Rowman & Littlefield International puts the scholarly community at the heart of its publishing, and we are always open to new ways to create and publish content alongside partner institutions. From international research centres and global academic societies to think tanks and NGOs, we maintain relationships with a range of organisations in order to build innovative and cutting-edge publishing projects together.
We offer a range of business models which allow an institution to reach a global readership without incurring the financial risks often associated with an in-house publishing model.
If you’re interested in partnering with us, please contact Oliver Gadsby, Chief Executive.
If you’re interested in working with us on a book series, please contact one of our subject editors.
Explore our partnerships with the Centre for European Policy Studies and Policy Network and have a look below at the list of our current academic partnerships.
LEARNED SOCIETY PARTNERSHIPS
Association for Continental Philosophy of Religion
Reframing Continental Philosophy of Religion series. The series aims to revitalise continental philosophy of religion. It provides a platform for voices, theories and traditions which have been suppressed or marginalised by the standard Western Christian framework, and offers genuinely new and constructive openings in the field.
Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy
Continental Philosophy in Austral-Asia series. The series aims to explore and showcase the diverse ways in which European philosophy has been interpreted and put to use according to the contexts and questions particular to life in even further, stranger and more ‘exotic’ continents.
CAPPE University of Brighton
Off the Fence series. Presents short, sharply argued texts in applied moral and political philosophy, with an interdisciplinary focus, and Polemics series, which publishes philosophically rigorous but polemical interventions in contemporary global, financial, political, environmental and theoretical crises.
Caribbean Philosophical Association
Creolizing the Canon and Global Critical Caribbean Thought series, which collectively explore and promote the rich intellectual work coming out of the Caribbean region.
Center for East Asian and Comparative Philosophy, City University of Hong Kong
East Asian Comparative Ethics, Politics and Philosophy of Law series.
Centre for Cultural Studies Research, University of East London
Radical Cultural Studies series. The series will produce monographs and edited collections that examine the culturopolitical, sociopolitical, aesthetic and ethical implications of international cultures.
Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory, Cardiff University
Critical Perspectives on Theory, Culture and Politics series. The series will produce monographs and edited collections that focus on research at the interface between Critical Theory and Cultural Studies.
Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice, University of Nottingham
Studies in Global and Social Justice series. The series publishes interdisciplinary work that grapples with critical issues of social and global justice faced in the world today.
Feminism and Institutionalism International Network (FIIN network)
Feminist Institutionalist Perspectives series. The series represents the ‘next stage’ of development of Feminist Institutionalism (FI) in exploring gendered analysis and institutionalist theory.
Moore Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway
Values and Identities: Crossing Philosophical Borders series. Investigates specific forms of value and, in particular, how they interact across societal contexts to form more complex identities.
Northern Theory School
Futures of the Archive series. The series explores the future of our theoretical past. This interdisciplinary set of books intervenes in ongoing critical debates around memory and witnessing, biopolitics, political theology, technics, the history of science, and more.
Philosophy department, University of Essex
Essex Studies in Contemporary Critical Theory series. The series aims to develop the critical analysis of contemporary societies.