Representation & Distribution

Distribution in the Netherlands
Bookshops in the Netherlands can order through 
Erasmusweg 10
4104 AK Culemborg
The Netherlands
T +31 345 47 59 11

Order fulfilment and representation in the UK, Europe (excluding the Benelux) and Rest of the World
Ingram Publisher Services UK (NBNi)
Order Department
10 Thornbury Rd.
Plymouth, PL6 7PP, United Kingdom
T +44 1752 202301
F +44 1752 202333
Customer Services:

Representation in the USA and Canada
Cornell University Press

Order fulfilment in the USA and Canada
Longleaf Services, Inc.

Representation in China
Inspirees International
European Chinese Publisher Promotion Center (ECPPC)/Inspirees (China)
Ciyunsi Beili 207(CapitaLand), Bld 1, 7-901
100025, Beijing
Customer service line: 4006 618 717
F +86 (0)10 84467947

Distribution in Japan
MHM Limited
1-1-13 Kanda Jimbocho
Tokyo 101-0051
T +81 (0)3-3518-9181               
F +81 (0)3-3518-9523               

In addition to this international network of distributors, booksellers, and library suppliers, Leuven University Press makes use of digital distribution options such as Google and Nielsen BookData to promote and market LUP titles. Our eBooks are available on our website and through selected online booksellers and library platforms such as ProQuest Ebook CentralEBSCOhostGardners BooksCEPIEC, Torrossa, Project MuseJSTOR and Baker & Taylor.


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  • Unfinished Histories
  • Immanent Transcendence
  • History of Japanese Art after 1945
  • Anarchy of the Body
  • Exploring the Transnational Neighbourhood
  • Stilte in de klas
  • Absent Presences in the Colonial Archive
  • Tot de bodem
  • Dekolonisering in verleden en heden
  • Sugar, Spice, and the Not So Nice
  • Recharting Territories
  • Who Owns Africa?
  • Giuseppe Verdi
  • Aristotle and the Ontology of St. Bonaventure
  • From Bayreuth to Burkina Faso
  • Mobs and Microbes
  • Ambrogio Spinola between Genoa, Flanders, and Spain
  • Ferenczi Dialogues
  • The Elemental Analysis of Glass Beads
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