An ongoing look at the partner publishers available through GVRL.
By Melissa Rayner
Founded in 1955, ABC-CLIO is named for the Greek muse that inspired history, thus symbolizing the company’s origins in publishing historical literature and bibliographies. Today, ABC-CLIO is a leading publisher of both print and digital materials of reference, contemporary thought, and professional development for academic, school, and public librarians.
ABC-Clio organizes their current publishing into four imprints—ABC-CLIO, Greenwood, Praeger, Libraries Unlimited/Linworth—that focus primarily on the social sciences, humanities, and professional librarianship.
What’s available on GVRL?
ABC-CLIO titles are available in 4 academic and 6 public library eBook collections. View the complete list of collections here.
You can see the complete list of ABC-CLIO titles currently available on the GVRL site. New titles will be added as they become available.
About the Author
Melissa is obsessed with books, birds, and bonbons. She is a new mom and holds an MA in Applied Sociology. She also writes fiction and skips about the interweb as Emlyn Chand.