A selection of self-published academic titles
Academic writers are already turning to self publishing
In all fields, from scientific disciplines through social sciences and
economics, to the arts and humanities, academics worldwide have begun
discover the advantages of self publishing. Sometimes the choice of
self publishing is a choice between self-publishing and traditional
publishing; but for many academic authors the choice is more radical
than that; it is a choice between self publishing and not getting
published at all, or self publishing and costly vanity publishing.
Whatever the author's personal reasons for
choosing self publishing, the results are the same: books and
monographs that can be discovered by readers all over the world.
With specialist niche scientific publications, the choice of
self publishing can also mean the difference between having a work that
is published at a prohibitively expensive cover price by a major
scientific publisher, or having it published for a small fraction of
the price on a self-publishing platform.
Some sample titles that have helped pioneer self publication in
- research and manuals
Descriptive Grammar of English
published using the
KDP platform for paperback and ebook, and Ingramspark for the
hardcover, is with its clear grammar and style
guides, a useful
handbook for any academic writer. The American English version
of this title, A New English Grammar, American edition
is published only on the IngramSpark platform.
The growth and collapse of one American
- the early republic 1790 - 1861
This second volume in the American Nation series focuses on
the common bonds that brought the country together during the Early
Republic, including the importance of liberty and equality.
From Townland to Township: The Irish Community in County Durham
this book examines the historical evidence that made this township such
an attractor for Irish immigrants and considers elements of the social
make-up of the Irish community that settled there.
the Brain: Educational Neuroscience Perspectiv
Programming the Brain: Educational Neuroscience Perspective focuses on
educational neuroscience and human development and is a must-read for
anyone hoping to gain a deeper understanding of what helps individuals
Seemingly random in its width and
breadth, Random Rationality tackles twenty issues from the five
disciplines of Philosophy, Science, Politics, Economics, and Technology
that when woven together paint a picture of the world today.
Modern monetary theory and its critics
Self published by an association of economists that leaves
ownership of a book with the author, but takes on the initial
preparation of the ebook and takes the royalties. Authors may republish
independently after 5 months.
design for chemical engineers
A book for chemical
engineers interested in process design. It is author's hope that this
book will help young graduates to learn the basics of process design,
and will serve as a reference for experience process engineers.
A brisk and engaging introduction
to the mathematics behind the recently established field of Applied
back from the dead?
A political science thesis
published on KDP as an ebook and as a paperback, through the imprint of
an academic network.
List your self-published academic title
In order to illustrate the range of academic titles now being self
published by their authors or academic institutions,
Academic-self-publishing.com is happy to list a selection of
representative titles in the discipliary fields of arts and humanities,
economic and social sciences, and the sciences. To
submit a title for listing, please use the contact information
and texts © Academic-self-publishing.com 2023
Contact admin at academic-self-publishing dot com