Princeton University Press

 

In 2014, Princeton joined the Publisher Partner at De Gruyter to bring high-quality content to a global market. De Gruyter distributes over 7,000 titles including front list, backlist, and archive collections of Princeton University Press in key subject areas:

Mathematics, American History, World History, and Art & Architecture among many others. This partnership reinforces our communal mission of widespread scholarly discourse and distribution of critically acclaimed titles.

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About Princeton University Press


Founded in 1905, Princeton University Press has published vital scholarly works since its inception. The press embraces the highest standard in peer reviewed publications and strives to achieve excellence, diversity, and inclusivity in publishing. In keeping with the press’s commitment to serve the nation and the world, Princeton University Press publishes works for scholars, students, and engaged readers everywhere.

Princeton is home to several distinguished authors and Nobel Laureates including Michael Kremer and Richard H. Thaler. Princeton specializes in areas of Economics, Education, Engineering, Literature, Science, and Mathematics.