Who's Who at Berghahn
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Marion Berghahn, D Phil, PhD, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief for Books
Born and raised in Hamburg, Germany, Marion studied at the universities of Hamburg, Paris and Freiburg where she received a DPhil in American Studies, Romance Languages and Philosophy. In 1969, she moved to England where she received an MPhil in Social Anthropology from the University of Cambridge, followed by a PhD in Sociology from the University of Warwick. These subjects, together with history, later on formed the basis of her scholarly publishing program.
In 1983, she started her first company, Berg Publishers, but was forced out in 1993 and subsequently started her new company, Berghahn Books, in 1994. In 1988, she moved to the US but retained an office and home in Oxford, and has been commuting across the Atlantic ever since. General publishing matters should be directed to her attention: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vivian Berghahn, Managing Director and Journals Editorial Director
Vivian is responsible for the New York office and oversees the journals division at Berghahn. In addition, her managerial responsibilities within the company include online initiatives and development of business. With 14 years of experience in the publishing industry, she previously worked for Blackwell Publishing and Northeastern University Press. Please contact Vivian in connection with the commissioning of new journals and any other journal editorial matters. Inquiries related to the development of new projects for Berghahn Books overall, including our online initiatives, should also be directed to her attention: email@example.com
Leigh Waite, General Manager, Sales and Marketing Manager
Charlotte Mosedale, Production Editor
Adam Capitanio, Editorial Associate
Martha Hoffman, Production and Editorial Manager
Before contacting Berghahn with any book manuscript submissions, please refer to the submission guidelines found on our website on our Info for Authors page.
Please send proposals to EditorialUS@berghahnbooks.com.
Questions relating to our Style Guide as well as permissions clarifications for copyrighted material should be directed to: EditorialUS@berghahnbooks.com.
Once your book is contracted and accepted as final and ready for production, any questions in connection with copyediting, proofreading, indexing, and typesetting should be directed to: ProductionUS@berghahnbooks.com.
For marketing and title promotion, including conferences and advertising; exam or review copy requests; and text adoption queries contact the appropriate Berghahn marketing department:
Initiatives related to Berghahn social media activities should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For academic and professional special sales; catalogs; as well as distribution and wholesale arrangements contact the appropriate Berghahn sales department:
Editorial and Production
Please refer to the submission guidelines found on the respective journal's website: journals.berghahnbooks.com
If you are a contributor preparing your article for submission and have consulted the journal's guidelines and still have questions on style or artwork submission requirements as well as permission clarifications for any copyrighted materials you are using, please contact: email@example.com.
For matters related to journals marketing and sales activities, including consortia and special sales arrangements, advertising and conferences email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any queries related to journals subscriptions or fulfilment, such as subscription status (including changes or address or online access), claims, or back issue sales should email Turpin Distribution: TurpinNA@turpin-distribution.com.
Translation Rights and Permissions
Publishers interested in Foreign Rights arrangements should email Berghahn in the first instance: email@example.com.
Electronic Files for Print-Disabled Students
For accessible file requests you can obtain files at Bookshare.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Berghahn authors and contributors should review their contracts for an outline of usage and permission clarifications. Prior written permission is not required for authors when drawing from their own work, originally printed in any Berghahn book or journal. The book or journal bibliographical information should be fully acknowledged, with the publisher copyright, as stated on the copyright page, correctly and clearly attributed.
For permission requests for classroom use, whether it be for photocopying or online course packs, please contact the Copyright Clearance Center: www.copyright.com/cccdirect.do?publisher=Berghahn%20Books
Publisher Readers or Companions
Permission to use Berghahn materials for compilations, such as readers, should be directed to Berghahn Rights and Permissions: email@example.com
If you wish to place an order or follow up an order you have already placed, please contact the appropriate Berghahn Customer Service office:
UK, Europe, the Middle East, India, and Africa: (c/o Turpin Distribution):
T: +44 (0) 1767 604 976
F: +44 (0) 1767 601 640
The Americas, Australia, Asia-Pacific and China: (c/o Books International):
T: 1(800) 540-8663 (Outside of the US: (703) 661-1500)
F: 1(703) 661-1501
Any questions or technical difficulties with the website should be directed to the attention of our webmaster. firstname.lastname@example.org
UK/Europe: Berghahn Books Ltd. 3 Newtec Place, Magdalen Rd, Oxford OX4 1RE, UK tel: +44 (0)1865 250011 fax: +44 (0)1865 250056
USA/RoW: Berghahn Books Inc. 20 Jay Street, Suite 512, Brooklyn NY 11201, USA tel: +001 (212) 233-6004 fax: +001 (212) 233-6007