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CUP LogoSince 2016, Cornell University Press – America’s oldest university press – and De Gruyter have been partnering to bring Cornell University Press’ books to an international market.

Their range encompasses selected new releases and a backlist of more than 600 eBooks, covering a variety of subject areas and topics.

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PRODUCTS OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS

eBOOKS
2017

~ 30 titles

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  • Integrated in De Gruyter Frontlist and Subject Area Packages
2014-2016

214 titles

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  • eBook package
BACKLIST (2000-2013)

1,168 titles

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  • eBook package
ARCHIVE (1896-1999)

~ 1,400 titles

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ABOUT CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS:

Cornell University Press was established in 1869, giving it the distinction of being the first university press to be established in the United States. From that beginning, the Press has grown to be a major scholarly publisher, offering over 100 new titles a year in the humanities and social sciences. Our many books in the life sciences and natural history, including field guides, are published under the Comstock Publishing Associates imprint, and a distinguished list of books in labor and employment relations, the health care professions, and human resources is offered under our ILR Press imprint.

Cornell University Press publishes nonfiction, with particular strengths in anthropology, Asian studies, biological sciences, classics, history, industrial relations and workplace issues, literary criticism and theory, medieval studies, natural history, New York City and State, politics and international relations, and sociology.

Renowned authors: Richard Fortey, Francis Fukuyama, Barbara Kingsolver, Harold Bloom, Howard Zinn, Linus Pauling, Donald Kagan

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