Note: This is a new agreement commencing in January 2022.
Founded in 1683, Brill is a leading international academic publisher with a rich history and a strong international focus. Brill publishes a wide range of high-quality and professionally relevant literature to academic and research institutions in the areas of the humanities, social sciences, international law and selected areas in the sciences. Brill is headquartered in Leiden, The Netherlands.
The 2022 Read & Publish agreement enables authors from participating institutions to publish accepted articles into any ejournals from the Brill Online Journal Collection that their institution subscribes to, without any article processing charges (APCs).
Authors who do not see their institution listed above should contact library staff to enquire further.
This agreement allows authors from participating institutions to publish open access in up to 331 titles with no transactional APCs. Included titles varies depending on an institution's subscribed collection. Authors should confirm available titles with their institutions.
Brill collections include:
View the full list of Brill’s titles. Includes annotations for excluded titles.
Open access publishing covered under this Read & Publish agreement includes the following article types:
Authors may publish excluded article types as “closed access” or pay an article processing charge (if applicable) to make the article open access.
Eligible articles that have an acceptance date during the term of this agreement (2022) are eligible to be published open access under the terms of the agreement.
There is no limit on the number of articles by participating institutions allowed to be published as part of this agreement.
There are no other transactional charges for authors.
Corresponding authors from institutions listed under 'Participating institutions' may publish immediately to open access on the publisher's platform once the article has been accepted, with no transactional APCs.
Articles from authors at participating institutions may be published under the authors' choice of either
The Creative Commons licenses allow reuse (some with conditions) while protecting the authors' rights of acknowledgment as authors. Authors retain copyright.
View the publisher’s step-by-step guide for authors.
Authors will be identified as eligible for open access publishing by their institutional affiliation.
Authors must use their institutional email address when submitting an article for publication in order for the publication to be approved to be published open access with no transactional APCs.
The license is available for download from ConsortiaManager. Library staff should contact the designated Content Coordinator at their institution regarding any license enquiries.
Under the agreement, participating institutions will receive:
Authors may deposit articles in institutional repositories:
View the publisher’s self-archiving rights policy for further information.
The publisher will supply CAUL and participating institutions with reports on publishing output with article-level information twice per year.