ABOUT THE AGREEMENT
OpenEdition Freemium for Journals is a bundle of 184 journals in the Humanities and Social Sciences, published by university presses and small academic publishers. The journals are available in HTML, PDF and ePUB and allow for perpetual access (archival rights).
In 2017, the journal Sociologie du Travail, previously in Science Direct (Elsevier), was included in the collection. Other prestigious titles are Cybergeo, one of first geographical journals on the web (1996), Vertigo, a multidisciplinary journal on environmental sciences (from Canada), and Nuevo Mundo Mundos Nuevos, about America Latina in four languages (French, Spanish, English, Portuguese).
About 80% of the publications are in French, and half of the journals publish regularly in more than one language. Other main languages are English, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
The freemium journal bundle is updated each year on 1 January. New titles for 2023 are: Alter, European Journal of Disability Research (Sociology, Psychology, Educational sciences, Disability), IdeAs (Social sciences, Society, America, Interdisciplinary), Images du travail, travail des images (Art, History, Psychology, Anthropology, Sociology, Law, Multidisciplinary, Sociology of work, Social anthropology, Labour history, Visual studies), La revue de la BNU (Humanities, Information Science & Library Science, Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary, History and sociology of the book, Representation, Heritage) and Revue internationale des études du développement (Sociology of work, Demography, Social anthropology, Migration, immigration, minorities, Geography: society and territory, Economic development, Political sociology).
Humanities, social sciences
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