New OA Textbook in Art History: Kontextualisering (Contextualisation) #newbook #oabooks

One of the most common Concepts in Humanities This book is about a concept which is constantly used in many different ways, but also one of the most common concepts in humanities: context. However, the significance and use of this concept shifts between disciplines, and sometimes within the same discipline. All chapters in this edited … More New OA Textbook in Art History: Kontextualisering (Contextualisation) #newbook #oabooks

What became of Stockholm’s children of 1953 in later life? #oabooks #OA

George Miller talks to Sten-Åke Stenberg in the podcast The hedgehog & the fox, about the monograph Born in 1953: The story about a post-war Swedish cohort. ‘Sweden was a country in which everything seemed to be changing for the better, a country on its way to becoming modern.’ (Sten-Åke Stenberg)     “This is … More What became of Stockholm’s children of 1953 in later life? #oabooks #OA

Stockholm University Press Enables Annotation with Hypothesis on eBooks

Guest blog post, by Nate Angell, Hypotheses Hypothesis is pleased to announce that annotation is now available across all electronic files of books and articles published by Stockholm University Press. Annotation enables researchers and readers to more easily utilize this powerful tool to create private notes, establish private collaboration groups, or provide public feedback. Stockholm … More Stockholm University Press Enables Annotation with Hypothesis on eBooks

You can’t buy me… – the value of a year from a non-profit university press perspective

The Stockholm University Press team has in the past year seen the result of the hard work of authors and editors, which meant that we could publish nine books in three languages, with topics spanning from the performing arts to the art of teaching. We now have a total of 22 books published, and this … More You can’t buy me… – the value of a year from a non-profit university press perspective

New book from Stockholm University Press: Born in 1953: The story about a post-war Swedish cohort, and a longitudinal research project, by Sten-Åke Stenberg #newbook #oabooks

A dramatic history of a sociological study – Project Metropolitan At the beginning of the 1960s, Swedish researchers started a sociological study of all children born in Stockholm in 1953, Project Metropolitan. This monograph describes the project’s at times dramatic history, where issues of personal integrity and the role of social sciences were heavily debated. These … More New book from Stockholm University Press: Born in 1953: The story about a post-war Swedish cohort, and a longitudinal research project, by Sten-Åke Stenberg #newbook #oabooks

New Book from Stockholm University Press: Pour une généalogie critique de la Francophonie #newbook #oabooks #peerreview

The monograph Pour une généalogie critique de la Francophonie, by Christophe Premat, studies the genesis of the institutions of the Francophonie at the time of independence of African countries in the sixties. Based on geopolitical analysis and postcolonial theories, the author reassesses the position of France which officially distanced itself from this multilateral organization. France controlled … More New Book from Stockholm University Press: Pour une généalogie critique de la Francophonie #newbook #oabooks #peerreview

Stockholm University Press publishes its 20th Open Access book: World Literatures: Exploring the Cosmopolitan-Vernacular Exchange #oabooks #peerreview

We are happy to announce that Stockholm University press publishes its 20th fully Open Access book, the edited volume: World Literatures: Exploring the Cosmopolitan-Vernacular Exchange, edited by Stefan Helgesson, Annika Mörte Alling, Yvonne Lindqvist, and Helena Wulf. Questioning the paradigm of World Literatures Placing itself within the burgeoning field of world literary studies, the organising principle of … More Stockholm University Press publishes its 20th Open Access book: World Literatures: Exploring the Cosmopolitan-Vernacular Exchange #oabooks #peerreview

Celebrating #UPWeek: Stockholm University Press proud of authors choosing Open Access #OA #OABooks #ReadUP #TurnItUP

By Christina Lenz, Managing Editor of Books at Stockholm University Press This year’s University Press Week 2018 we would like to thank all our authors – researchers from Stockholm University and all around the world. The theme of this years’s #UPWeek is #TurnItUP. We celebrate the work University Presses do to publish the work of … More Celebrating #UPWeek: Stockholm University Press proud of authors choosing Open Access #OA #OABooks #ReadUP #TurnItUP

Open Access Week 2018 – reflections from #COASP10 – the open access movement lives

10th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (University of Vienna, Austria) By Christina Lenz, Managing Editor of books at Stockholm University Press I did not have any expectations going to my first COASP in Riga 2013. I was new at Stockholm University Library, and to the business of open access publishing. I came to Stockholm … More Open Access Week 2018 – reflections from #COASP10 – the open access movement lives

Open access books on the agenda – 20th #oabook – celebrating #OAWeek

By Christina Lenz, Managing Editor of Books at Stockholm University Press The next book published at Stockholm University Press will be the 20th. Two more titles are on their way, which means that this year we will have published 22 books altogether. Our previous record was publishing five new titles a year. This year we … More Open access books on the agenda – 20th #oabook – celebrating #OAWeek