Translations

Hundreds of Oxford University Press books and Oxford Journals in humanities, social sciences, medicine, science, popular science, general trade, and reference are translated into other languages each year and published by companies who have licensed the translation rights from Oxford University Press.

The Translations Team look after the subsidiary rights for titles from Oxford University Press, Oxford University Press USA and Oxford Journals. Please refer translation queries for the UK, US and Oxford Journals to the Translations Team which will be primarily based in the UK Contact us

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Members of our Translations Team attend the Frankfurt and London Book Fairs and will be delighted to meet with you to discuss book and Oxford Journal Content.

Please contact us directly if you would like to arrange a meeting to discuss our exciting range of new and forthcoming titles for translation

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Favourite Choice - "Your Genes, Your Health: A Critical Family Guide That Could Save Your Life"

New advances in genetics have dramatically expanded our ability to avoid, prevent, diagnose, and treat a wide range of disorders. Now, more than ever, families need to know about these new discoveries, especially as there are some 7,000 rare genetic diseases that afflict about 1 in 12 of us.

In this work, Aubrey Milunsky provides an invaluable and authoritative guide to what you should know about your genes. Illustrated with poignant family histories that underscore the lifesaving importance of knowing one's family medical history and ethnic origin, the book highlights the importance of recognizing seemingly unrelated disorders in a family as due to the same gene mutation and it outlines the key genetic tests needed for diagnosis, detection of carriers, and prenatal diagnosis. Many genetic disorders are discussed including cancer, heart disease, autism, mental illness, birth defects, neurologic disorders, diabetes, obesity and much more.

The Message is clear - know your feamily history, be cognizant of your ethnic origins, seek appropriate consultations, and opt for meaningful genetic tests.

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Monthly Highlights:

Every month we bring you a selection of exciting titles from some of our best authors...

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Taylor - The Brain Supremacy Burlingame - The Music of James Bond Clapham - Brierly's Law of Nations

Titles You Might Have Missed

Some of our most popular titles which you might not have seen...

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Scerri - The Periodic Table Oliver - The Oxford Companion to Beer Robin - Reactionary Mind

Our highlights lists are updated at least twice a year, so it is always useful to return to these pages to review our choice of OUP highlighted titles. For a wider range of our books, please use the advanced search options.



Contact us

If you are interested in translating an Oxford University Press book or an Oxford Journal article, please follow our instructions below:

Translators It is our policy to contract directly with a foreign language publisher and not individuals. Before any work is carried out, we ask that you first find a registered publishing company willing to publish the translation. Once you have found a publisher, please ask them to contact Oxford University Press to see if the rights are available in the chosen language.

Publishing Companies If you are already considering a particular text for your publishing programme, it is useful to let us know some basic details; Full reference for the work (author, full title, ISBN and year of publication), initial print run, estimated local retail price, target publication date, some background information about your company and how you propose to sell and market the work.

The Translations Team can be contacted via the folllowing address:Translations Mailbox

If you are interested in licensing Translation rights, please contact the appropriate contact for your language.

Contacts:

  • Emma Gier on maternity leave
  • Jennifer Child Russian, Italian, Japanese and French
  • Kate Johnson-Gilbert Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese (Complex and Simplified)
  • Jan Crosser Dutch, Nordic Languages, Eastern European Languages, and South East Asian Languages, Korean and Greek
  • Theo Jones German, Turkish and Middle Eastern languages
  • You can also fax us at (+44) 1865 353 429

    Send correspondence to:

    Global Buiness Development and Rights Group
    Oxford University Press
    Clarendon Street
    Oxford OX2 6DP, UK

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