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Cambridge University Press is the oldest publisher of its kind, with a history of publishing excellence spanning six centuries. Since printing our first book in 1584, our success has been driven by academic pedigree, unparalleled editorial experience, quality production processes and innovation.

If you publish with Cambridge University Press, you will join a community of award-winning authors – including more than 60 Nobel Prize Laureates. Over 50,000 authors have published with us to date; our distinguished authors range from the iconic John Milton, Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein to more contemporary writers including Daron Acemoglu, Margaret Atwood and Stephen Hawking.

Cambridge University Press has an unrivalled reputation for publishing academic journals, research monographs, academic reference, textbooks and books for professionals, across 29 subject areas. Over 94% of our authors would recommend us, according to a 2015 Cambridge University Press author survey.

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