Our imprints

Boydell & Brewer and the University of Rochester Press are always excited to hear about new book projects. Please read through our imprint descriptions below to see which might best suit your project. Series information and editor contact information will be available on each imprint page. Our Open Access Programme may also be of interest. We look forward to hearing from you!

Boydell & Brewer
Boydell Press and D. S. Brewer cover medieval studies, music, and early modern and modern history. Specialist areas include Arthurian studies; the history of religion; military history; and local history. These imprints have also forged links with learned societies and university centres, such as the Royal Historical Society, the Victoria County History and the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York.

Camden House
Since its founding in 1979, Camden House has become known as a world leader in publishing on German literary criticism, cultural studies, and film, as well as English/American literary and cultural studies.

James Currey
James Currey publishes books by many of the leading figures in African Studies as well as first time authors writing on African politics and current affairs, with titles covering the conflict in Sudan, Chinese involvement in Africa, land issues, the role of women in contemporary African society, and much more.

Tamesis Books
Tamesis Books provides a forum for the best current work relating to the culture, literature, film, history and social sciences of the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds. We welcome manuscripts written in English or Spanish.

University of Rochester Press
Partnered with Boydell & Brewer, the University of Rochester Press publishes specialized scholarly books in the humanities and social sciences, with specific foci in the history of western classical music, music theory, African and diaspora studies, East and Central European studies, early modern European history, and the history of medicine. New series in ethnomusicology and gender and race in American history round out our publishing program. The University of Rochester Press is recognized as a member of the Association of University Presses (AUPresses).

Open Access Programme
Boydell & Brewer is committed to best serving the academic community and scholarly communication. We are pleased to offer a competitive Open Access option. Proposals for both new monographs, edited collections and chapters are eligible for our Open Access programme.