Berkshire in Translation
Many Berkshire titles, including major encyclopedias, are being translated into Chinese and other languages. Berkshire books are specifically designed for international readers, with a commitment to clarity and an avoidance of purely American interests or perspectives. They are therefore ideal for translation. Here is a selection of books already translated, and we welcome your enquiries about rights to books listed in this catalog. Foreign rights enquiries are handled at our Great Barrington office: email@example.com.
To use chapters or articles for teaching, or republication in other books, payment is based on quantity and other factors. The simplest way to use Berkshire materials legally is to go through Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), though in special cases you may want to come directly to us. CCC operates internationally and is widely used by schools, colleges, and corporations.
Permissions at Copyright Clearance Center
Here’s how to Use the CCC’s Republication Service®.
1. Search for the Berkshire book you wish to re-use by ISBN or title on www.copyright.com.
2. Once the desired title has been selected, select the intended use from the options provided and click ‘Price & Order’.
3. Enter the details regarding the use to receive a price quote. You will need to create an account on www.copyright.com to complete your request. Please be sure to read and accept the Terms and Conditions of the permissions grant prior to completing your request.
If you are unable to complete your request through www.copyright.com, please email details of the publication and intended re-use to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be glad to help.