1. What is your refund policy? Cornell University Press will issue refunds (net of shipping costs) for books returned in their original condition (unmarked and undamaged) within 30 days of shipment date. The product must be shipped via traceable means to the address listed below with a copy of the packing slip or invoice enclosed. Returns sent to us more than 30 days from the original shipping date and/or without the packing list/invoice documentation will not be refunded, and Cornell University Press will not be responsible for the returned product. Refunds will only be issued to the customer who purchased the book(s). Ship books for return to: CUP Services, Attn: Returns; 750 Cascadilla Street, Ithaca, NY 14850. Call 1-800-666-2211 if you have any questions about returns.
2. Are your books available as ebooks? A growing number of titles published by Cornell University Press are available as ebooks, available for purchase through Amazon.com's Kindle store, the Google eBookstore, and Ebrary.We do not currently sell ebook editions of our titles through our website.
3. Is Cornell University Press really the first university press in America? Yes, the press was established in 1869, nine years before the country's second university press, The Johns Hopkins University Press. Cornell was, however, inactive for several decades between 1890 and 1930.
4. How do I find out about licensing rights to a Cornell book or requesting permission to use copyrigthed material published by Cornell? Please visit our Subsidiary Rights and Permissions page for more information.