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Maney delivers personalised services to authors, societies, readers and libraries for the publishing and international dissemination of high quality, peer reviewed scholarship and research.

Specialising in print and electronic journal publishing, Maney is committed to technical and editorial innovation combined with traditional values of quality and collaboration.


About Maney




Maney Publishing marks its growth from formation as an imprint in 1997 (from a specialist typesetting and printing company, W.S. Maney & Son Ltd., founded in Leeds, UK, in 1900) to its global role as an international journal publisher. Maney’s portfolio includes more than 150 scholarly journals, most published in partnership with societies, universities, and institutes. Maney’s transition from printing to publishing grew out of long-standing professional relationships with learned societies and academic bodies, built on our capacity for listening closely and responding to society publishing needs. We are proud of enduring partnerships with many associations and are pleased to welcome more each year.

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We're proud to announce that Maney Online is now live! We've now migrated all journal content previously hosted on ingentaconnect to Atypon's Literatum online publishing platform. Our new platform is called Maney Online.

Literatum is widely recognised as an industry leader and will allow Maney to offer an enhanced service to all our online users, including our library, author, editor, reader and society communities. We're working hard to ensure a smooth and seamless transfer to the new platform with minimal disruption for our customers.


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Latest press releases


Maney launches new open access journal in archaeological and heritage science

Maney Publishing, one of the world’s most prominent publishers of archaeology journals, is delighted to announce the launch of Science and Technology of Archaeological Research (STAR), a new journal to be published in association with the Society for Archaeological Sciences. In response to the changing needs of archaeology and heritage researchers and practitioners, STAR seeks to provide a dynamic, international and high-quality open access forum...



Maney launches four new journals in its materials science and engineering publishing programme

Maney Publishing today announces the launch of four new materials science and engineering journals covering the rapidly developing subject areas of nanocomposites, the use of polymers and composites in advanced manufacturing, structure-function relationships in catalytic science, and the use of advanced materials for optical, sensing and acoustic devices.


Maney partners with Kudos to raise research impact

Maney is pleased to announce its participation in the Kudos pilot scheme. As article and author metrics become increasingly important to the academic community, Maney strives to work with editors and authors to disseminate high-quality research as widely as possible...