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A Global Audience.
A Network of Experts and Partners
Introducing Britannica Knowledge Experts
Since 1768, Encyclopædia Britannica has worked with the world’s premier partner institutions and experts – from public servants, social leaders, and heads of state to professional athletes, pioneering artists, Nobel Prize winners, scholars and independent writers, and graduate students, as well as niche craftsmen, hobbyists, and specialists of all kinds.
These assorted experts have contributed to Britannica’s expanding knowledge footprint, all with the goal of helping the world’s curious-minded seek and find information with confidence.
We’re proud of our publishing partners and are thrilled to expand our program to introduce our new Britannica Knowledge Experts (BKE) network. BKE is integral to the mission of Britannica and to supporting the needs of our growing audience around the world.
We serve the curious
We serve readers whose passions drive them to seek new information they can trust, from an authority they can rely on.
We serve fact-seekers, answer-seekers, and critical thinkers who want to go beyond a first-page search listing.
We serve educators globally who teach the future generation of leaders and can do so through the tools and platform we provide them.
We work with powerful partners
American Chemical SocietyA force for good The world’s largest scientific society and one of the leading sources of authoritative scientific information.
University of California, BerkeleyThe No. 1-ranked public university in the world. Sharing their latest research with Britannica via video.
Society for Military HistoryA revered international association of the foremost scholars, writers, and independent researchers working in the field of military history today.
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We learn from leading voices
The eminent experts who contribute to Britannica products today extend the company’s long tradition, begun in 1768, of working with the world’s best and brightest. This stellar list of contributors includes more than a hundred Nobel laureates, five presidents of the United States, countless Pulitzer Prize winners, and many others of international renown.
- Madeleine Albright
- Sir Alexander Fleming
- John Kennedy
- Martin Scorsese
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize
Truth and Reconciliation Commission, South Africa
Former U.S. president
Simon Baron Cohen of Cambridge University
Noted autism expert
The Autism Spectrum
Nobel laureate and activist against landmines
Toward a Land Mine-Free World
Historian and Pulitzer Prize winner
Former U.S. President
Camp David Accords
Betty Boyd Caroli
Historian and biographer of U.S. first ladies
Noted musician and jazz historian
Former U.S. secretary of energy and Nobel laureate in physics
Former Chrysler chairman
Walter P. Chrysler
Columbia University historian
Economist and former head of the president’s council of economic advisors
Chess grandmaster and writer
Hall of Fame basketball player and writer
New York Rens
And we're looking for new voices.
The world is an expansive place with limitless topics for us to tackle together. We know there’s more to explore, more to uncover, more of our exciting work yet to be imagined.
And that’s where you come in.
Get to know the editorial team spearheading the Britannica Knowledge Network and learn more about how you can get involved.