Sydney University Press benefits from relationships with various organisations involved in research, publishing, printing and rights.
AustLit is a non-profit collaboration between eight Australian Universities and the National Library of Australia providing authoritative information on hundreds of thousands of creative and critical Australian literature works relating to more than 75,000 Australian authors and literary organisations.
SUP and AustLit have created the AustLit Series, a selection of important Australian literature, suitable for high school and academic study.
Copyright Agency is an Australian copyright management company whose role is to provide a bridge between creators and users of copyright material.
SUP and the Copyright Agency worked together on the Classic Australian Works series, bringing out-of-print literature permanently back in print.
Haecceity Inc. was founded in 2005 by Daniel Pavlovits in association with the members of the Haecceity Inc. Advisory Board, in order to establish a portal and voice for critical architecture theory in our time. The aim of the Haecceity project is to contribute pertinent themes in architectural theory to academic discourse, and by doing so vitalise the discipline of architectural theory, and indeed architectural practice, at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Sydney University Press has been the print partner for the Haecceity journal and selected Haecceity books since 2005.