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Downloadable Book Lists by Subject

We offer complete lists of in-print titles, organized by BISAC Subject Headings, for download in Microsoft Excel (.xlsx) format. These files are updated quarterly.

These spreadsheets feature the following data for each book: ISBN (10- and 13-digit); Title; Primary Author; Original Language; Binding (Hardcover or Paperback); Discount; Price (Dollar, Pound, and Euro); Series; Page Count; Illustrations; Trim Size; Publication Year; BISAC Subject and Codes (up to three); and Sales Territory Restrictions.

You can also download a complete list of all in-print Harvard University Press books.

Catalogs

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Our seasonal and subject-area catalogs are available for free viewing (and most for download).

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You can also subscribe to our email newsletter to be notified when a new catalog is available.

Harvard University Press catalogs have been available at Edelweiss since autumn/winter 2012. (Learn more about Edelweiss.)

Payment

Booksellers must use a purchase order and send orders by fax or telephone. Please for more information.

Sales Terms

The categories Trade, Academic Trade, Text, Short, and Loeb refer to sales terms offered to booksellers in the U.S. and Canada.

For specific information about regional sales representation outside the U.S. and Canada, see Sales Representation and Distribution.

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We also offer brief excerpts from our books at Medium.

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