New Book from Stockholm University Press: The Fifth and Final Volume of Ars Edendi Lecture Series

This Ars Edendi Lecture Series Volume V  is the final volume of lectures on textual criticism and classical philology given within the framework of the Ars edendi research programme (2008-2015), edited by Erika Kihlman and Denis Searby. The topics of this volume include: The challenges and pitfalls of editing fragmentary texts, an homage and apology … More New Book from Stockholm University Press: The Fifth and Final Volume of Ars Edendi Lecture Series

Ny bok – “Uppkomsten av ett professionellt medicinskt fält” – presenterar professionsforskning med ett nytt perspektiv

Boken handlar om det svenska medicinska fältets framväxt och professionalisering från medeltid till 1990-tal, med fokus på tre av dess yrken som varit aktiva där nämligen läkare, sjuksköterskor och biomedicinska analytiker (tidigare laboratorieassistenter). … More Ny bok – “Uppkomsten av ett professionellt medicinskt fält” – presenterar professionsforskning med ett nytt perspektiv

New Open Access Book: Third Volume of Essays in Anarchism and Religion #OAbooks

Mysticism and spiritual anarchism This Open Access Edited Volume, Essays in Anarchism and Religion Volume III, focuses on individuals, such as Abraham Heyn, Leo Tolstoy, Herbert Read, Daniel Guérin and Martin Buber. One essay reflects specifically on the affinities between mysticism and anarchism, and one surveying the vast territory of spiritual anarchism. Critique of contemporary … More New Open Access Book: Third Volume of Essays in Anarchism and Religion #OAbooks

Freely available new research in the field of home languages – Journal of Home Language Research signs contract with Stockholm University Press

  Stockholm University Press recently acquired The Journal of Home Language Research (JHLR), an international, double-blind peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Previously published at the University of Canterbury (New Zealand) and at Uppsala University, the content from JHLR has always been available to download for free. The journal publishes original research in all areas related to … More Freely available new research in the field of home languages – Journal of Home Language Research signs contract with Stockholm University Press

Open Access publishing and digital workflows essential during COVID-19 crisis

Stockholm University Press’ mission to promote the importance of Open Access publishing is becoming more of a priority in the current COVID-19 crisis. The Press aims to provide researchers with an alternative route to publishing peer-reviewed articles and books making the content accessible for anyone free from paywalls, without compromising on the academic rigour and … More Open Access publishing and digital workflows essential during COVID-19 crisis

Togetherness & Work in Progress – Ongoing Author Survey about Scholarly Communication in the HSS in Collaboration with OPERAS

Stockholm University Press is still under development, as it takes time to build a trustworthy brand and fine-tune the processes to serve the academic community with relevant publications. This means that we constantly need to revise our workflows and develop the routines together with researchers from the Editorial Boards and the Publishing Committee. Rigorous peer … More Togetherness & Work in Progress – Ongoing Author Survey about Scholarly Communication in the HSS in Collaboration with OPERAS

Stockholm University Press part of Erasmus Staff Week on Open Science

By Christina Lenz, Managing Editor at Stockholm University Press ‘I’m full of inspiration and I will bring it back to my institution, hoping it will help us to develop Open Science and Open Access in my country. Thank you!’ In September Stockholm University Library hosted an Erasmus Staff Week for Librarians Towards Open Science. Strengthening … More Stockholm University Press part of Erasmus Staff Week on Open Science

Misconceptions and how to make invisible work visible – Part 2 take-aways from 2nd AEUP Conference #AEUP19

Blog post by Christina Lenz, Managing Editor at Stockholm University Press University Presses need to make their work visible and give each other feedback on what they do. We can all learn from each other and keep up the good work of publishing high-quality scholarly work. However, there are misconceptions about what we do and … More Misconceptions and how to make invisible work visible – Part 2 take-aways from 2nd AEUP Conference #AEUP19

Together we can make a difference glocally – Part 1 take-aways from the 2nd AEUP Conference #AEUP19

Blog post by Christina Lenz, Managing Editor at Stockholm University Press How do university presses adapt to changes and what does it take to be seen as a professional university press? That was on the agenda when 53 conference participants from university presses and other stakeholders met in the beautiful city of Brno to discuss … More Together we can make a difference glocally – Part 1 take-aways from the 2nd AEUP Conference #AEUP19

Data Management Plans and its part of Open Science and OA publishing – Developments in Sweden #OA #opendata #DMP

Worldwide the Open Science and Open Access publishing paradigm has only in recent years significantly affected researchers work. Several initiatives and policies in Europe aim to help the shift to Open Science. Support services have been developed to guide researchers into the management of scholarly publications and research data since also funders nowadays demand a … More Data Management Plans and its part of Open Science and OA publishing – Developments in Sweden #OA #opendata #DMP