Rights & Permissions

For extracts that fall under fair dealing, you must make full acknowledgement of the author, title and Edward Elgar Publishing. You do not need to request formal permission or pay fees. Fair dealing covers text reproduced for the purposes of criticism, review, non-commercial research or the reporting of current events.

If the rights you are looking for are not available please contact: [email protected]

Authors reusing their own material


Please visit our author self archiving and reuse page to find out when you need to request permission. This covers self archiving, reuse in new books that you are authoring or editing, reusing parts in journal articles, reusing figures and tables, use in presentations, teaching, course packs and PhD thesis.

 

Requesting accessible formats for print-disabled readers

We work with RNIB Bookshare to provide our book titles in accessible formats. If your library has already purchased a print or ebook version of an Elgar title RNIB Bookshare can provide you with a digital copy that can be read electronically or adapted to suit the personal reading needs of learners. 
 
The service enables learners who cannot read standard print, including those with dyslexia or sight loss, to read the same books at the same time as their peers, giving them the same educational opportunities.

Libraries should visit rnibbookshare.org to set up their account and start downloading resources. 
 
You can contact the RNIB Bookshare team by emailing [email protected] or calling 0300 3030 8313.