Princeton University Press brings scholarly ideas to the world. They publish books that connect authors and readers across spheres of knowledge to advance and enrich the human conversation.
As publishers of highly influential books since 1905, the Press's publishing narrative includes landmark titles such as Albert Einstein’s The Meaning of Relativity (1922), John von Neumann’s and Oskar Morgenstern’s The Theory of Games and Economic Behavior (1937), Caroline Levine’s Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network (2015), Michael Suk-Young Chwe’s Jane Austen, Game Theorist (2013), and Abraham Loeb & Steven R. Furlanetto’s The First Galaxies in the Universe (2013); as well as ambitious scholarly publishing projects, among them The Papers of Woodrow Wilson, The Writings of Henry D. Thoreau, and The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein. The Press has published over 50 Nobel Prize winners, including Angus Deaton, Jean Tirole, Robert J. Shiller, Lars Peter Hansen, Thomas J. Sargent, and Edmund S. Phelps.
Princeton University Press Director Christie Henry says, “PUP seeks partnerships that increase the discoverability and embrace of our titles by academic libraries and research institutions throughout the world and we are very pleased to share in that mission with the University Press Scholarship Online program.”
Read more from Christie Henry in her Letter from the Director.
Princeton Scholarship Online (PRSO) provides access to hundreds of Princeton University Press titles and is available through the University Press Scholarship Online (UPSO) platform. Find out more about UPSO or read the FAQs for troubleshooting guidance on how to use the site.