Agreement duration: The UNSW agreement is from 1st January 2022 - 31st December 2022.
Summary: Brill publishes journals, books and reference works within the humanities and social science disciplines. The agreement offers UNSW corresponding authors open access publishing in the 30 journals UNSW has read access to in 2022 at no charge to the author.
Titles included: The journals included in the agreement are:
African and Asian Studies
European Journal of Health Law
Global Responsibility to Protect
Insect Systematics & Evolution
International Community Law Review
International Criminal Law Review
International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution
Journal of Chinese Overseas
Journal of Cognition and Culture
Journal of Moral Philosophy
Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication
Nordic Journal of International Law
Perspectives on Global Development and Technology
Research in Phenomenology
Society & Animals
The International Journal of Children's Rights
The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
The Journal of World Investment & Trade
The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
Tijdschrift voor Entomologie
Number of included articles: There is no limit on the number of articles that can be published by UNSW corresponding authors under the agreement.
How to submit your article for open access publishing:
Follow Brill’s usual article submission process via the journal’s homepage.
On acceptance of the article, the UNSW corresponding author completes a form (publishing agreement).
To comply with the Open Access policy the UNSW corresponding author will need to retain the rights to either the Published Version of Record or Author Accepted Manuscript, and deposit into UNSWorks using a CC-BY licence.
The APC will then be waived for authors who
used their UNSW institutional email address and
selected UNSW as their institutional affiliation.
Corresponding authors must use their UNSW email address when submitting an article for publication in order for the publication to be approved to be published open access with no transactional APCs.
Corresponding authors should not use personal email addresses (e.g., Hotmail, Gmail).