Rights & Permissions
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ATTN: Rights & Permissions
University of Illinois Press
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Champaign, IL 61820-6903
All books and journals published by the University of Illinois Press (UIP) are protected by copyright. However, in some instances, material may be in the public domain, and you do not need to secure permission from UIP to use material with a copyright date prior to 1923. UIP would appreciate an appropriate acknowledgment of the source.
If you would like to submit a request to reprint material copyrighted by the University of Illinois Press, you may do so by clicking on one of the links below. Select the link that describes the material you wish to use. Please note that many of the illustrations used in UIP books and journals may not be copyrighted by UIP. Please refer to the credit line adjacent to the illustration, as well as the front and back matter of the book, for credit information. You must obtain permission directly from the original source of the illustration. On occasion, maps, tables, and other details may be copyrighted by UIP. Please use the links below for these requests.
Once submitted, your request will be sent to the Permissions Manager and processed in the order in which it was received. Provided your request is complete and your use is approved, a permission contract and invoice will be sent to you via postal service. You will also receive notification if your request is denied.
We strive to respond to your requests as quickly as possible, but response time varies with the number of requests received. Please be sure to allow 3-4 weeks for processing.
Permission to use UIP material for academic courses/coursepacks:
Copyright Clearance Center
If the CCC is unable to grant permission, e-mail, fax, or mail your request to the University of Illinois Press. Please include the following information with your request:
- Title of book or journal (specify volume and number)
- Page numbers and page count
- School, course name, semester, and instructor requesting permission to copy material or place items on reserve
- Approximate number of copies required or number of students taking course
Books for students with disabilities
If you are requesting electronic files of a UIP book for a student with a verified disability, fax or email (UIP-RIGHTS@uillinois.edu) your request on university letterhead with the following information:
- Title of book
- Course and date of intended use