Distributed Presses

  1. Agenda Publishing

    Agenda Publishing

    Agenda Publishing is an independent publisher of books and journals in economics, political economy and philosophy. Agenda‚Äôs publishing aims to facilitate access to economic ideas for a readership that has traditionally found them forbidding and inaccessible, whether in the wider social sciences, or in the public square, but who nevertheless wish to gain a greater […]

  2. Association for Asian Studies

    Association for Asian Studies

    Founded in 1941, the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) is a scholarly, non-political, non-profit professional association open to all persons interested in Asia and the study of Asia. With more than 6,000 members worldwide, representing all the regions and countries of Asia and all academic disciplines, the AAS is the largest organization of its kind. […]

  3. Austrian Film Museum

    Austrian Film Museum

    The Film Museum has been publishing books since the 1960s. After the first two publication series (in the 1960s and 1980s), a “third wave” since 2002 has seen the launching of two new book series. With Zsolnay Publishing, volumes on popular genres and major film artists are published in the (German-language) series KINO. The other […]

  4. Auteur


    Auteur publishes books for use in media and film studies classes and for instructors teaching these subjects. Their list includes books in the Studying Films and Teacher’s Guides and Classroom Resources¬†series.

  5. Columbia Books on Architecture and the City

    Columbia Books on Architecture and the City aims to expand the ground of architectural discourse. Bringing together designers, scholars, planners, artists, theorists, and curators, often working outside of the expected formats of their fields, we focus on books that ask urgent questions about what architecture is and what it does. We hope to amplify new […]

  6. East European Monographs

    East European Monographs

    East European Monographs published titles in Eastern European history, politics, and culture. They are also the publishers of the Social Science Monographs series. East European Monographs has ceased to publish new books.

  7. Fernwood Publishing

    Fernwood Publishing

    Fernwood Publishing and our literary imprint, Roseway, publish critical books that inform, enlighten and challenge. We are political publishers in that our books acknowledge, confront and contest intersecting forms of oppression and exploitation. We believe that in publishing books that challenge the status quo and imagine new ways forward we participate in the creation of […]

  8. Harrington Park Press

    Harrington Park Press

    Harrington Park Press was previously the LGBTQ imprint of The Haworth Press (now part of Routledge/Taylor & Francis). The imprint is now relaunched by Haworth’s founding owner/publisher Bill Cohen as a specialized academic/scholarly print and e-book publisher devoted to emerging topics in LGBTQ diversity, equality, and inclusivity. Our forthcoming books are intended for classroom adoption […]

  9. Hitchcock Annual

    Hitchcock Annual

    The Hitchcock Annual seeks to publish the best in critical and scholarly essays in Hitchcock studies. The editors welcome articles from a wide variety of theoretical, critical, and historical perspectives on the life, work, and influence of Alfred Hitchcock.

  10. ibidem Press

    ibidem Press

    ibidem Press is an academic publishing house based in Stuttgart and Hannover, Germany. Our list offers a broad range of contemporary and timeless trade publications, primarily in the social sciences, economics, and the humanities. In these fields, ibidem currently publishes fifty-one academic book series. Its titles contribute to debates and politics, economics, history, and society; […]