Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers

Fitzroy Dearborn was an American publisher of academic library reference titles with offices in London and Chicago. It was acquired by Taylor & Francis as an imprint of Routledge Reference in 2002, before Taylor & Francis merged with Informa.

At the time of its sale, the company had a backlist of 350 titles

History

Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers was founded in 1994 by Daniel Kirkpatrick and George Walsh. The company was a publisher of academic library reference titles with offices in London and Chicago. It was acquired by the UK-based Taylor & Francis Group as an imprint of Routledge Reference in 2002.[1] Taylor & Francis itself subsequently merged with Informa.

At the time of its sale, the company had a backlist of 350 titles, many of them award-winning.

Name

The name of the company was derived from the districts of London and Chicago in which its offices were located, Fitzrovia and Dearborn respectively.

Titles

Fitzroy Dearborn's titles included:

  • Dictionary of Artists' Models. ISBN 1-57958-233-8
  • Dictionary of Women Artists. ISBN 1-884964-21-4
  • Encyclopedia of African History
  • Encyclopedia of AIDS. ISBN 1-57958-007-6
  • Encyclopedia of Comparative Iconography. ISBN 1-57958-009-2
  • Encyclopedia of the Essay. ISBN 1-884964-30-3
  • Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition. ISBN 1-57958-141-2
  • Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Writing. ISBN 1-884964-33-8
  • Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture. ISBN 1-884964-98-2
  • Encyclopedia of Interior Design. ISBN 1-884964-19-2
  • Encyclopedia of Life Writing. ISBN 1-57958-232-X
  • Encyclopedia of Literary Translation into English. ISBN 1-884964-36-2
  • Encyclopedia of Mexico. ISBN 1-884964-31-1
  • Encyclopedia of Monasticism. ISBN 1-57958-090-4
  • Encyclopedia of the Novel. ISBN 1-57958-015-7
  • Encyclopedia of the Palestinians. ISBN 1-57958-208-7
  • Encyclopedia of Sculpture. ISBN 1-57958-248-6
  • Encyclopedia of Television. ISBN 1-884964-26-5
  • International Book Publishing An Encyclopedia. ISBN 1-884964-16-8
  • Jewish Writers of the Twentieth Century. ISBN 1-57958-313-X
  • Reader's Guide to American History. ISBN 1-884964-22-2
  • Reader's Guide to the History of Science. ISBN 1-884964-29-X
  • Reader's Guide to Lesbian and Gay Studies ISBN 1-57958-142-0
  • Reader's Guide to Literature in English. ISBN 1-884964-20-6
  • Reader's Guide to Military History. ISBN 1-57958-241-9
  • Reader's Guide to the Social Sciences. ISBN 1-57958-091-2
  • Reference Guide to Russian Literature. ISBN 1-884964-10-9

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