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Edinburgh University Press and Boydell & Brewer set to join University Publishing Online
Launched in October 2011 by Cambridge University Press, University Publishing Online provides access to thousands of titles from scholarly presses around the world, accessible through quick, powerful search and browse functionality. With the addition of Edinburgh University Press and Boydell & Brewer, University Publishing Online will offer access to around 16,000 titles from nine global presses.
One of the largest university presses in the UK, Edinburgh University Press will launch with around 185 titles. Edinburgh publishes around 130 books a year in the humanities and social sciences, with particular focus on classics and ancient history, Islamic and Middle Eastern studies, language and linguistics, law, philosophy and politics.
The Boydell & Brewer Group publish across the humanities and is scheduled to go live with over around 290 titles. With specialist lists in African, Hispanic and German studies, it has an established partnership with the University of Rochester Press.
Richard Fisher, Managing Director, Academic and Professional Publishing, Cambridge University Press: "The addition of two such esteemed presses as Edinburgh University Press and Boydell & Brewer really highlights the commitment of Cambridge and University Publishing Online to providing users with scholarly content of the highest quality."
To view UPO, go to www.universitypublishingonline.org.
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
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