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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

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