Cornell University Press and Leuven University Press join NBNi
We are delighted to announce that NBN International, RLI’s sister company, is now taking care of sales and marketing in the UK and selected European territories for Cornell University Press and Leuven University Press. NBN International has been responsible for sales and marketing for Penn State University Press and University Press of Colorado for several years, and is delighted that Cornell University Press and Leuven University Press have also decided to join the programme. Cornell University Press and Leuven University Press titles will be sold alongside those of Rowman & Littlefield International and Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.
Cornell University Press was the first American university press to be established, in 1869, and has a long tradition of disseminating fundamental and practical knowledge. Cornell University Press publishes non-fiction, with particular strengths in anthropology, Asian studies, classics, geography, higher education, history (U.S., European, Asian, and military), literary and cultural studies, medieval studies, New York City and State, politics and international relations, Slavic studies, sociology, and urban studies. Recent award-winning titles include Tyranny of the Weak: North Korea and the World, 1950-1992 by Charles K. Armstrong which won the 2014 John K. Fairbank Prize in East Asian History and Compassionate Communalism: Welfare and Sectarianism in Lebanon by Melani Cammett, winner of the 2015 Giovanni Santori Book Award. Visit their website at www.cornellpress.cornell.edu. Sales and marketing territories we are covering on Cornell’s behalf: United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Monaco, France, Netherlands, Corsica, Sweden, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Turkey and Greece.
Leuven University Press, established in 1971 under the auspices of KU Leuven, is an ambitious academic press of international standing. Today the press publishes high-quality academic titles in a broad range of fields including music, art & theory, media & visual culture, text & literature, history & archaeology, philosophy & religion, society & migration, law & economics. About half of their 40 books a year are in English and/or combined European languages (French, German, Italian); the remaining volumes are in Dutch. Visit their website at www.lup.be. Sales and marketing territories we are covering on Leuven’s behalf: United Kingdom, Eire, Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
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