Social Anthropology, the journal of EASA, has joined Berghahn Open Anthro-S2O -- Support the initiative

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Dear colleague,

Starting with Volume 30, Berghahn Journals is the new publisher of Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale, the journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA). The journal will embark on becoming fully open access as a part of the Berghahn Open Anthro – Subscribe to Open (S2O) initiative, which entered its third year in 2022. As one of the top journals in its field, the addition of Social Anthropology to the Berghahn Open Anthro collection reinforces the benefits of S2O, an ever-strengthening model that provides equitable open access through the ongoing support from the library community. S2O benefits include:

  • An opportunity for authors to publish without paying APCs which promotes equity and diversity in scholarly research
  • Using existing workflows for seamless ordering and access logistics for libraries and publishers
  • Providing open content to researchers with limited access to scholarly resources

Please recommend the journal to your library to support the migration to open access:

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Best regards,

Young Lee

Journals Marketing Manager