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Berg journals available for UK academic institutions

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Berg Publishers and JISC Collections have entered into an agreement to provide Berg journals to the UK academic community under the new NESLi2 SMP licensing model for small and medium-sized publishers.

Kathryn Earle, managing director of Berg, said: ‘We are delighted that JISC Collections have provided smaller publishers such as Berg with the opportunity to join the NESLi2 licensing scheme. By joining this initiative we are able to offer UK institutions the opportunity to access exciting research in new and important areas of the social sciences and humanities. Berg is committed to innovation in journal publishing and we look forward to welcoming new subscribers to these important journals.’

Berg is an international independent publisher in visual and material culture, including fashion and textiles, cultural/media studies, film, art and design, food, and anthropology.