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.
Important Updates for 2020
Berghahn Journals will handle its own subscription fulfillment starting June 5, 2020. Turpin Distribution will continue to process orders until then. Any orders, claims, or queries should be addressed directly to Berghahn.
Printing and shipping operations for all journals are currently suspended due to COVID-19. We will be gradually reopening these operations in autumn 2020, at which time print copies will be printed and shipped as expediently as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
FAQ: New Subscription Fulfillment Process
When should agents/libraries begin to send over subscriptions and claims requests directly to Berghahn Journals?
Please direct all to: email@example.com after June 5, 2020.
Berghahn will send out new customer numbers with the first renewal reminder in July. If you need to update your records immediately, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Product codes can be viewed here.
Yes, Berghahn will create an ftp for agents. Please contact us to request login credentials: email@example.com.
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Please direct all inquiries regarding subscriptions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full subscription policy details, please visit the Pricing and Policies tab of this page.
Berghahn offers both institutional and individual subscriptions. The types of subscriptions are as follows:
- Print and Online
For institutional subscribers, Berghahn Open Anthro (BOA), the new subscribe-to-open pilot flipping 13 core anthropology journals to open access is in effect starting in 2020. The subscription and renewal process goes through the usual channels while supporting wider open access aims.
View the Librarians resource page for more information about institutional subscriptions.
For institutional subscriptions, contact your agent or Berghahn directly at email@example.com.
For individual subscriptions, contact Berghahn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer single print issues for both individuals and institutions. We do not offer online access to single journal issues. However, our online-only individual and student subscription rates are made affordable. View rates here.
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).
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: View the Academic License agreement (PDF)
For journals that are a part of the Berghahn Open Anthro (BOA) pilot, the site license applies to all pre-2020 content for all journal articles within the Berghahn Open Anthro Pilot. From January 1st, 2020 when the Berghahn Open Anthro Pilot began, the CC BY license attributed to each article applies to the open access content.
Any questions should be directed to: email@example.com.
Berghahn Journals will handle its own subscription fulfillment starting June 5, 2020.
Turpin Distribution will continue to process orders until then. After June 5, any orders, claims, or queries should be addressed directly to Berghahn.
Berghahn offers a 3% discount to subscription agents on the subscription rate only.
The following details are required to submit orders:
- Customer account numbers
- Product name/code and volume year
- Complete end-user contact information, including librarian name and email address
- IP ranges (proxy addresses listed separately)
- Shipping address (print orders only)
New Berghahn Product Codes
With the new subscription fulfillment process, we have updated our product codes. Please update your systems with the new product codes.
2020 & 2021 Pricing
2021 Renewals will be issued by Berghahn to agents and any direct subscribers. Please reference the new Berghahn product codes on all renewals and new orders.
2021 rates freeze
Due to on-going library budget constraints, Berghahn has decided to freeze pricing for 2021.
Berghahn Open Anthro (BOA)
The subscribe-to-open pilot launched to flip 13 core anthropology journals to open access. There are no changes to the renewal process of participating BOA journals. The discounted Berghahn Open Anthro Collection is also available. Please view pricing.
All orders must be prepaid, including all appropriate postage charges and taxes, if applicable. Only upon receipt of payment will the order be processed and online access activated.
All payments must be remitted in USD, EURO, or GBP according to currency billed.
Checks and money orders should be made payable to Berghahn Books. Checks must be drawn on banks located in the United States.
Orders may be charged to MasterCard, VISA, or American Express.
Customers may submit payment via wire transfer. Please contact Berghahn Journals for banking information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Customers are responsible for any bank fees associated with wire transfers.
Once the wire transfer has been made, send an email with the remittance statement to email@example.com with the following information:
- Customer account or invoice number
- Description of items purchased with incoming funds
If you do not send a remittance statement, this may result in processing delays.
Orders are subject to taxes as required. Any tax-exemptions should provide the necessary notice of exemption to avoid charges.
All subscriptions billed to Canada are subject to a Goods and Services Tax (GST) or the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST). Please add 7% GST to the prices quoted or provide notice of GST exemption or submit proof of exemption.
Subscriptions in the EU may be subject to European VAT. Registered subscribers are asked to please supply details to avoid unnecessary charges. VAT will not be included on the invoice.
Institutional online access is granted via IP addresses. Please contact us with any updates or issues at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Berghahn Journals can be accessed here: www.berghahnjournals.com.
All print copies are shipped to subscribers via United States Postal Service or UPS in the United States and via Globegistics for international subscribers. North American subscribers should allow for up to six weeks for delivery. Subscribers outside the US should allow up to 90 days.
Claims for Print
Claims for issues that been lost or damaged in transit will be replaced free of charge one time. Claims must be made within six months from the date of shipment or upon receipt of the next issue, whichever comes first. Further replacement copies must be purchased at the single-issue rate.
Claims must include customer number, journal volume and issue, as well as shipping address.
Printing and shipping operations for all journals are currently suspended due to COVID-19. We will be gradually reopening these operations in autumn 2020, at which time claims will be processed and shipped as expediently as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Institutional and individual subscription orders are final and may not be cancelled after the start of the subscription term in both print and online format. Partial refunds will not be given for format adjustments after the subscription has begun. Print back-issue orders cannot be cancelled or returned once issues have been shipped.
Berghahn Journals News 2020
- Due to COVID-19, we have made all Berghahn Journals available for online access through June 30. View the journal list.
- New journal launched in 2020: Journal of Bodies, Sexualities and Masculinities
Volume 1, 2020: 2 issues p.a
ISSN 2688-8149 (Print) • ISSN 2688-8157 (Online)
- Subscribe to the journal
Contact Berghahn to subscribe
Purchase individual articles via their abstract page
- Rent articles via DeepDyve
- 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 Subscribe tab.
- Open Access
- Through the Berghahn Open Anthro (BOA) pilot, we currently have 13 open access anthropology journals available starting with the 2020 volumes. View the journals.
- Other open access journals include Anthropology in Action and Aspasia: The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women's and Gender History.
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 us at email@example.com.
With a current institutional subscription, customers will have access to the entire back archive of the subscribed journal for duration of their subscription.
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).
- IP addresses: If IPs need to be updated, please contact Berghahn.
- Contact Information
- COUNTER Reporting
- An option to update OpenURL details
Title Berghahn Books
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.
Berghahn uses TrendMD, a third party service, to generate recommendations for further reading within our own publications, and across other publishers, based on the interests of other readers in our academic fields. This means that while we cannot manually adjust these recommendation lists, we are leveraging a vast network of data and information across publishers and academic fields to help our readers find the most relevant content possible.
Our participation in the TrendMD network not only connects the researchers on our platform to related works elsewhere, but enhances the exposure and discoverability of our own authors and their works, which appear as recommendations on other publishers’ websites.
For more information on the how TrendMD creates these recommendation lists, you can visit their website. For information about user privacy and your options as a reader, click the gear icon at the bottom right of any Recommended Articles list.