- Amsterdam University Press
- Columbia University Press
- Cornell University Press
- Gorgias Press
- Gütersloher Verlagshaus
- Harvard University Press
- Iberoamericana Vervuert
- The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) Publishing
- Multilingual Matters
- Princeton University Press
- RWS Verlag
- transcript Verlag
- University of Chicago Press
- University of Hawai‘i Press
- University of Pennsylvania Press
- University of Toronto Press
- Verlag Dr. Otto Schmidt
- Vincentz Network
- Yale University Press
University of Hawai‘i Press
In early 2017, The University of Hawai‘i Press and De Gruyter have formed a partnership for the worldwide sales of UHP’s electronic academic publications. This includes a wide selection of frontlist and backlist titles.
De Gruyter will also digitize UHP’s out-of-print archive, comprising approximately 1,400 titles over the next two years. The partnership will expand UHP’s international reach and strengthens De Gruyter’s portfolio with a range of outstanding academic publications, especially in Asian Studies.
Together with UHP’s and Asian Studies titles from De Gruyter as well as other publisher partners such as Yale University Press and Columbia University Press, De Gruyter will be able to offer a comprehensive collection of close to 3,000 titles.
PRODUCTS OF UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I PRESS
~ 40 titles
100 titles already available
The University of Hawai‘i Press editorial program focuses on books in the humanities, social sciences, and life and earth sciences in areas that include history, religion, anthropology, literature, art and architecture, the environment, and language arts.
The Press has an especially distinguished list in Asian studies and is recognized as a leader in the fields of Buddhist studies and Southeast Asian studies.
They are the preeminent publisher of scholarly works on Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.
In addition to these core strengths Hawaii University Press is seeking to expand its acquisitions in the areas of environmental studies, indigenous studies, popular culture, and language learning texts.