Explore the history of UCL from 1826 through to the present day, discovering its many contributions to society in Britain and around the world along the way.
Delve into a unique photographic collection held at the British Library that offers a unique view of late nineteenth century and early twentieth century Canada.
In the first book to study Beni-Amer practices, Zeremariam Fre argues for the importance of indigenous knowledge, challenging the preconceptions that regard it as untrustworthy when compared to scientific knowledge from more developed regions.
Hashtag: #OAauthors | Date: 27th June 2018 | Time: 14:00 – 15:00 BST
Published: Jun 21, 2018 9:46:26 AM
“Global popularity proves Open Access is the future” says UCL Press as it hits one million book downloads milestone
UCL Press, the UK’s first fully Open Access University Press, has announced that one million copies of its books have been downloaded around the world.
Published: May 23, 2018 11:02:58 AM
UCL Press appoints Scientific Knowledge Services to promote its publishing services and consultancy in Europe
UCL Press announces a new agreement with Scientific Knowledge Services (SKS) who will promote UCL Press’s publishing services, publishing consultancy and open access book publishing in Europe.
Published: Apr 16, 2018 3:40:56 PM
We are delighted to announce the publication of a brand new open access book: Brexit and Beyond: Rethinking the Futures of Europe, edited by Benjamin Martill and Uta Staiger.
Published: Jan 29, 2018 9:45:55 AM
We are excited to announce the publication of volumes 1 and 2 of The Encyclopaedia of Informality, edited by Alena Ledeneva.
Published: Jan 17, 2018 8:38:03 AM
Friday, 15 June 2018
June brings adventuring archaeologists, cattle herders and a fascinating look into the British Library’s collection of Canadian photography. Knowledge Sovereignty Among African Cattle Herders (20th June) argues that indigenous knowledge can be viewed as a stand-alone science, and that a community’s rights over ownership should be defended by government officials, development planners and policy makers, […]
Tuesday, 12 June 2018
Today’s guest post is by Zoltán Biedermann, editor of Sri Lanka at the Crossroads of History and Senior Lecturer and Head of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies at UCL. and is part of a special series to celebrate UCL Press reaching one million downloads. Sri Lanka? A book on Sri Lankan history? How many copies would that […]
Tuesday, 05 June 2018
Today’s guest post is by Ilan Kelman, from UCL’s Institute for Global Health and Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction, editor of Arcticness: Power and Voice from the North, and is part of a special series to celebrate UCL Press reaching one million downloads. Are the days over of roaming the dusty library shelves for sombre […]
Thursday, 31 May 2018
Today’s guest post is by Benjamin Martill and Uta Staiger, editors of Brexit and Beyond: Rethinking the Futures of Europe, and is part of a special series to celebrate UCL Press reaching one million downloads. We started working on Brexit and Beyond in early 2017 when we realised there was a distinct gap in the market […]
Wednesday, 23 May 2018
On Monday evening, the UCL Press team were delighted to celebrate reaching one million downloads of its open access books and journals with authors, academics, senior university members and other honoured guests. The event took place in UCL’s beautiful North Cloisters. Since the press was re-established as a fully open access press in 2015, its […]