University of Pennsylvania Press
We have been collaborating with the University of Pennsylvania Press since 2014 to bring its high-quality ebooks to an even broader audience. The digital portfolio includes the press’s entire frontlist and a generous selection of backlist titles.
About the University of Pennsylvania Press
Founded in 1890, the University of Pennsylvania Press is one of the oldest university presses in America. It is particularly well known for its publications in American and European history, literary studies, and on international human rights issues.
The press has also established itself as a market leader in landscape architecture and Jewish studies. From the outset, outstanding ethnological works have held a key place in its output, particularly those addressing global ethno-political conflicts. Today, the press is increasingly publishing works in contemporary areas such as urban studies and public affairs.
Thanks to its close cooperation with the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Penn Press is also able to offer its readers regular works on archaeological finds from across the world.