What is Indiana University Press?
Founded in 1950, we are recognized internationally as a leading academic publisher specializing in the humanities and social sciences. The Press emphasizes scholarship but also publishes text, trade, and reference titles. We are one of the largest public university presses, as measured by titles and income level.
How many books do you publish?
We produce approximately 120 new books annually, in addition to 40 journals, and maintain a backlist of some 3,500 titles.
What subject areas do you publish?
Our major subject areas include African, Asian, Ireland, Jewish and Holocaust, Middle East, Russian and East European, gender studies, film and media, military history, music, paleontology, philosophy, and religion. We also feature an extensive trade publishing program including the Quarry Books imprint and distribution of many other books and products including Red Lightning Books and WTIU.
How does the Press support itself?
Our program is financed primarily by income from sales, and support from Indiana University and by generous gifts and grants from customers like you.
How do I submit a book proposal?
Please see our author resources page for more information.
Are your books and journals available electronically?
Yes. Our electronic publishing initiatives include JSTOR’s Current Scholarship Program.
We have partnered with JSTOR to make current and archival content from our journals available on the JSTOR platform.
Institutions and individuals with electronic subscriptions to IUP/Journals may access content via JSTOR. Institutional and individual subscriptions are also available for purchase via the JSTOR website. If you are having difficulty accessing subscribed content on JSTOR, please contact [email protected].
For more information on IUP/Journals and to access journal content visit IUP/Journals on JSTOR.
Our e-books are also available through over 50 distribution channels, including: