Publish with SAS

The School of Advanced Study's publishing activities are conducted by each individual institute locally. Each institute publishes according to its own criteria and policies, including any relevant open access publishing fees.

If you are interested in publishing with an institute not listed below, please contact the relevant institute publishing staff directly. Information may be found on the separate SAS institute homepages.

Open access publishing programmes currently exist within the following institutes:

  • Institute of Historical Research
  • Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

 

Institute of Historical Research (history.ac.uk)

Welcomes submissions and proposals for monographs, textbooks, edited volumes and other scholarly works, including shorter form books and reference materials. Submissions will be considered by the publications team and IHR Publications Board, where applicable as well as undergoing independent peer review.

All queries and proposals for the open access history programme should be submitted to the Publishing Manager, Jon Newbury via email: jonathan.newbury@sas.ac.uk.

More information about the IHR open access programme can be found at history.ac.uk.

Early Career Researchers: Proposals from early career researchers should be submitted to the New Historical Perspectives series, managed by the Royal Historical Society at royalhistsoc.org/publications/new-historical-perspectives.

  

Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (ials.sas.ac.uk

Welcomes submissions and proposals for monographs, textbooks, edited volumes and other scholarly works, including shorter form books, reference materials and born-digital content. Submissions for consideration by the IALS Editorial Board will be accepted from individual authors and editors, both within and external to the University of London, and a publishing service will also be provided to learned societies and organisations.

All queries and proposals should be submitted in the first instance to Steve Whittle via email: steven.whittle@sas.ac.uk.

More information about the IALS open access programme can be found at ials.sas.ac.uk.