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Academica Press is a scholarly and trade publisher of research in the social sciences, humanities, education, law, public policy, international relations, and other disciplines. Founded by Robert Redfern-West and managed by him until 2017, it is now a privately owned limited liability corporation with offices in London and Washington, DC. In addition to its main list of publications, Academica publishes several imprints in subject areas of special interest, including St. James's Studies in World Affairs, W. B. Sheridan Law Books, Bethesda Scientific, Pastoral School Orthodox Christian Studies, and an Irish studies series under the imprint of Maunsel, the original publisher of James Joyce and William Butler Yeats.

Academica Press
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationWashington, D.C. and London
DistributionPublishers Storage & Shipping (North America)
Eurospan Group (Europe, Asia/Pacific)
Gardners (UK)[1]
Publication typesBooks, Journals
Fiction genresNon-Fiction
ImprintsSt. James's Studies in World Affairs, Maunsel & Co., W. B. Sheridan Law Books, Bethesda Scientific, Pastoral School Orthodox Christian Studies

Notable recent authors have included Chechen independence leader Akhmed Zakayev, Romanian diplomat and intelligence official George Maior, Czech dissident and post-communist diplomat Martin Palouš, the Irish United Nations and Sovereign Military Order of Malta diplomat and heraldist Francis Martin O'Donnell, and the political philosopher Juliana Geran Pilon.

Academica also publishes the Journal of Intelligence and Cyber Security, edited by University of Cambridge academic Professor Neil Kent.


  1. ^ "How to Order". Academica Press. Retrieved 2017-10-26.

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