University of Calgary Press

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The University of Calgary Press is a university publishing house that is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Calgary.[1]

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The publishing interests of the University of Calgary Press are: African Studies; Arctic and Northern Studies; Contemporary Canadian Art and Architecture; Energy, Ecology and Sustainability; Film Studies; Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Military and Strategic Studies; and The West.[2]

Academic journals published in print form by the University of Calgary Press include:

  • ARIEL—A Review of International English Literature
  • Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education
  • Canadian Journal of Counselling
  • Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies
  • Canadian Journal of Philosophy
  • Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
  • Mousieon—Journal of the Classical Association of Canada

Its on-line journals are:

  • Canadian Journal of Hypnosis
  • Currents: New Scholarship in the Human Services
  • The International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning

The University of Calgary Press also co-publishes Arctic with the Arctic Institute of North America.

On October 22, 2010, as part of "Open Access Week", the University of Calgary Press released its first open access book, Grey Matters, a Guide for Collaborative Research, available for download under a Creative Commons License. Since then, the Press has continued to release titles as open access, and as of mid-2014 offers 58 titles available for download under a Creative Commons License.[3]

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