Princeton University Press Announces Participation in Art & Architecture ePortal

Princeton University Press (PUP) is delighted to announce our participation with the Art & Architecture ePortal, a dynamic online platform that offers individuals and institutions access to digital copies of backlist and out-of-print volumes from leading publishers and institutions. Ten PUP titles are now live on the site.

The portal was launched by Yale University Press in July 2018, with the aim of making a diversity of art historical books more widely available and easily discoverable, and is supported by funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

According to Michelle Komie, Art and Architecture Publisher at PUP, “We are so pleased to be partnering on this important scholarly initiative, which will greatly enhance access to critical scholarship in art and architectural history. This platform offers exceptional discoverability that has previously been unavailable for published work within these disciplines, especially highly illustrated works.”

In addition to PUP, participating publishers included The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Paul Mellon Centre; Harvard Art Museums; Harvard University Press; The MIT Press; Art Institute of Chicago; Yale University Art Gallery; and Yale University Press.