We’re delighted to announce that all articles accepted for publication in Modern Intellectual History from 23 August 2023 will be ‘open access’; published with a Creative Commons licence and freely available to read online (see the journal’s Open Access Options page for available licence options). The costs of open access publication will be covered through agreements between the publisher and the author’s institution, payment of APCs by funding bodies, or else waived entirely, ensuring every author can publish and enjoy the benefits of OA.
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- Pedro Feitoza wins the Antonio Candido Prize for the article “The Middle Line of Truth: Religious and Secular Ideologies in the Making of Brazilian Evangelical Thought, 1870-1930” Find out more
- Esmat Elhalaby named winner of the inaugural Amílcar Cabral Prize for his article “Empire and Arab Indology.” Find out more
- Angus Burgin and Darrin McMahon will soon complete their terms as co-editors of Modern Intellectual History. The editorial team would like to thank them for their dedicated and exemplary service to the journal over the last five years.
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