Crowdfunding Campaign for Open Access Book – Essays in Anarchism and Religion: Volume III

The edited volume Essays in Anarchism and Religion: Volume III will be published by Stockholm University Press in June 2020. The editors Alex Christoyannopoulos and Matthew S Adams are now seeking crowdfunding to help publish this volume to cover the production costs.

Help funding – this is what you get

This is what the editors of the book offer you if help out with funding:

  1. Your name in gratitude in the book and an email with a link to it as soon as it’s published for £10.
  2. Your name in the book, an email with the link when published, and a hard copy delivered to your door for £25.
  3. Your name in the book, an email with the link when published, a hard copy, and a free (optional) 30 minute Skype session with us once the book is published (to talk about the book or the crowdfunding experience) for £100.
  4. Your name in the book, an email with the link when published, a hard copy, a free (optional) 30 minute Skype session with us, and your institutional logo in the book in a special acknowledgements section for £250.

For more information about the project and to pledge support, visit the Indiegogo page.

Open Access book

The book will be published Open Access with a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (CC BY), and on the Stockholm University Press website anyone will be able to download an ePub or pdf-file that allows you to read the book online or access it on multiple devices for free. You may also also order a print copy of the book.

Stockholm Studies in Comparative Religion

Essays in Anarchism and Religion: Volume III will be published in the peer-reviewed book series Stockholm Studies in Comparative Religion, by Stockholm University Press. Volume I was published in 2017 and and Volume II in 2018.

About the publisher Stockholm University Press

Stockholm University Press (SUP) is an open access publisher of peer-reviewed academic journals and books. We aim to make journals and books affordable, and to give them the widest possible dissemination, so that researchers around the world can find and access the information they need without barriers.


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