Princeton University Press welcomes new tenant, Rutgers University Press, to its European office

Princeton University Press Europe, now settled into its new home at 99 Banbury Road in Oxford, shared with tenants The Voltaire Institute and HEPI, is delighted to announce a further collaboration of shared space as we will shortly welcome Rutgers University Press to Europe.

Micah Kleit, Director, Rutgers University Press said of this move to a European base “Rutgers University Press has experienced dramatic growth over the last five years, increasing our output from 75 books in 2016 to just over 150 in the past fiscal year, and accompanying that growth has been a shift in our publishing list toward subjects of interest to an international audience. As our list becomes more global, we feel it’s important to have a presence outside the US to reflect the strength of the list and aid in its continued success. We look forward to building relationships in the UK that will help our staff, authors, and our international partners to continue the global reach of the Press and to fulfill an exciting new chapter in the growth of the Press. And we are thrilled to start it with this significant and rewarding collaboration with Princeton University Press.”

Christie Henry, Director, Princeton University Press, said “The PUP team has thrived in its new location, and are grateful to the Oxford community for a lovely welcome. That we can now share this experience with a peer university press and support Rutgers in its international publishing ambitions and impact is a source of joy and excitement for all of us.”