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Tel: 800 405 1619 | (+1) 401 531 2800
Fax: 800 406 9145

Ms. Vanessa Vinarub
Sales Director
Harvard University Press
79 Garden Street
Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Tel: (+1) 617 495 2650 | Fax: (+1) 617 496 4892

Mr. Ken Carpenter
Marketing Director
Harvard University Press
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Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Tel: (+1) 617 496 1317 | Fax: (+1) 617 495 4051

Special Sales:
Ms. Briana Ross
Sales Representative
Tel: (+1) 617 384 7515 | Fax: (+1) 617 496 4892

Digital Loeb Classical Library / Digital Dictionary of American Regional English:
Ms. Paige Clunie
Digital Sales Associate
Tel: (+1) 617 384 7578

Publicity Department:
Tel: (+1) 617 496 1340

Subsidiary Rights Inquiries:
Ms. Karen Peláez
Subsidiary Rights Manager
Tel: (+1) 617 495 2619 | Fax: (+1) 617 496 4677

Columbia University Press Sales Consortium (United States and Canada)

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Sales Consortium Manager
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Mr. Conor Broughan
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Chicago, IL 60647
Tel: 773 316 1116

In the western United States and British Columbia, Canada:
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In Canada, Harvard University Press books are sold directly at U.S. discounts.

For any territories in North and South America not listed above, orders should be sent to Triliteral via the contact information at the top of this column.

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Mr. Ahmad Zahar Kamaruddin
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Fax: (+44) (0)1243 843 302

Information and General Inquiries:
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Fax: (+44) (0)20 7831 9261

Trade Inquiries:
Mr. Richard Howells
Director of International Sales and Marketing

Publicity Inquiries:
Ms. Rebekah White
Associate Director of International Publicity

Marketing and Advertising Inquiries:
Ms. Alice Ticehurst
International Marketing Manager

Digital Loeb Classical Library:

In the United Kingdom:
Chris Norris
Associate Director of International Sales
Tel: (+44) (0)7557 878858

In Europe:
Durnell Marketing
Linden Park CC, Fir Tree Road
Tunbridge Wells TN4 8AH, United Kingdom
Tel: (+44) 1892 544272

In southern, central, east, and west Africa:
Blue Weaver Specialist Publisher’s Representatives
P.O. Box 30370, Tokai, 7966 South Africa
Tel: +27 (021) 701 4477

In the Middle East, Cyprus, Malta, Turkey, and northern Africa:
Ms. Claire de Gruchy and Mr. Bill Kennedy
Avicenna Partnership Ltd.
P.O. Box 501
Witney OX28 9JL, United Kingdom


Ms. Claire de Gruchy
Tel: (+44) (0) 7771 887843


Mr. Bill Kennedy
Tel: (+44) (0) 7802 244457 | Fax: (+44) (0) 1387 247375

In China:
Ms. Wei Zhao
Everest International Publishing Services
2-1-503 UHN International
Beijing 100028, China
Tel: (+86) 10 5130 1051 | Fax: (+86) 10 5130 1052

In Japan and Hong Kong:
Mr. Gilles Fauveau and Ms. Ayako Owada
Rockbook Inc.
Exprime 5F 10-10 Ichibancho
Chiyoda-Ku 102-0082 Tokyo, Japan

Mr. Gilles Fauveau
Tel: (+81) (0)90 3962 4650


Ms. Ayako Owada
Tel: (+81) (0)90 9700 2481

In Korea:
Mr. Se-Yung Jun and Ms. Min-Hwa Yoo
ICK (Information & Culture Korea)
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Seoul 03997, Republic of Korea
Tel: (+82) 2 3141 4791 | Fax: (+82) 2 3141 7733

In Taiwan:
Ms. Meihua Sun
B.K. Norton
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Taipei 100, Taiwan
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For any territories outside North and South America not specifically listed above, orders should be sent to John Wiley & Sons via the contact information on the top of this column.

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