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2014

9 April

Maney launches new open access journal in archaeological heritage and 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...

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25 March

Maney Online launch is welcomed by customers and shows strong results 

It has been three months since Maney Publishing launched its much-anticipated new platform, Maney Online. Powered by Atypon’s Literatum® software, Maney Online has successfully achieved its principal objective, to be a user-friendly and simple-to-navigate site which brings together journal content and information in one place, resulting in greater visibility for Maney’s journals, satisfaction for readers, and ultimately increased content usage.

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19 March

Maney partners with Kudos to raise research impact

Maney Publishing 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.

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13 March

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.

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3 February

New Co-editors appointed for the DFI Journal: Journal of the Deep Foundations Institute

Anne Lemnitzer and Timothy C Siegel have been appointed new Co-Editors of the DFI Journal. They will succeed lead editors Ali Porbaha and Dan Brown, who are stepping down after being Editors since the Journal’s inception, and Zia Zafir, who will remain on the editorial board.

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2013

9 December

Stunning new Malcolm Bowie volumes just published

This month the Legenda series publishes two volumes of selected essays by Malcolm Bowie, who was one of the UK’s best-loved and most admired literary critics. Bowie published numerous beautifully written books, articles and reviews for academic audiences and the wider public and was internationally acclaimed. 

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25 November

Science and Technology of Welding and Joining announces inaugural Best Paper Prize

 Maney Publishing is pleased to announce the winner of the inaugural Science and Technology of Welding and Joining (STWJ) Best Paper Prize. The prize has been presented to T Miyazawa, Y Iwamoto, T Maruko and H Fujii for their paper 'Development of high strength lr based alloy tool for friction stir welding' (STWJ 2012, Vol. 17, No. 3, p.213-218).

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13 November

Maney offers free access to philosophy, religion & theology content for fourteen days

From 15 – 29 November 2013, Maney Publishing is hosting its third in a series of ‘Free Access 14’ campaigns to coincide with the American Academy of Religion & Society of Biblical Literature conference, the largest gathering of scholars interested in the study of religion in the world. 

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11 November

‘The Lady Vanishes’: a question of ethics in stem cell research

Concerns have been raised in the current issue of The New Bioethics surrounding the market for human eggs in mitochondrial replacement research, the risk to female donors, and the fears regarding the donor’s potential exploitation.

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7 November

Paediatrics and International Child Health investigates child abuse and neglect

 The next issue of the peer-reviewed journal Paediatrics and International Child Health focuses on the scale of child maltreatment and abuse in low- and middle-income countries, and contrasts it with the situation in high-income countries.

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5 November

From Herman Melville to Mark Twain: Tourists, Travellers and Hotels in 19th-Century Jerusalem
Have you ever wondered what it was like travelling to the Holy Land in the 19th century? It was extremely time-consuming and fraught with incredible difficulties, and in a new book, entitled Tourists, Travellers and Hotels in 19th Century Jerusalem, written by Shimon Gibson, Yoni Shapira and Rupert L Chapman III, the complete story of making a journey to Jerusalem is told.  
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From Herman Melville to Mark Twain: Tourists, Travellers and Hotels in 19th-Century Jerusalem

Have you ever wondered what it was like travelling to the Holy Land in the 19th century? It was extremely time-consuming and fraught with incredible difficulties, and in a new book, entitled Tourists, Travellers and Hotels in 19th Century Jerusalem, written by Shimon Gibson, Yoni Shapira and Rupert L Chapman III, the complete story of making a journey to Jerusalem is told.  

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24 October

Bullying and young people: new research strategies

Bullying and its consequences are the focus of a double special issue published in the Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless.

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24 October

Dramatic discovery in Sea of Galilee

A study of fossil pollen grains in sediments extracted from the bottom of the Sea of Galilee has revealed evidence of a climate crisis that traumatised the Near East from the middle of the 13th to the late 12th century BCE. The crisis brought about the collapse of the great empires of the Bronze Age. 

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16 October

Maney Publishing partners with Maruzen to offer its extensive e-journal collections to customers in Japan

Maney Publishing is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Maruzen to act as a non-exclusive sales agent for its MORE (Maney Online Research E-journal) Collections throughout Japan.

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9 October

Dr Renata Schiavo named new Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Communication in Healthcare

Dr Renata Schiavo, PhD, MA, has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Communication in Healthcare, a leading peer-reviewed journal that focuses on strategic health communication as applied to the healthcare, public health, and global health fields.

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4 October

IHS and Maney Publishing partner to accelerate and expand technical professionals’ access to essential scientific and engineering content

IHS (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of information and analytics, and Maney Publishing, a leading independent publisher of academic and professional journals, today announced a new partnership.

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3 October

Maney Publishing partners with Amigos

Maney Publishing is delighted to announce a new agreement with Amigos Library Services, a not-for-profit consortium dedicated to serving libraries in North America.

