Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. The first book was printed in Oxford in 1478, two years after the printing press came to England. Today OUP has offices in 53 countries, publishes in more than 90 languages, and is the world’s largest university press.  OUP Pakistan was founded 1952 and is committed to promoting reading, and improving education and the intellectual quality of life in Pakistan. It has gained a reputation for publishing academic, general, and reference books which are considered authoritative and definitive works on Pakistan. It has an extensive school and higher education publishing programme of high-quality books cognizant of the local environment.

Included in the countless praise earned by OUP Pakistan are the congratulations sent by British Poet Laureate Ted Hughes on the series of poetry books written in English by Pakistanis (postcard from Ted Hughes to OUP Pakistan sent in 1997, the year of Pakistan's 50th birthday). Dr Ralph Braibanti of Duke University, NC wrote: The contribution made by OUP Pakistan to Pakistan Studies is remarkable. Your steady flow of first-rate scholarly studies constitute the major corpus of research on Pakistan which no scholar can ignore. You have transformed the field from one of intellectual aridity to one of verdant respectability (1997 letter to OUP Pakistan).  In April 2014 Oxford University Press Pakistan won the UK Publishers Association Copyright Protection Award at the London Book Fair's inaugural International Book Industry Excellence Awards. 

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