Open Access

Open Access at the School of Advanced Study

The School of Advanced Study is dedicated to publishing via Open Access. Since 1996, Reviews in History has published book reviews on an Open Access platform. Since 2010, our institutional repository SAS-Space has provided a permanent online archive for humanities research outputs, including articles and data, while SAS Open Journals offers a system for editing, producing and hosting Open Access journals.

In compliance with current Research Councils UK (RCUK) policy on open access, the School has published a statement on Open Access which we will be continually reviewing. We encourage all staff to consider Open Access in their approach to publication and offer both 'Gold' and 'Green' route options.

Read the School of Advanced Study's statement on Open Access.

Information for staff and students

Read more about publishing open access at the School of Advanced Study, and RCUK requirements and procedure, on the University of London website.

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