Harvard University Press

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Harvard University Press (HUP) is a university publisher and part of Harvard University , based in Cambridge , Massachusetts , United States . He also has a branch in London .

The publishing house was founded on January 13, 1913. In 1933 he became the American publisher of the Loeb Classical Library , a series of editions by Greek and Latin authors, each with an English translation. The publisher has owned worldwide publishing rights since 1989. The series now comprises more than 500 volumes. In 2001 this was supplemented by the I Tatti Renaissance Library , in which central works from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance are published.

The publisher's authors include Eudora Welty , Walter Benjamin , Edward O. Wilson , John Rawls , Emily Dickinson , Stephen Jay Gould, and Carol Gilligan .

The publisher is a member of the Association of American University Presses and the Association of American Publishers . He is the owner of the Belknap imprint , which was founded in 1949.


  • Max Hall: Harvard University Press: A History. Harvard University Press, Cambridge 1986, ISBN 0-674-38080-0 .

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