Canterbury University Press
Established as a publications committee in 1964, Canterbury University Press has operated as a full-time publisher since 1991, producing about eight new books each year. Canterbury University Press publishes a wide range of titles both for the academic and general market and has recognised expertise in natural history, biography, New Zealand and Pacific history, and books about and arising from our region.
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