Subsidiary Rights and Permissions

Subsidiary Rights
For Readers with Disabilities

For all rights and permissions requests, you must provide us with full source information: title of our book, author/editor name(s), and details of the material you wish to use. Without source information, we cannot process your request. Also, please make sure the material you are requesting is (or was) published by Cornell University Press.*

Subsidiary Rights

For subsidiary rights for all books published by Cornell University Press and its imprints (Comstock Publishing Associates, Fall Creek Books, and ILR Press) including—

• translation in full
• English reprint in full
• audio
• digital/e-book
• book club rights
• film option

—please email:

Tonya Cook
Subsidiary Rights Manager
Cornell University Press
Sage House
512 East State Street
Ithaca NY 14850 USA
Fax (607) 277-2374


Foreign Rights Agents

Cornell University Press has agreements with several foreign agents for exclusive
representation of its books. For these rights, you should contact the agent directly:

Italian translation rights
Dr. Pina von Prellwitz
Via Guido de Ruggiero, 28
00142 Rome, Italy

French translation rights
Mme. Vanessa Kling
La Nouvelle Agence
7, rue Corneille
75006 Paris, France
Fax (33) (1) 43 25 47 98

Spanish and Portuguese translation rights
Sra. Beatriz Coll
R.D.C. Agencia Literaria
Fernando VI, 13-15 3o derecha
28027 Madrid, Spain
Fax (34) (91) 308 56 00

Polish, Albanian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Montenegrin, Romanian, Serbian, Slovak, and Slovenian translation rights
Łukasz Wróbel
Graal Ltd. Agencja Literacka
ul. Pruszkowska 29 lok. 252
02-119 Warsaw
Fax (48) (22) 895-2001

English copublication and reprint rights in India
Mr. Surit Mitra
Maya Publishers
4821, Parwana Bhawan (3rd Floor)
24, Ansari Road, Daryaganj
New Delhi 110002, India
Fax (91) (11) 2324 3829



For requests about—

• anthologies and quotation/print excerpts
• photocopying, course packets, and electronic reserve

—please fax, mail, or email:

Stephanie Munson
Permissions Coordinator
Cornell University Press
Sage House
512 East State Street
Ithaca NY 14850 USA
Tel. (607) 277-2338, ext. 231
Fax (607) 277-2374

Copyright Clearance Center

Permission to reuse much of the copyrighted content published by Cornell University Press can be requested directly from the Copyright Clearance Center, which makes it easy for instructors, academic institutions, and businesses to secure permissions to reuse content. Simply click and connect instantly to the list of Cornell titles available for licensing at If you do not find the material you are looking for here, please see the instructions below for requesting permission to reuse material from Cornell University Press titles.

Requesting Permission from Cornell University Press

To facilitate your request, you may download our standard permission request form here.

You must include the following information, as appropriate:

A. For Anthology and Quotation/Print Excerpt Requests (our standard permission covers nonexclusive, English-language rights for inclusion in a single edition only)—
• your publisher (with full address)
• title of your publication
• territory required for distribution
• format(s) required (i.e., hardcover, paperback, and/or electronic)
• estimated number of copies of each format of this edition
• estimated list price of each format
• publication date of each format
• word count of the Cornell University Press text to be reprinted *
• copy of the material you wish to reprint showing all edits you will make (including those made only for length)

*If your request includes figures/illustrations, check the credit line and our book's Acknowledgments or copyright page. If a third-party rightsholder is given, you must request permission from that rightsholder rather than from Cornell.

B. For Photocopy, Course Packets, and Electronic Reserve Requests—
• full contact details of the institution/organization making the request
• class name, professor name, semester
• number of pages to be copied
• number of copies required


Readers with Disabilities

The Americans with Disabilities Act mandates that higher education institutions provide individuals with print-related disabilities access to educational materials in a format that facilitates learning. To support these institutions, Cornell University Press has partnered with Bookshare to create and distribute alternative formats of our books. Please note that we ourselves do not create or maintain these alternative format versions; any requests to download or use these files should be directed to Bookshare.

If the book you require is not currently in the Bookshare library, Cornell University Press has no objection to your producing a suitable version of one of our works, provided that (1) all copyright information, as it appears in the front pages of our book, is included in your alternative format version, and (2) the use of said version is restricted to individuals registered with your institution as having a print-related disability. In the event your institution decides to create its own file, please know that the Permissions Department is unable to furnish print copies for this purpose.



*Several Cornell University departments have their own publishing programs. You must write them directly for all rights and permission inquiries. These departments include:

• Cornell East Asia Program (
• Administrative Science Quarterly (
• ILR Review (
• Cornell Law Review (


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