Edinburgh University Press was founded in the 1940s and remains one of the world’s leading academic imprints. It became a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Edinburgh in 1992. Today the main subject areas across the books and journals programme include American Studies, Classics and Ancient History, Critical Editions, Film and Media Studies, History, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, Language and Linguistics, Law, Literary Studies, Philosophy, Politics, Scottish Studies. 'The Innes Review' is an example of a leading scholarly journal published by EUP.
The Library receives copies of EUP publications for archival preservation and the collection currently includes some 4,000 items. All are catalogued online, the books with shelfmarks beginning “EUP”, the journals with “EUP Per”; there is also a subsection of Polygon books with shelfmark “Poly”.
This article was published on Jul 3, 2013