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Princeton University Press Submission Guidelines

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Editorial Administrator
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Princeton NJ 08540

Phone: (609) 258-4900

Fax: (609) 258-6305

Editor: Hanne Winarsky

Submitting Your Work to Princeton University Press

Before submitting to Princeton University Press

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From the Princeton University Press guidelines:

We do not accept unsolicited proposals or manuscripts via email. Brief proposals (please do not send manuscripts) that fit our scholarly profile and the compositon of our current lists may be mailed along with a copy of your vita.

Submission Guidelines Details for Princeton University Press

Market Type: Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry

Accepts: American history, american literature, ancient history, anthropology, applied science and engineering, archaeology, architecture, art, Asian and Asian American studies, astronomy, biochemistry, biology, biophysics, birds, British literature, chemistry, classics, cognitive science, comparative literature, earth sciences, economics, education, European history, film studies, finance, gender studies, history of science and medicine, Jewish studies, Latin American studies, law, literature, mathematics, Middle Eastern studies, mind/body/spirit, music, philosophy, physics, poetry, political philosophy, political science, popular science, psychology, reference, religion, self-help, sociology, world history

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