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'''Birkhäuser''' is a former [[Swiss]] [[publisher]] founded in 1879 by [[Emil Birkhäuser]]. It was acquired by [[Springer Science+Business Media]] in 1985. Today it is an [[imprint (trade name)|imprint]] used by two companies in unrelated fields:
* Springer continues to publish science (particularly: history of science, geosciences, computer science) and mathematics books and journals under the Birkhäuser imprint (with a leaf logo) sometimes called Birkhäuser Science.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=About us Journals, Academic Books & Online Media &#124; Birkhäuser | |date= |accessdate=2013-12-31}}</ref><ref name="Fatale">{{cite web|url= |title=Birkhäuser Verlag ist insolvent - buchreport - Nachrichten VerlageNachrichten aus der Buch- und Medienbranche, Marktanalysen und SPIEGEL- Bestseller | |language=German |date= |accessdate=2013-12-31}}</ref>
* Birkhäuser Verlag<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Birkhauser |publisher=Birkhauser |date= |accessdate=2013-12-31}}</ref>&mdash;an architecture and design publishing company was (re)created in 2010 when Springer sold its design and architecture segment to [[ACTAR]].<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Kunstbuch: Jetzt offiziell: Springer zum Birkhäuser-Verkauf an Actar &#124; Verlage | |date= |language=German |accessdate=2013-12-31}}</ref> The resulting Spanish-Swiss company was then called [[ActarBirkhäuser]]. After a bankruptcy,<ref name="Fatale"/> in 2012 Birkhäuser Verlag was sold again, this time to [[De Gruyter]].<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=De Gruyter übernimmt Birkhäuser | |date=2012-04-24 |language=German |accessdate=2013-12-31}}</ref><ref>[ ]{{dead link|date=December 2013}}</ref>