Rights & Intellectual Property

Princeton University Press’s work within Rights & Intellectual Property brings scholarly ideas to the world, connecting authors and readers across spheres of knowledge to advance and enrich the global conversation. Working closely with distribution partners, international publishers and agents, we increase the reach of our authors and their scholarship by publishing digital and audio content and licensing subsidiary rights in various languages and formats, including print, digital, and audio editions. The Rights and IP team welcomes opportunities to expand the reach of our intellectual property.


Many Princeton University Press books are now available as audiobooks. Learn more about our audio publishing and licensing partnerships.

International Rights

Working closely with international publishers and agents around the world, our international rights team endeavors to increase the reach of our authors and their scholarship by licensing translation rights in various languages and formats. Learn more about our notable titles in translation and our licensing process.


Our ebooks and digital products are available to individuals and to libraries and their patrons through a variety of distributors and platforms. 

Film & Other Subsidiary Rights

We welcome inquires about film and other subsidiary rights. Please reach out to discuss your project with our team.

Accessibility & Alternative Formats

Princeton University Press partners with several organizations to provide accessibility to our titles for students with visual impairment, as well as physical or learning disabilities. For US academic institutions seeking an alternative format for a student, please contact Bookshare. For UK requestors, please contact the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). For Canadian requestors, please contact the Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA). If you have additional questions, please contact us.


For information on how to secure permission to reuse Press content, access formats for students with print disabilities, understand Fair Use and Public Domain tenets, or review permissions guidelines for Press authors, we invite you to browse our permissions resources.


Ines ter Horst
Director of Rights, Contracts & Permissions
Rebecca Bengoechea
Senior International Rights Manager
Emma Morgan
International Rights Associate
Eleanor Smith
International Rights Associate
Kim Williams
Digital and Audio Publisher
Paige Clunie
Digital Partnerships Manager
Danielle D’Orlando
Curator of Audio
General Inquiries