Digitizing over 140 years of academic publishing from Palgrave Macmillan
The Palgrave Book Archives include over 10,000 books published between the 1860s and 2005 on SpringerLink.
Archiving project for books published by Palgrave Macmillan
Following the merger of Macmillan Science and Education with Springer Science+Business Media into Springer Nature, we are pleased to inform you about our new digitization initiative for backlist titles published by Palgrave Macmillan over the last 140 years of academic publishing. Just a couple of years ago this was done for all Springer scholarly titles published pre-2005 as well.
Books that were previously published in print format only will be made available as eBooks on SpringerLink – with all the benefits that state-of-the-art electronic publishing entails. Palgrave Macmillan books will never ‘go out of print’ and can be preserved for future use.
The Palgrave Book Archives consist of high-quality digital versions of books from Palgrave Macmillan published between 1864 and 2005, including many titles that were previously out-of-print. Palgrave Macmillan is pleased that they are now available again, both online and in print.
This project affirms our commitment to preserving valuable scholarly content and enables researchers all over the world to access a wealth of information through their libraries. Your book plays an important part in this effort.
Your author benefits at a glance
- Your book has been digitized and is now available as an eBook, published on SpringerLink, our online platform, and compatible with e-reading devices.
- Your book can never go 'out-of-print' and will be preserved for future generations of scholars.
- You are entitled to free access to the electronic version of your book on SpringerLink.
- You will receive royalties, or have chosen to waive them in support of charitable organizations that help provide the developing world with access to academic research.
Read the FAQ for Book Archives authors.
Find out more about the Book Archives project here.
The Book Archives project: how we found the authors.
Book Archives Author Helpdesk
For questions about your book in the Palgrave Archives please contact our helpdesk by email at email@example.com