Yale University Press
Just a prestigious as its University, Yale University Press was first reputed for its publications on architecture and art history. Nowadays its catalogue includes a list of subject areas ranging from current affairs and politics to music or religion. However the Press is strongly commited to its original subject area: fine arts. It has publishing agreements with many major museums and has thus become a leading world publisher of art.
The Press is also famous for its series such as the Yale Series of Younger Poets – a collection of first works of promising American poets or amazing The Anchor Yale Bible Series, previously the Anchor Bible Series – a renowned publishing programme that for more than 50 years has produced books devoted to the latest scholarship on the Bible and biblical topics.
Its books are not only widely appreciated by critics but they have also won several literary awards such as the National Book Award or the Pulitzer Prize.
Yale University Press distributes the following publishers:
- Clark Art Institute
- Dallas Museum of Art
- Getty Publications
- Harvard University Art Museums
- Jewish Museum, New York
- Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
- National Gallery London
- Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art
- Yale Center for British Art