About Harvard University Press
Founded in 1913, Harvard University Press is the award-winning publisher of celebrated works like Gilbert Murray’s The Classical Tradition in Poetry, Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China by Ezra F. Vogel and Becoming Dickens:
The Invention of a Novelist by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst. The press is the premier publisher of distinguished titles in areas of Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts & Architecture amongst its many convergent focused studies.
De Gruyter and Harvard University Press
In 2012, Harvard University Press and De Gruyter joined hands in partnership to reinforce our communal mission of widespread scholarly discourse and distribution of critically acclaimed titles. Since then, De Gruyter has successfully made over 4,000 titles available globally and digitized over 2,000 (previously unavailable) archive titles that are exclusively distributed through De Gruyter.