Yale University Press
Book, Newspaper and Magazine publishing
Originally founded in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1908, Yale University Press publishes serious non-fiction that furthers scholarly investigation, stimulates public debate and enhances cultural life. It is unique in being the only American university press with a full-scale publishing operation in Europe: Yale University Press London has offices in Bloomsbury and produces internationally renowned, distinguished art and general non-fiction books.
Our diverse and award-winning trade authors include Francis Spufford, Richard Holloway, Griselda Pollock, Stephen D. King, Geoffrey Parker, Yasmin Khan and Terry Eagleton. With a backlist of over 5,000 Art, Trade and Academic titles of international renown, the London office publishes around 120 new books each year within a total Yale University Press list of some 300 new hardcover and 150 new paperback books annually. Yale books have won numerous awards, including the National Book Award, the Warwick Prize for Writing, the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Wolfson History Prize and the Longman-History today award.
Yale books are marketed across the globe, directly to Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, China, Australia and New Zealand and, through our New Haven headquarters, to the Americas. Yale University Press continually extends its horizons to embody university publishing at its best.