Palgrave Macmillan is a global academic publisher serving learning and scholarship in the field of higher education, and publishing for the professional business and serious non-fiction markets. It has an established and distinguished track record of international academic publishing with considerable strength in the humanities, social sciences, and business and growing strength in computing and engineering.
Combining the publishing and heritage of Macmillan Press, the British-based publisher, and St. Martin’s Press Scholarly & Reference in the United States, Palgrave Macmillan aims to be the academic publisher of choice for authors and customers around the world.
Palgrave is a name long associated with Macmillan, with publishing and with the highest intellectual achievement. Francis Turner Palgrave’s Golden Treasury of English Verse, published by Macmillan in 1861, became the standard poetry anthology for 100 years. The Dictionary of Economy by R. H. Inglis Palgrave was also published by Macmillan in the 19th Century, and became a landmark in its field. It was the inspiration for The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, which was published in 1987, as the first in a continuing line of major works.
Palgrave Macmillan has a substantial and renowned list of books at all levels. This includes scholarly monographs, reference books, and widely-read textbooks including leading lists in the social sciences. It has a new and a fast-growing journals programme, and publishes leading idea books for professional business. Palgrave Macmillan also publishes a diverse range of serious non-fiction titles for the general reader.
Summary by 杨宏伟 on 2003-06-10
Last updated by 杨宏伟 on 2003-07-10