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Yale University Press, founded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1908, first established a marketing base in London in 1961, before going on to publish its own list of titles, alongside the books produced by its US head office, in 1973. Yale now has a unique position as the only American university press with a full-scale publishing operation in Europe, with a staff of over 40, including those working in its subsidiary marketing company, Yale Representation Ltd, and for the renowned Pevsner Architectural Guides programme.

Latest books

Anti-Pluralism
Galston, William A. (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300228922 Hardback £25
Art and Violence in Early Renaissance Florence
Nethersole, Scott (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300233513 Hardback £60
Belonging on an Island
Lewis, Daniel (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300229646 Hardback £40
Class Matters
Fraser, Steve (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300221503 Hardback £20
Ecologies of Witnessing
Pollin-Galay, Hannah (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300226041 Hardback £45
For-Profit Democracy
Ashwood, Loka (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300215359 Hardback £35
Gardens and Gardening in Early Modern England and Wales
Francis, Jill (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300232080 Hardback £35
In Pursuit of Civility
Thomas, Keith (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300235777 Hardback £25
Indigenous Visions
Blackhawk, Ned (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300196511 Paperback £30
Invisible Countries
Keating, Joshua (2018) Yale University Press, 9780300221626 Hardback £20