Our imprints

Discover our in-house imprints and university collaborations, publishing the best scholarship from across the humanities and social sciences.

Boydell Press was founded in 1969 by historian and Arthurian Richard Barber. The press publishes across the spectrum of humanities disciplines.

D.S. Brewer, established by Derek Brewer, a renowned Chaucer expert, is the home of scholarship on medieval literature from all parts of Europe.

James Currey is the leading African studies publishing programme, founded by an early champion of African literature.

Camden House publishes on all aspects of German history and culture, including literature, film studies and more.

Tamesis Books specialises in studies of the culture, literature, film, history and social sciences of the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds

University of Rochester Press focuses on the university’s key disciplines of musicology, African studies and the history of medicine.

Our partnership with Indian academic publishing house Manohar Publishers and Distributors

Durham University IMEMS Press is our collaboration with the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

York Medieval Press is our partnership with the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York.

Publishing partnerships

We are proud to provide scholarly publishing services to many learned societies and institutions.