|Parent company||Bloomsbury Publishing|
|Founded||1821Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom)(in|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Headquarters location||London, WC1|
|Publication types||Academic journals, books|
The founder was Thomas Clark, who had a Free Church of Scotland background and the company was originally concerned with law and foreign literature.
In the 1830s, it began to develop a theology list, taking a progressive Evangelical stance and at times, publishing books that were not likely to make a profit. Its most substantial projects were the English translation of the Ante-Nicene Fathers and the Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics. These were only viable because of the existence of a large American market; however, in the 1880s the firm got into a dispute with the Fleming H. Revell Company, over the American firm's copyright violation of some of T&T Clark's titles. The Ante-Nicene Library was bootlegged by the Christian Literature Publishing Company, based in New York City, New York. However, this did not prevent T&T Clark from doing business with them.
In 2003, the three religious academic imprints of Sheffield Academic Press, Trinity Press International and T&T Clark were united under one imprint. Continuum was acquired by Bloomsbury Publishing in 2011.
Dempster, John A. H. (1992). The T. & T. Clark Story – A Victorian Publisher and the New Theology – With an Epilogue Covering the Twentieth-Century History of the Firm. Edinburgh: Pentland Press (via Google Books). ISBN 978-1-872795-09-6.