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Information for Librarians

Anthem Press offers a wide range of research and reference resources for university and institutional libraries. Our academic books are ideally suited to undergraduate and graduate students, and lecturers across research departments.

Our website is designed to give the most extensive information possible on our titles. Each title we publish has its own distinct webpage containing descriptions and contents, and in many cases review excerpts, a downloadable PDF of the Information Sheet, and the option to view Sample Pages. If you need more information on a particular title, please contact info@anthempress.com.

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Anthem Press publications are available from all major library suppliers and booksellers worldwide. Please see our Distributors and International Sales Representation information page for more details. For further title information, please email orders@anthempress.com.

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If you would like to keep up-to-date with the latest scholarly publishing in your subject area, many of our series are now available on a Standing Order basis. For further information, email us at info@anthempress.com.

Editorial and Production Standards

At Anthem Press, we take great pride in our production values. Every title published is peer-reviewed, every collection published is laden with new scholarship from academics worldwide, and every monograph is a result of new research.

Anthem E-books

It is our standard practice to make all our academic, professional and educational titles available as e-books. Our e-books are available through several of the leading e-content aggregators and e-book libraries. For more information, visit our e-books page.

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