New collections by Westminster Press: Deliberate Democracy and Active Travel Studies

New collections by Westminster Press: Deliberate Democracy and Active Travel Studies

ScienceOpen Collections are thematic groups of research papers drawn from a variety of journals or publishers. In the case of the University of Westminster Press, the UWP super collection combines six individual journal collections.

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Explore law content on ScienceOpen

Explore law content on ScienceOpen

We have previously written on our blog about our content covering fields such as humanities, biology, agriculture, and rare disease research, and today we would like to promote some of the law-related content that has been featured in various topical collections from prestigious university presses, research institutions, and publishing houses.

New Books in humanities and social sciences by Peter Lang

New Books in humanities and social sciences by Peter Lang

ScienceOpen worked closely with Peter Lang Group to present a glimpse into the publisher’s editorial program and rich content in a featured collection, with titles available in both English and Spanish. These new book titles will be adding valuable insights not only to our book network but also to our multilingual content, thus making research more accessible for the diverse audiences that use ScienceOpen in their line of academic engagement.

Celebrating books on ScienceOpen ahead of the London Book Fair

Celebrating books on ScienceOpen ahead of the London Book Fair

We are very excited to be joining London Book Fair next week, and in today’s blog post, we would like to highlight our diverse and impressive book content, which has been featured in tens of collections and includes publishers from all over the world.

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New interdisciplinary journal on African and Black Diasporic Studies

New interdisciplinary journal on African and Black Diasporic Studies

ScienceOpen is pleased to welcome the Tubman Institute and their research into our discovery environment by dedicating a collection to the HTI Journal of African and Black Diasporic Studies/La revue des études africaines et de la diaspora noire, drawing on interdisciplinary insights from a variety of intellectual traditions and appealing to a diverse readership.