Amsterdam University Press (AUP) introducing Conference Proceedings offer

Amsterdam University Press, an established and leading publisher of academic books, journals and textbooks in the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) is introducing the Open Access publication of Conference Proceedings to its programme. AUP’s Conference Proceedings Series offer a qualitative, fast, and efficient publication service to conference organizers specializing in HSS. 

Why publish a Conference Proceedings?

Conference proceedings allow researchers to present and share a first version of the results of their ongoing research to their fellow researchers. OA publication of proceedings papers allows for a fast and maximum visibility and discoverability of their ongoing research work.

Benefits for the research community

  • Increased readership, usage and citation, as a conference paper will be freely available online in Open Access not only for the conference participants but for a far wider and more diverse audience.
  • Submission of a paper to relevant indexation databases thus maximising discoverability.
  • Publication by a leading University Press, assuring the integrity and academic quality of the proceedings. 

Benefits for the conference organisers

  • The organisers, often institutions or societies, can benefit from publishing the proceedings as it creates additional awareness, prestige and value to the conference. 

Proceedings’ Services

As part of our proceedings package AUP ensures a professional and permanent hosting of your proceedings, plagiarism checks of all papers, registration of ISBN and DOIs, submission to major indexes incl. Google Scholar, EBSCO, CrossRef, DOAB, ProQuest ExLibris Primo, CNKI and CPCI-SSH. 

Proceedings Proposal

Should you wish to publish a proceedings with us or if you have any further questions, then please send an email to Vanessa de Bueger at: [email protected] 

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