A Decade of New Presses

We celebrate these 10 university presses founded during the past decade (2011-2021):

2013

 

A little house on the prairie with big ambitions, University of Regina Press  has published eight national bestsellers since its launch.

2014

 

Amherst College Press produces  pathbreaking, peer-reviewed scholarship as digital, open-access work for readers everywhere.

2015

Army University Press advances the ideas and insights military professionals need to lead and succeed, and also offers timely and relevant information to leaders in government and academia through a suite of publication platforms and educational services.

 

The UK’s first fully open access university press, UCL Press makes all its books and journals available in open access form to download freely in PDF form or read online anywhere in the world.

2016

 

Bristol University Press and its imprint Policy Press are committed to publishing the highest-quality scholarship in the social sciences and aligned disciplines.

 

Concordia University Press supports Concordia University’s commitment to innovation and its desire to transform the individual and strengthen society.

 

GBHEM Publishing is intentionally Methodist and broadly Wesleyan in its theological scope. Our purpose is to engage, nurture, and advocate for the intellectual life of The United Methodist Church.

 

 

Lever Press is a scholarly press supported by more than 50 liberal arts institutions. It publishes peer-reviewed, born digital, open access monographs at no cost to our authors or their academic institutions.

2017

University of Cincinnati Press concentrates on long-form scholarly books, theory-to-practice works, journals, open-access projects, conference proceedings, and OER course books.

2018

Qatar University Press aims to publish books, journals, and scholarly monographs that advance knowledge and influence policy. It equally endeavors to support Qatar University’s vision towards research and education excellence in Qatar and beyond.