Oxbow Books publishes on behalf of, or as a co-publisher with, a number of societies and organisations including: Celtic Studies Publications; the British Institute for Persian Studies; the Butrint Foundation; the Centre for Textile Research, Copenhagen; the Dakhleh Oasis Project; Universities of Cambridge, (Department of Classics), Gothenburg, Florence, Pisa, Sheffield and the Sorbonne; the Historic Towns Trust; the National Museum of Denmark; the Neolithic Studies Group; the Prehistoric Society; the Study Group for Roman Pottery; as well as producing monographs funded by Historic England, Historic Environment Scotland and CADW.
Funding arrangements for co-published series
Some level of funding is usually needed for co-published series. There are several models that can be used to best suit the requirements of the project. If you are interested in discussing this further, please contact the Oxbow Books Publisher, Julie Gardiner, for more details (firstname.lastname@example.org).