Brill Publishers


Brill Publishers

Founded in 1683 in Leiden, the Netherlands, Brill (known as E. J. Brill, Koninklijke Brill, Brill Academic Publishers) is an international academic publisher and is listed on Euronext, Amsterdam. With offices in Leiden and Boston (MA), Brill today publishes more than 100 journals and around 500 new books and reference works each year. In addition, Brill is a provider of primary source materials online and on microform for researchers in the humanities and social sciences through its imprint IDC Publishers. All publications are available in print or microform, as well as in electronic format.

Brill publishes in the following subject areas:
* Ancient Near East and Egypt
* Middle East, Asian and Islamic Studies
* Medieval and Early Modern Studies
* Biblical and Religious Studies
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* Classical Studies
* Social Sciences
* Asian Studies (Hotei Publishing imprint)
* Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers imprint)
* Public International Law (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers imprint)
* Biology
* Science (VSP imprint)

As of October 1, 2006 the publishing activities of Transnational Publishers have joined the International Law program of Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Brill’s imprint for publications in the area of international law. Brill will continue to publish this list under the name of Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.

History

In the 19th century, Brill was often called upon to print books prepared by other publishers, who felt Brill had the highest-quality Arabic fonts. Brill published the "Encyclopaedia of Islam" (in German, French, and English), first in 1913, and later in 1987; they also published many journals on Islamic and Biblical studies, and critical text for many manuscripts of the Middle Ages.

Brill's Japanese Studies Library

The publisher's series includes monographs on substantial subjects, thematic collections of articles, handbooks, text editions, and translations. [Hardacre, Helen, ed. (1998) [http://books.google.com/books?id=dS7DwqiUKnwC&pg=PR5&dq=harold+bolitho+japan&source=gbs_selected_pages&cad=0_1&sig=et_yVihPtENEGCtYdGDU3xuIGUE#PPA393,M1 "The Postwar Development of Japanese Studies in the United States," p. 394.] ] The scholarly collection includes the following selections: [ [http://www.brill.nl/m_catalogue_sub6_id7155.htm Brill web site] ]

*29. "Nagaoka" by Ellen Van Goethem [29th selected]
*28. "Christ in Japanese Culture" by Emi Mase-Hsegawa [28th selected]
*27. "Haikai Poet Yosa Buson and the Bashō Revival" by Cheryl Crowley
*26. "Japanese Fiction of the Allied Occupation" by Sharalyn Orbaugh
*25. "The Authenticity of Sendai Kuji Hongi" by John R. Bentley
*24. "Thinking Like a Man" by Bettina Gramlich-Oka
*23. "Theorizing the Angura Space" by Peter Eckersall
*22. "Progressive Traditions" by Helen S.E. Parker
*21. "Koguryo: The Language of Japan’s Continental Relatives" by Christopher I. Beckwith
*20. "Dew on the Grass" by Makoto Ueda
*19. "Hiratsuka Raichō and Early Japanese Feminism" by Hiroko Tomida
*18. "Juvenile Delinquency in Japan" by Gesine Foljanty-Jost, ed.
*17. "Capital Punishment in Japan" by Petra Schmidt
*16. "Christianity in Early Modern Japan" by Ikuo Higashibaba
*15. "A Descriptive Grammar of Early Old Japanese Prose" by John R. Bentley
*14. "Individuum, Society, Humankind" by Makoto Ozaki
*12. "Japanese Theatre and the International Stage" by Stanca Scholz-Cionca and Samuel L. Leiter, eds.
*11. "Meeting the Sensei" by Maya Mortimer
*10. "A Dutch Spy in China" by Ger Teitler and Kurt W. Radtke, eds.
*9. "Thomas William Kinder and the Japanese Imperial Mint, 1868-1875" Roy S. Hanashiro
*8. "The Postwar Development of Japanese Studies in the United States" Helen Hardacre, ed.
*7. "Itô Jinsai's Gomô Jigi and the Philosophical Definition of Early Modern Japan" by John Allen Tucker
*6. "New Directions in the Study of Meiji Japan" by Helen Hardacre with Adam L. Kern, eds.
*5. "The Foundations of Japan's Modernization" by Yoshiie Yoda, translated by Kurt. W. Radtke
*4. "A Reconstruction of Proto-Ainu" by Alexander V. Vovin
*3. "A History of Writing in Japan" by C. Seeley
*2. "Die Entstehung des Kabuki" by T.F. Leims
*1. "Chaos and Cosmos" by H.E. Plutschow

Notes

References

* Ophuijsen, J.M. van. (1994). "E. J. Brill, three centuries of scholarly publishing, since 1683." Leiden: Brill.

ee also

*List of publishers
*List of academic journals
*List of scientific journals
*List of law journals

External links

* [http://www.brill.nl BRILL official website]
* [http://isbndb.com/d/publisher/e_j_brill.html A list of books published by E. J. Brill Leyden]


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