Cambridge University Press (CUP) Read and Publish Agreement 2021-24

  • Start: 1 Jan 2021
    Expiry: 31 Dec 2024
  • Description:

    Cambridge University Press is the printing and publishing house of the University of Cambridge. The press is the oldest publishing house in the world celebrated 436 years of continuous publishing in 2021. CUP is a not-for-profit publisher and their mission is to advance learning, knowledge and research worldwide. CUP publishes over 380 peer reviewed journals a year for distribution worldwide. CUP journals cover a broad range of subjects including all the main subjects in the humanities, social sciences and hard sciences. Their key areas are applied science, environment and conservation, agriculture, neuroscience and biomedicine, history, area studies, language and linguistics, political science and international relations. This is a read and publish transitional OA agreement.

Product overview

Model: Read and publish agreement

Collection: CUP complete collection (includes new and take over titles per annum/latest collection)

Eligible institutions/group: Higher Education, Further education, other members on a case by case basis (by quotation). See offer document for exclusions.

Eligible articles: Research, Review Articles and Rapid Communications (RRR), Plus Brief Report and Case Reports article types, which are often linked to research articles.

Reading list:
Publishing list

The offer: Please review the offer document for full terms of the agreement

Quotation: This agreement is via quotation, Jisc has provided a detailed quotation for Option 1 to each institution (with a read and publish split). High output institutions have also received a quote for Options 2 (50% output) and on request Option 3 (bespoke). These quotations have also been loaded into this catalogue page, please liaise with Jisc and CUP if this requires amendment. VAT is applied to the publishing element of the R&P split.

How to Order and Pay: Please ensure that both the read and publish elements are added to the basket for the required option, completing the checkout process. If selecting option 3 (bespoke) please include the agreed text from CUP within the notes field. Institutions may select Jisc, CUP or agent of choice for invoicing.

Publisher contacts

Rebecca Howland
(Library sales manager)

Natalie Climas
(Deputy UK library sales manager)

Nathan Turner
(Senior library sales executive)

Louise Deane
(Library sales executive)
Tel: 01223 312 393

Backfiles or archives included

Many titles are accessible back to 1997 (or to Volume 1 if published later) but there are exceptions. Please see relevant journal title list for access rights.

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