University of London Press

Our mission at the University of London Press (UoL Press) is to ‘open up humanities research’, built on a long publishing history and a commitment to supporting researchers. We are an award-winning, non-profit, predominantly open access university press, and an expert and creative publishing partner for the authors and organisations we work with. UoL Press is a participant in a variety of collaborative publishing initiatives, including as a founder member of the Open Institutional Publishing Association (OIPA) and a member of Even UP, a collective of UK and Irish university presses working together on EDI challenges. We are an integral part of the School of Advanced Study at the University of London, which gives us a unique role in supporting the School in promoting and facilitating humanities research both within the UK and internationally.

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University of London Press

Our mission at the University of London Press (UoL Press) is to ‘open up humanities research’, built on a long publishing history and a commitment to supporting researchers. We are an award-winning, non-profit, predominantly open access university press, and an expert and creative publishing partner for the authors and organisations we work with. UoL Press is a participant in a variety of collaborative publishing initiatives, including as a founder member of the Open Institutional Publishing Association (OIPA) and a member of Even UP, a collective of UK and Irish university presses working together on EDI challenges. We are an integral part of the School of Advanced Study at the University of London, which gives us a unique role in supporting the School in promoting and facilitating humanities research both within the UK and internationally.

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Highlights

Publications

Over 750 books published over our long history, primarily monographs and edited collections but also new titles which offer innovative open access publishing models for enhanced ebooks

No. books per year

We typically publish between 20 and 25 new books each year

Costs per book

 This varies according to book type and length, but on average £6,000 per book

Core subjects

Humanities subjects, with strengths in History, Literature, Classical Studies, Law, Languages and Cultures and titles advocating for the value of the humanities