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In 2016, University of Toronto Press (UTP) and De Gruyter started their partnership for worldwide sales of electronic publications – encompassing selected new UTP releases and a comprehensive backlist of more than 1,000 eBooks. 

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~ 30 titles

Available as

  • Individual eBooks
  • Pick & Choose
  • Included in De Gruyter Frontlist and Subject Area Packages


89 titles

Available as

  • Individual eBooks
  • Pick & Choose
  • eBook package

Backlist (2000-2013)

~ 1,125 titles

Available as

  • Individual eBooks
  • Pick & Choose
  • eBook package

Archive (1962-1999)

972 titles

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All eBooks from University of Toronto Press are also available via our Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA) program.


Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press (UTP) is Canada's leading scholarly publisher and one of the largest university presses in North America – approximately 200 new scholarly, course, reference, and general-interest books each year and a backlist of over 5,000 titles.

UTP publishes scholarly research in the humanities and social sciences, and in business and economics. Within Canada, UTP is widely recognized for its strength in history, political science, sociology, Indigenous studies, and cultural studies.

Internationally, UTP is a leading publisher of Medieval studies, Renaissance studies, Italian studies, Slavic studies, Literary studies, and of book and print culture. UTP books have won many prestigious awards and are widely reviewed in both popular book review media and scholarly journals.

Subject areas / topics: Anthropology Business, Film & Performance Studies, Health & Medicine, History, Indigenous Studies, Italian Studies, Law & Society, Literary Studies, Medieval Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Religious Studies, Renaissance Studies, Slavic Studies, Sociology

Renowned authors: Erasmus, John Stuart Mill, Northrop Frye, Benjamin Disraeli, John Porter

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