Cardiff University Press


Cardiff University Press (CardiffUP) is an innovative, online, open-access publisher of academic research, run on a “free-in, free-out” basis, for the benefit of authors and readers.

Established in 2014, this is a joint initiative of Cardiff University Library Service and academics from a number of schools within the University.

Cardiff University Press was launched with peer-reviewed journals only, but our longer-term aim is to bring quality monographs, books and research outputs with alternative, non-traditional formats to an online readership.

Our policy is to make all our online publications genuinely open-access (free to read), but also to extend this principle to authors: we do not charge them for basic publication services, as many commercial academic publishers do.

We are seeking to expand our list of journals, working paper series and conference proceedings, and would welcome proposals for new work. Please visit our contact page to get in touch.

Please note:  Some backfiles of our publications have not yet been uploaded here.  Do check this page from time to time for more content - thank you.

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Asian Literature and Translation journal

Asian Literature and Translation

Asian Literature and Translation offers high quality translations of Asian literary sources and reflections on the theoretical and practical issues that attend upon translation (both in the past and present).

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The British Student Doctor

IMPORTANT NOTICE: We have now launched our new online journal platform, available at https://thebsdj.cardiffuniversitypress.org. Please use this new system for all new submissions to the journal. Submissions currently going through the review process will remain on this current platform until they reach the copyediting stage.

The British Student Doctor is a high quality, open access, biannual, peer-reviewed, general medical journal, which publishes articles written primarily by medical students. In addition to publishing original research and systematic reviews, we also provide a platform to medical students to express original thought and reflections on clinical practice, student life and medical education.

All of our content is fully open access, available without subscription and with no authorship charges. All articles published in The British Student Doctor go through a rigorous peer-review process, led by our student editorial team. The governance of the journal is overseen by our faculty advisory board, and we are published by Cardiff University Press and funded by Cardiff University School of Medicine.

For more information, please visit our homepage at www.bsdj.org.uk.

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European Sources Online

European Sources Online is a web-based, daily-updated service providing access to substantive information on the countries and regions of Europe, on issues of interest to researchers, citizens and stakeholders in Europe, and the activities of international organisations working in Europe with a particular focus on the European Union. You can access information from a unique range of sources including EU and national official sources, think tanks, professional associations, news sources, blogs, academic periodicals and monographs.  In addition, ESO compiles a series of Information Guides covering EU Institutions and Policies, the countries of Europe, Topics in the News etc.

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JOMEC Journal

JOMEC Journal is an online, open-access and peer reviewed journal dedicated to publishing the highest quality innovative academic work in Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.

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Journal for Late Antique Religion and Culture

The Journal for Late Antique Religion and Culture is a full text open access online journal, edited by members and associates of the Centre for Late Antique Religion and Culture and published by Cardiff University Press.

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