10 years of Open Access Books at De Gruyter – 10 Winning Titles!

We are happy to announce the winning titles of De Gruyter’s Open Access Book Anniversary competition!

In late 2020, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of our very first Open Access book publication and to support the open research movement we decided to start a call for book proposals. Winners would get their title published in Open Access at no cost to them. We asked academics worldwide, from all subject areas, to tell us about their monograph ideas, their envisioned audiences, and a little about themselves.

Within 10 weeks, we received almost 120 entries. An expert committee of renowned researchers from a variety of academic disciplines reviewed all of the submissions and ultimately had to make some hard choices.

We are now happy to announce the 10 winning titles:

The winners will receive an immediate Open Access publication available on www.degruyter.com plus services such as indexing and distribution. The books will also be available as print editions.

We will furthermore present the winning titles via short author interviews on our blog De Gruyter Conversations, starting with Dominique Haensell and her title “Making black history”. Dominique Haensell is editor-in-chief of the feminist Missy Magazine.

You can find further information on the competition here.

The Editors

Articles signed by the editors were written in a collective effort.

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