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Stanford University Press






De Gruyter and Stanford University Press have collaborated in a unique partnership to bring to forefront high-level, scholarly literature in over 10 key subject areas including History, Social Science, Economics & Finances, and Literary Studies among many others. This partnership aims to distribute Stanford University Press's front list, back list, and archive collection. De Gruyter has exclusive distribution rights for the archive titles of Stanford University Press which are being digitized to pristine condition (ongoing). De Gruyter is proud to disseminate research while partnering with Stanford University Press in supporting scholars to reach the right audience for their research.


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Founded in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1891, Stanford University Press started as a publisher for newspapers, books, and articles for faculty members, until 1895 when the first book to bear the imprint “Stanford University Press” was published – The Story of the Innumerable Company by President Jordan. Over the next couple of decades, the press began to expand in its vision and publications, widely achieving a reputation for publishing works of outstanding scholarship in humanities and social sciences. Stanford University Press later expanded its field of studies to include business, economics, sociology, law, security studies, and Middle East studies. Standing over a century tall, Stanford University Press prides itself in being a digital pioneer, and an academic publisher of creative and sophisticated scholarship.