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Johns Hopkins University Press is a publishing house of the Johns Hopkins University, a private university that was founded in 1876 in the United States but that today has campuses also in Italy, China and Singapore. The press itself was founded in 1878 and takes pride in being the oldest continuously running university press in the US.
In their offer one can find books, scholarly periodicals and academic works. As their main objective Johns Hopkins University Press names the identification and publication of „works that advance new knowledge” and their distribution „far and wide”. Award-winning lists in history, science, literary studies, political science, and medicine reach a worldwide audience of scholars, students, and discerning readers.
Today, the Johns Hopkins University Press is one of the world's largest university presses in the United States, publishing 60 scholarly journals and nearly 200 new books each year.