Call for Publications at no cost for first 200 authors
Versita, a partner of De Gruyter who is a very well-known and established publisher in Europe, is currently implementing a peer-reviewed open access program in Sociology and other disciplines. The first 200 manuscripts will be published at no cost for authors. Our Editorial Advisory Board consists of highly acknowledged sociologists, e.g., Tim Liao and Hannah Brueckner.
We welcome innovative book proposals or manuscripts, edited volumes, etc. and take pride in the high-quality service that the editorial team provides. If you have an idea for a book or have been working on a manuscript, feel free to contact us to discuss your proposal.
To get a better idea of what your publication would look like, take a moment to review our first publication in Sociology:
Please note that printed copies are available as well.
Additional and more detailed information on the advantages to publish with Versita can be found in a flyer on our homepage: http://versita.com/Book_Author/Sociology. On the same website, you can also find details on submission instructions for manuscripts and review a complete list of all Editorial Advisory Board members.
If you are interested in publishing with Versita, please feel free to contact the Managing Editor Dr. Andrea Dauber-Griffin (email@example.com) or any of the Associate Editors, Prof. Dr. Anja Steinbach (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr. Sebastian Schnettler (email@example.com), Dr. Pablo Markin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Liudmila Kirpitchenko (email@example.com).
We are looking forward to working with you!
Dr. Andrea S. Dauber-Griffin
Sociology Book Program
Phone: (619) 546-2514 when in U.S.
(0049) 151-14939038 when in Germany
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