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Open Access Week is Here!

Berghahn Open Anthro

Happy International Open Access week! This year’s theme is: “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge.” In recognition, Berghahn is excited to introduce Berghahn Open Anthro, a subscribe-to-open pilot launched in partnership with Libraria and Knowledge Unlatched to convert 13 core anthropology journals to open access in 2020!

This model was developed in part through a 2019 ground-breaking collaborative meeting between publishers, libraries, funders, and OA experts that was held at MIT this spring. As a scholar-led publisher whose mission is to advance scholarship and disseminate knowledge, Berghahn is supportive of open access aims and respectful of open access policies. Subscribe-to-open seeks to take what is working well in the current system and applies it to achieving a sustainable and potentially universal model of open access across publications and publishers of all sizes. View the BOA-S2O Collection

Interested in supporting the BOA-S2O pilot for 2020? Please recommend one journal or the entire collection to your library!

Aspasia is now Open Access through Knowledge Unlatched Select

We are also happy to announce Aspasia: The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women’s and Gender History is now Open Access thanks to the generous support from a global network of libraries as part of the Knowledge Unlatched Select initiative. View Volume 13 (2019)

Open Access eBooks

Forthcoming March 2020!
AFTER THE PINK TIDE
Corporate State Formation and New Egalitarianisms in Latin America
Edited by Marina Gold and Alessandro Zagato
Afterword by Bruce Kapferer
Vol. 1, Egalitarianism

Forthcoming February 2020!
COMRADES IN ARMS
Military Masculinities in East German Culture
Tom Smith

CYBORG MIND
What Brain–Computer and Mind–Cyberspace Interfaces Mean for Cyberneuroethics
Calum MacKellar

ENTANGLED ENTERTAINERS
Jews and Popular Culture in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
Klaus Hödl
Translated from the German by Corey Twitchell
Vol. 24, Austrian and Habsburg Studies

GERMANY ON THEIR MINDS
German Jewish Refugees in the United States and Their Relationships with Germany, 1938–1988
Anne C. Schenderlein
Vol. 25, Studies in German History

GOING TO PENTECOST
An Experimental Approach to Studies in Pentecostalism
Annelin Eriksen, Ruy Llera Blanes, and Michelle MacCarthy
Vol. 7, Ethnography, Theory, Experiment

MAKING BODIES KOSHER
The Politics of Reproduction among Haredi Jews in England
Ben Kasstan
Vol. 42, Fertility, Preproduction and Sexuality: Social and Cultural Perspectives

SUBMERGED ON THE SURFACE
The Not-So-Hidden Jews of Nazi Berlin, 1941–1945
Richard N. Lutjens Jr.

THE WITNESS AS OBJECT
Video Testimony in Memorial Museums
Steffi de Jong
Vol. 10, Museums and Collections