About Yale University Press
Founded in 1908, Yale University Press has published vital scholarly works for the last 112 years, starting with The Beginnings of Gospel Story by Benjamin W. Bacon. The 1980s saw an expansion of the Press’ publications, as the Press added more commercial titles and
textbooks in the fields of Language, Law, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, and Economics to the lists in order to reach a wider audience. Today, Yale University Press has a library of more than 8,000 published books and continues to grow.
De Gruyter and Yale University Press
Since the beginning of 2017, De Gruyter has been distributing the front list, backlist, and archive collections of Yale University Press to a global audience. This partnership reinforces our communal mission of widespread scholarly discourse and distribution of critically acclaimed titles. De Gruyter distributes a large collection of over 2,000 Yale University Press’s academic titles in convergent studies such as Art and Architecture, Literary Studies, History, Economics and Business among its many subject areas.