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Harvard e-books join De Gruyter platform

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Harvard University Press is now marketing its entire range of electronic products, including both new books and a back catalogue of more than 10,000 titles, through De Gruyter.

‘The international reach of De Gruyter’s electronic marketing will enable us to share vital ideas with a widening audience of scholars, students, and general readers across the globe—our mission for nearly 100 years,’ explained William P. Sisler, director of the university press.