Information for Librarians
Welcome to the Library Resource Page, where you will find links to information frequently requested by librarians about University of Chicago Press books and journals, in print and electronic form.
University of Chicago Press Books
All of the books we publish, as well as books we distribute for other publishers, are listed in our Complete Subject Index, where you’ll also find RSS feeds for each subject. We also e-mail monthly notifications of new releases by subject. Books in any series we publish or distribute can be found using our Series Index. New publications are first announced in our seasonal catalogs, available in PDF format.
Some series we publish are available as a standing order. Libraries on standing order receive a 20% discount on the list price. For more information contact our Order Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many University of Chicago Press titles are available through distributors of electronic books to libraries and individuals. These include:
- ACLS Humanities E-Books
- Amazon Kindle
- Apple iBooks
- Barnes & Noble Nook
- Dawsonera from Dawson Books
- Google Editions
- Sony E-reader
- Chicago Scholarship Online (on the UPSO platform)
University of Chicago Press Journals
The Journals Division of the Press distributes over 60 journals and hardcover serials, presenting original research from international scholars in the social sciences, humanities, education, biological and medical sciences, and physical sciences. The University of Chicago Press participates in the JSTOR current scholarship program. See University of Chicago Press Journals for more information.
The Journals Division has institutional pricing and contact information.
The Chicago Manual of Style Online
The Founders’ Constitution
The Founders’ Constitution collects writings and documents from the early seventeenth century to the 1830s that bear on the creation and interpretation of the Constitution of the United States. It was first published in 1986 in five oversized volumes totaling more than 3,200 pages. It is also available online with no charge for access.