Frequently Asked Questions
Below are answers to frequently asked questions. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please get in touch with us by emailing our Journals team.
Go to the journal homepage and click on the link under the Access/Subscribe tab or contact our distributor Turpin directly at TurpinNA@turpin-distribution.com
Individual Subscriptions include online-only access. Print issues are available for purchase. Please contact our distributor at TurpinNA@turpin-distribution.com
Institutional subscriptions are for libraries and include online access and print copies. If you wish to purchase an institutional subscription please see our Librarians resource page.
Unfortunately, we do not offer online access to single journal issues. However, our online-only individual and student subscription rates are made affordable:
Individual Rate (Online-Only)
Student Rate (Online-Only)
*must include valid student ID
Berghahn offers membership subscriptions for society-affiliated journals. For complete membership details and online access please visit the individual journal homepages.
- Contributions to the History of Concepts
- European Comic Art
- Israel Studies Review
- Sartre Studies International
For online access to Projections, please visit the Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image's membership page (SCSMI members).
- I need information about your license agreement.
Berghahn Journals supports the NISO-sponsored SERU initiative (Shared Electronic Resource Understanding). Institutions registered with the NISO/SERU and wishing to subscribe to any Berghahn Journal may forego a traditional licensing agreement and operate under SERU Recommended Practices and should notify Berghahn accordingly.
If a license is required, please refer to the standard Berghahn Journals license agreement:
Any questions should be directed to Berghahn: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Go to the journal homepage and clink on the link under the Access/Subscribe tab or contact our distributor directly: TurpinNA@turpin-distribution.com
Purchase individual articles via their abstract page
Rent articles via DeepDyve (www.deepdyve.com)
Library Institution Subscription
Your library may have a subscription or have access through databases like JSTOR, Ebsco, and ProQuest. Recommending journals to your library is highly encouraged. Each journal has a recommendation form under its Access/Subscribe tab.
All content published by Berghahn Journals is available on www.berghahnjournals.com.
Yes. Back issues and single print issues are available to purchase for most journals. Please contact our distributor to purchase at TurpinNA@turpin-distribution.com
Yes, Berghahn Journals provides post-cancellation access for institutional subscribers to issues of the journal published during the term of the subscription. We work with CLOCKSS, LOCKSS, and Portico. We also have an option to continue to host on the Berghahn Online site for a fee.
Yes, content published in Berghahn Journals is indexed by Scopus, Web of Science, ERIH, Ebsco, JSTOR, ProQuest, Cengage, and relevant discipline-specific abstracting and indexing services. Discovery services will be updated with content URLs.
Subscribers may access PDF journal content on our new online platform. Full text HTML versions of articles will be available soon for articles from 2016 to the present.
- What digital preservation arrangements have been made to ensure published content is available in perpetuity?
Berghahn Journals will continue its participation in trusted third-party archive programs (CLOCKSS, LOCKSS, and Portico).
If you have additional questions, please review this FAQ, or contact us at email@example.com.
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Librarians will gain administrative access to the Access Management System, through which they can download COUNTER reports. If you have not yet been provided the details for creating and logging into this account, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
With a current institutional subscription, customers will have access to the entire back archive of the subscribed journal for duration of their subscription.