Rights and Permissions

Quotation and Excerption Rights

Outside the scope of Fair Use, written permission is required to quote or excerpt portions of Texas Tech University Press publications for use in other works, including print and non-print formats, in English or translation. Please be sure your request includes:

Information about the material you wish to use:

  • Author or editor
  • Complete title
  • Year of publication
  • Page numbers and, if applicable, figure or illustration numbers

Information about your project:

  • Your publisher
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  • Your author or editor
  • Date to be published
  • Price
  • Manuscript length and number of pages of printed book
  • Distribution (e.g., U.S. only, world)
  • Format (e.g., paperback, paperback and cloth, cloth only)
  • Print-run

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Photocopy/Course Reserve Permissions

To reproduce and distribute portions of text from Texas Tech University Press publications for educational course and seminar use by students, professors, universities, and libraries, please contact the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC):

Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.
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Telephone: (978) 750-8400
Fax: (978) 750-4470

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AAUP Copyright Resources

Texas Tech University Press is a member of the American Association of University Presses, an organization that offers a wealth of information regarding rights and permissions. Visit their Copyright and Permissions Resources page to learn more: http://aaupwiki.princeton.edu/index.php/AAUPnet.org_Resources.

Subsidiary Rights

Please contact Texas Tech University Press for the following uses of Texas Tech University Press material:
Translation of a Texas Tech University Pressbook.
English language reprints of a Texas Tech University Press book.
Film and dramatic rights for a Texas Tech University Press book.
Reprinting an entire out-of-print Texas Tech University Press book.

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