Imprint Academic publish the journals History of Political Thought and Collingwood and British Idealism Studies. Book series include Sortition and Public Policy, Michael Oakeshott: Selected Writings, St. Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs and Societas: Essays in Political and Cultural Criticism.
Princeton University Press publishes an impressive and growing number of authors in the field of political thought including Elizabeth Anderson, Seyla Benhabib, Duncan Bell, Richard Bourke, Malcolm Bull, Katrina Forrester, Gerald Gaus, Chandran Kukathas, and Richard Whatmore.
We bring influential voices and ideas to the world stage through our academic scholarship, advancing the frontiers of scholarly knowledge and promoting the human conversation
Manchester University Press (MUP) publishes over 200 peer-reviewed books each year across the humanities and social sciences. As Simon Ross, MUP Chief Executive, explains, this output must meet the needs not only of the academic community and broader readership, but also of society at large.
Publishers have the honour of sharing some of the world’s most life-changing ideas. They also bear responsibility to those whose ideas they share, and to those who receive them.
At MUP, our aims resonate strongly with University of Manchester’s mission of advancing education, knowledge and wisdom for the good of society. We seek to increase access to research and are committed to the promotion of evidence-based ideas and local engagement. We develop and disseminate scholarly works of the highest quality that will be recognised globally for their social, economic and cultural impact.
Palgrave Macmillan is a global academic publisher for scholarship, research and professional learning. We publish monographs, journals, reference works and professional titles, online and in print. With a focus on humanities and social sciences, Palgrave Macmillan offers authors and readers the very best in academic content whilst also supporting the community with innovative new formats and tools.
As a leading publisher in the field of Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies, Routledge offers a prestigious portfolio of journal titles including Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, Rethinking Marxism, Critique and Socialism and Democracy.
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Gazelle Academic distribute books on behalf of Hackett & Liberty Fund – two American publishers with extensive backlists in political theory and philosophy. Each publisher in their own way produces attractive, affordable editions of classical works which in turn are accompanied with detailed introductions and supporting notes, useful for both students and teaching professionals.
Rowman & Littlefield International is a new independent academic publisher focusing its publishing in the disciplines of: Philosophy, Politics & International Relations, Cultural Studies and Economics. We are particularly intrigued by the interdisciplinary nature of these subject areas. We are passionate about bringing incisive modern scholarship to a global readership, insisting on high quality at every point in the publishing process. We firmly believe in the value of publishing cutting-edge research for a scholarly audience. We launched the business in London in November 2012, in collaboration with the Washington DC-based Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group which publishes a wide range of books in the humanities and social sciences.
Polity is a leading international publisher in the social sciences and humanities. Our aim is to combine the publication of original, cutting-edge work of the highest quality with a systematic programme of textbooks and coursebooks for students and scholars in further and higher education. We are committed to the diffusion of ideas across language barriers and we have a major translation programme. Among the many authors we translate are Pierre Bourdieu, Jürgen Habermas, T.W. Adorno, Walter Benjamin, Norberto Bobbio, Gianni Vattimo, Jacques Derrida, Paul Ricoeur, Jean Baudrillard, Jean-Francois Lyotard, and Georges Duby.