knowledge and learning, within and beyond academia. To achieve this, we are actively seeking quality academic and professional scholarship that questions the status quo, ignites debate and reframes ideas in a global context.
Columbia University Press (CUP) was founded in 1893 and is the fourth-oldest university press in the United States. Throughout its history, one of the strengths of the Press has been the diversity of the Press’s list. The Press has also distinguished itself with its strong list in social work, publishing texts that have been widely adopted in courses and are used by professionals in the field. Through its European Perspectives series and the publication of the Wellek Library Lectures, the Press has published a range of innovative and leading scholars. Other notable lecture series published by Columbia University Press include…
Edinburgh University Press was founded in the 1940s and became a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Edinburgh in 1992. Books and journals published by the Press carry the imprimatur of The University of Edinburgh. All proposed publishing projects are appraised and approved by the Press Committee, which consists of academics from the university. Since August 2004, the Press has had Charitable Status.