Harvard University Press eBooks
In 2012, Harvard University Press partnered together with De Gruyter to distribute their eBook frontlist and backlist titles. Based on this success, in 2013, Harvard then gave exclusive rights to De Gruyter to publish and distribute 2,800 formerly out-of-print titles spanning all of their storied history (1913-2006).
With approximately 140 new Harvard eBooks released per year, in addition to the large number of backlist and archive titles available through our online platform, De Gruyter has available the largest collection of Harvard University Press eBooks in the world! And, best of all, we offer many ways to purchase them, either as single titles, through one of our eBook packages, or as customized packages through our Pick & Choose model.
BENEFITS OF DE GRUYTER'S HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS COLLECTION:
- Non-restrictive DRM – unlimited access for all users
- No annual access fees
- All PDFs are full-text searchable, indexed, and provided with DOIs and MARC records.
- All backlist Harvard University Press titles available as eBooks or hardcover reprints
- Long-term archiving provided by Portico and CLOCKS
De Gruyter/Harvard eBook Frontlist and Backlist
Harvard ARCHIVE Subject Packages (1898-2006)
|US Harvard University Press 2011-2014 ebook titles||Complete Collection
Number of titles: 2764
|MARC Records 2014|
|International Harvard University Press 2011-2014 ebook titles||
Or purchase by subject area:
|MARC Records 2011-2012|
|Canada Harvard University Press 2011-2014 ebook titles||American History
Number of titles: 222
|US and Latin America MARC Records 2013|
|Latin America Harvard University Press 2011-2014 ebook titles||Art & Architecture
Number of titles: 233
|Canada MARC Records 2013|
|Law & Political Science
Number of titles: 215
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ABOUT HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS:
Founded in 1913, Harvard University Press is the publisher of such award-winning works as Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China by Ezra F. Vogel, Becoming Dickens: The Invention of a Novelist by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, and FDR and the Jews by Richard Breitman and Allan J. Lichtman.
The Press continues to be a leading publisher of convergent works in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences, while also taking bold steps in exciting new directions, from innovative new partnerships to an expanded commitment to facilitating scholarly conversation around the globe.