Subsidiary Rights

International Rights

Translation Rights Information for International Publishers

Princeton University Press would be delighted to hear from anyone who has a serious interest in acquiring the translation rights for our books. In the majority of cases, the Press is the holder of translation rights, so please initiate your inquiry with either the Press or our designated rights agent.

If you would like to find out more about any of our books, please check the website for information, visit our International Rights webpage, or contact the International Rights team at internationalrights@press.princeton.edu. Our International Rights Guides are available on our catalog page

The Press licenses frequently and actively into dozens of languages, and we are always pleased to hear directly from interested publishers in cases where we do not have an exclusive rights agent. We attend the London, Frankfurt, Beijing, and Guadalajara book fairs each year, and we are pleased to meet with editors and publishers from around the world, by appointment. Do arrange an appointment early with our International Rights team as we often have full meeting schedules long before the fairs occur.

Contacts

Inés ter Horst
Director of Rights, Contracts & Permissions
ines_ter_horst@press.princeton.edu

Rebecca Bengoechea
International Rights Manager
rebecca_bengoechea@press.princeton.edu

Emma Morgan
International Rights Assistant
emma_morgan@press.princeton.edu

Audio Rights

For more information on Audio Rights, please contact:

Kimberley Williams
Digital and Audio Publisher
kimberley_williams@press.princeton.edu

Film and All Other Subsidiary Rights

For more information on Film and All Other Subsidiary Rights, please contact:

Permissions 
permissions@press.princeton.edu

English Language Reprint Editions

For more information on English Language Reprint Editions, please contact: 

Inés ter Horst
Director of Rights, Contracts & Permissions
ines_ter_horst@press.princeton.edu

All Downloads

International Rights Agents