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    About us

    Established in 2014, Cardiff University Press (CardiffUP) is an online Open Access publisher of academic research. It is currently unique in operating the Diamond model of Open Access, where charges are made neither to authors nor to readers (‘free in, free out’) for journal publications. Our bywords are ‘Rigour, Diversity and Relevance’.

    Cardiff University Press has accepted a number of journals and working paper series to date, all of which have international editorial boards that include a connection to Cardiff University. Our longer-term aim is to add quality monographs, books, and research outputs with non-traditional formats to our range of online publications. We welcome proposals for new titles, or applications from editors wishing to transfer established publications to Cardiff University Press. If you have a proposal for a journal or other publication, please contact us.

    Vision

    To develop Cardiff University Press further as a high-impact, pioneering institutional publisher, committed to innovation and excellence in publishing, for the benefit of both academia and the wider external community.

    Mission

    To publish high-quality original academic research online with no charges to editors or authors for our basic services, to ensure that the publications conform to Open Access principles, and to comply with funder and HEFCE mandates through Creative Commons licences.

    Aims

    Editorial Board

    The Editorial Board comprises Cardiff University academic staff with diverse, established experience of Open Access publishing, PhD student representatives from the University, and members of the University Library Service who manage Cardiff University Press’ operational aspects. 

    Officers

    Prof Paul Bowman, Chair
    Professor and Director of Postgraduate Research, School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University.

    Vacancy, Deputy Chair

    Alice Percival, Secretary
    Executive Officer of Cardiff University Press, University Library Service, Cardiff University. 

    Members

    Dr Tilmann Altenberg
    Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies, School of Modern Languages, Cardiff University.

    Dr Julian Brigstocke
    Lecturer in Human Geography, School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University. 

    Prof Gillian Bristow
    Professor in Economic Geography, School of Geography and Planning, and Research Dean, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Cardiff University.

    Dr Dylan Foster Evans
    Head, School of Welsh, Cardiff University. 

    Dr Hugh Griffiths
    Lecturer, School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University. 

    Prof Ben Hannigan
    Professor of Mental Health Nursing, School of Healthcare Sciences, Cardiff University.

    Dr Jenny Kidd
    Senior Lecturer, School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University.

    Prof Mark Llewellyn
    Professor of English Literature, School of English, Communication & Philosophy, Cardiff University. 

    Prof Anthony Mandal
    Professor of Print and Digital Cultures, School of English, Communication & Philosophy, Cardiff University.

    Janet Peters
    Director of Cardiff University Libraries and University Librarian.

    Helen Sharp
    Scholarly Publications Officer, University Library Service, Cardiff University. 

    Dr Alison Weightman
    Head of Research & Academic Engagement and acting Scholarly Publications Manager, University Library Service, Cardiff University, with responsibility for managing Cardiff University Press.

    Dr Elisa Wynne-Hughes
    Lecturer in International Relations, School of Law & Politics, Cardiff University.

    Student representatives

    Qays Stetkevych
    PhD student, School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University.

    Joshua Stevenson-Hoare
    PhD student, School of Psychology, Cardiff University.

    Lui (Radium) Tam
    PhD student, Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University. 

    Tiffany Treadway
    PhD student, School of History, Archaeology and Religion, Cardiff University.