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Maney Publishing delivers personalised service to authors, societies, readers and libraries for the publishing and international dissemination of high quality, peer-reviewed scholarship and research. Specialising in print and electronic journal publishing, Maney is committed to technical and editorial innovation combined with traditional values of quality and collaboration.

Maney marks its growth from formation as an imprint in 1997 (from a specialist typesetting and printing company, W. S. Maney & Son Ltd., founded in Leeds, UK, in 1900) to its global role as an international journal publisher. Maney’s portfolio includes more than 150 scholarly journals, most published in partnership with societies, universities, and institutes. Maney’s transition from printing to publishing grew out of long-standing professional relationships with learned societies and academic bodies, built on our capacity for listening closely and responding to societies’ publishing needs.

Maney is an independent publishing company specialising in academic journals in materials science and engineering, the humanities and social sciences, and health science. Maney is committed to publishing high quality journals in print and electronic formats that are international in scope and peer-reviewed. With offices in Leeds and London in the UK, and in Philadelphia in North America, Maney publishes extensively for learned societies, universities and professional bodies around the world.

Many organisations entirely new to the company have entered into publishing agreements in the 21st century: the largest is the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), with whom we recently celebrated 10 years of publishing excellence. On the health science list we have welcomed the Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals, the National Society for Histotechnology, and the Asia Pacific Society for the Study of Speech, Language and Hearing. Heritage conservation societies, both the International and the American Institutes for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, expanded the range of our humanities disciplines in 2013, as did collaborations with six US regional archaeology societies, including the Institute of Andean Studies and the Society for California Archaeology.

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