Brill | Fink publications have been an integral part of the humanities for 60 years. With around 100 newly published books a year and a number of journals, the publishing house, which was established by Wilhelm Fink in 1962, occupies a firm place in literary and cultural studies, art and media studies and philosophy
Initially based in Munich, now located in Paderborn together with the Schöningh and mentis imprints, Brill | Fink supplies the academic world with carefully managed, high-quality electronic and printed publications - increasingly also in Open Access.
Brill | Fink is a member and shareholder of UTB, a successful German marketing and sales organization for university textbooks.
Meet Brill | Fink‘s acquisitions editor Henning Siekmann at this year's annual conference of the Gesellschaft für Musikforschung (GfM)! The conference will take place from 04.10. to 07.10.2023 at the Institute of Musicology at the Universität des Saarlandes. The main topics will be the possibilities of digital music analysis and the music of France. Henning Siekmann is looking forward to a personal exchange with you and will be happy to discuss any ideas for upcoming smaller and larger projects.
12 July 2023
Buchpräsentation zur unserer neuen Reihe Architektur der Medien – Medien der Architektur
We mourn the loss of our author Hugo Schmale, who passed away on February 15, 2023 at the age of 91. We would like to express our sympathy and heartfelt condolences to all relatives and mourners.
Hugo Schmale studied psychology and psychiatry as well as philosophy at the University of Innsbruck. In 1958, he completed a doctorate on "The Significance of Surface Colors for Perception." For more than 20 years he held the chair of industrial psychology at the University of Hamburg. His main areas of research were the psychology of work and that of love, for which he developed a wide variety of tests, including one on vocational aptitude.