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We commission and publish books across the social sciences, sciences, and humanities, from literature to physics, from classics to cognitive science.

Our commitment

  • We work with authors to enrich scholarly communities and to have an impact in the world.

  • We believe in old fashioned editing. Our relationship with authors begins with developing the idea and continues through collaborative work on the script, to publication and beyond.

  • We believe our authors work in global academic communities and that we serve them best if we work globally too. For this reason, we work closely with our colleagues in Princeton and around the world in commissioning books, coordinating our publicity and marketing, and in our sales efforts.

Our editors

Al BertrandAl Bertrand (email "al_bertrand 'at' press.princeton.edu") is Associate Publishing Director. Previously he was Editor for Classics and subsequently Editorial Director for Social Science and Humanities books at Wiley-Blackwell. Before joining Blackwell Publishing in 1999, he earned a BA from the University of Chicago in History and an MA from Princeton University in Classics.

Ben TateSarah Caro (email "sarah_caro 'at' press.princeton.edu") joined PUP as Publisher for Social Sciences for Europe in 2014. She has over twenty years' experience in publishing including previous roles as Senior Commissioning Editor for Psychology and Sociology at Cambridge University Press, Publisher for Economics and Finance at Oxford University Press, Senior Editor for Non Fiction at Profile Books and most recently Publisher for Economics and Management journals at John Wiley & Sons.

Ingrid GnerlichIngrid Gnerlich (email "ingrid_gnerlich 'at' press.princeton.edu") is Group Publisher for Mathematics and Sciences and Executive Director (UK Office). Previously at Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers (now Springer) in NYC, she joined the Press's US office as physical sciences editor in 2003 and relocated to the UK in 2012. She has over 14 years of experience in science publishing, ranging across all genres and including major trade science books, textbooks, scholarly monographs and reference works.

Ben TateBen Tate (email "ben_tate 'at' press.princeton.edu") is Editor, having joined the Press in 1998 as an editorial assistant. He has a degree in modern British and American poetry from Vanderbilt University.

Hannah PaulHannah Paul (email "hannah_paul 'at' press.princeton.edu") is the European office's Assistant Editor. She joined PUP as an Editorial Assistant in 2010, and holds a BA and MA in English Literature from the University of Birmingham.

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