With a history going back over 260 years, De Gruyter is one of the longest established publishers in Germany. Today, the De Gruyter group publishes over 1,500 new eBook titles each year in the humanities, social sciences, STM and law, more than 960 subscription based or Open Access journals, and a variety of digital products. Our publications cover 28 subject areas and are complemented by the highest quality titles from our international Publisher Partners including Harvard University Press, Princeton University Press, Yale University Press, Cornell University Press Columbia University Press, University of Pennsylvania Press and University of Toronto Press.

eJournals

De Gruyter has a diverse and high-quality journal program offering more than 900 journals covering all areas of scientific research. Our journal portfolio includes highly cited and authoritative journals that are published in collaboration with many of the world’s most influential scholarly and professional societies.

Renowned Partners

De Gruyter brings you key content from prestigious scientific societies:

International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Mineralogical Society of America, Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland, American Energy Society, German Mathematical Society, European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, European Optical Society, International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Societas Linguistica Europaea

eJournals Archive

Going back to the early 19th century and spanning across 28 different subject fields, De Gruyter’s Journal Archive is a rich resource for each and every researcher. With the ability to trace developments in knowledge and opinions across decades, our Journal Archive enables academics to rediscover forgotten works, which can shed new light on modern research. Don’t let your library users miss such a valuable collection of research history!

De Gruyter eBooks

About 1,500 new books and  40,000 backlist titles are ready for you to explore. De Gruyter eBook programme offers an exclusive collection of eBooks from world’s most prestigious university presses – about 25,000 eBooks are available from Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Cornell, Toronto and Pennsylvania and Yale University Presses. Our eBooks comes with flexible purchase options, unlimited simultaneous user access, no DRM and no platform/hosting fees.

WBIS Online- Turkish Biographical Archive / Arab & Islamic Biographical Archive

With approximately 9 million digitized biographical articles about 6 million people from almost 10,000 reference works, The World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) is the world’s most comprehensive and extensive biographical database. Whether you are a historian, sociologist, cultural and literary scholar or theologian: WBIS is the perfect tool for researchers who work on biographical topics.

Building Types Online

Building Types Online is an online resource for the study and practice of architectural design. The database includes content from previously published Birkhäuser publications (2002-2016), comprising more than 850 case studies and more than 120 articles on specific aspects of building design. All in all, it contains approx. 1800 photos and 3500 plans.

NANO Online

NANO Online offers a comprehensive coverage of the subject area nano science and technology. This database allows for easy access to research results from all disciplines active in this area – including physics, chemistry and materials science as well as engineering and medicine.

IUPAC Standards Online

IUPAC Standards Online is a database built from IUPAC’s standards and recommendations, extracted from the journal Pure and Applied Chemistry (PAC). The database is the only product that provides for the quick and easy search and retrieval of IUPAC’s standards and recommendations which until now have remained unsorted within the huge Pure and Applied Chemistry archive.

Treasury of Linguistic Maps

The e-resource Treasury of Linguistic Maps presents linguistic maps selected from various atlases and other publications that have been published over the years by De Gruyter Mouton and other De Gruyter imprints. For the first time, this material is made available and searchable in one place and in a new, improved format.