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1 October

150 journals in 15 years

By the end of 2013 Maney Publishing, the independent publisher of academic journals, will have published its 150th journal – impressive growth for a company that announced its 100th title in 2011. 

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25 September

The latest advances in technology for people with spinal cord injury
A special issue of The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicinepublished by Maney Publishing, examines various advances made in technology to aid people with spinal cord injury (SCI).

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24 September

Maney Publishing to publish the Journal of the Deep Foundations Institute
Maney Publishing has partnered with the Deep Foundations Institute to publish DFI Journal - The Journal of the Deep Foundations Institute from 2014.

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18 September

Maney to publish one of the oldest and most respected Belgian medical journals

Maney Publishing is pleased to confirm a new partnership with the Belgian Society of Internal Medicine, the Belgian Society for Clinical Biology and the Royal Belgian Society of Clinical Chemistry to publish Acta Clinica Belgica: International Journal ofClinical and Laboratory Medicine from 2014. The journal is in its 68th year and publishes bimonthly.

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16 September

Maney to publish CRANIO: The Journal of Craniomandibular & Sleep Practice

Maney Publishing is pleased to announce that it has purchased and will publish CRANIO: The Journal of Craniomandibular & Sleep Practice from the beginning of 2014.

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16 August

Materials at High Temperatures joins Maney Publishing
Maney Publishing is pleased to announce it has purchased Materials at High Temperatures, and will begin publishing the journal from 2014, in its materials science & engineering list.
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31 July 

The British Cartographic Society celebrates golden milestone
The 
British Cartographic Society
 
(BCS) is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. Since 1963 the society has been supporting individuals and organisations dedicated to exploring and developing the world of maps. 

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22 July

Dr Isabel Escobar appointed new Editor-in-Chief of the IDA Journal of Desalination and Water Reuse

 Maney Publishing and the International Desalination Association (IDA) are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Isabel C Escobar as the new Editor-in-Chief of the IDA Journal of Desalination and Water Reuse .

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1 July

Maney Publishing takes on an ‘oarsome’ challenge

Crowds will be gathering at Pugneys Country Park in Wakefield on Saturday 13th July to witness and take part in a Dragon Boat challenge organised by Huddersfield and Wakefield Chantry Rotary Clubs.

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18 June

What’s in the royal wardrobe?
The latest instalment of Costume, the journal of The Costume Society of Great Britain, focuses on the role played by clothing in fashioning the royal image, exploring aspects as diverse as 18th- century coronation dress and the gradual westernisation of court dress in Thailand. 

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30 May

If the name fits: names in J. R. R. Tolkien’s fiction

Celebrated fantasy writer and scholar J. R. R. Tolkien is best known for his literary works, The HobbitThe Lord of the Rings, and The Silmarillion. New research in Names: A Journal of Onomastics examines what makes the personal and place names of Tolkien’s Middle-Earth so fitting.

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29 April

Maney Publishing announces free access to Health Sciences content for fourteen days

Between 13-26 May 2013, Maney Publishing is running the second in a series of ‘Free Access 14’ campaigns. For fourteen days Maney is making all 26 journals within its Health Sciences Collection freely available. 

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2 April

Can you dig it? New archaeology and heritage blog launched!

April 2013 sees the launch of a new blog. ‘Can you dig it?’ is aimed at the vast archaeology and heritage online communities.

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25 March

Plains Anthropological Society and Maney Publishing enter publishing agreement for 2014

Plains Anthropologist is the official quarterly journal of the Plains Anthropological Society (PAS).

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18 March

Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology partners with Maney Publishing from 2014

The Midwest Archaeological Conference Inc. (MAC) will transfer publication of Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology to Maney from 2014.

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1 March

Do deaf people have access to cochlear implantation if they need it?
‘Access to Cochlear Implantation’, a supplement to the peer-reviewed journal Cochlear Implants International,published by Maney Publishing, provides a unique insight to the issues of access to cochlear care.

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26 February

Hispanic Research Journal: New Screen Arts issue 

2013 marks the launch of an annual Screen Arts issue of the Hispanic Research Journal
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20 February

Maney Publishing signs agreement with Atypon®

Atypon®, the leading provider of Software as a Service content delivery for publishers, today announced that Maney Publishing has signed an agreement ...

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18 February

Worcester group awarded the inaugural Founders’ publishing prize

The inaugural publication prize of the Worshipful Company of Founders for the best paper published in the International Journal of Cast Metals Research has been awarded to researchers from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)...

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5 February

The extended body of Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking is a household name, known by many for his book A Brief History of Time and his extensive work relating to black holes.

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31 January

Legenda launches new Germanic Literatures series 

Legenda, published by Maney and the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA), is pleased to announce a major new book series for 2013: Germanic Literatures.

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21 January

Maney Publishing offers free access to content for fourteen days 
From 4th-18th February 2013, Maney Publishing is running Free Access 14’. For fourteen days Maney is making freely available all the journals in the Materials Science & Engineering Collection.

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7 January

All you need to know about innovation in healthcare

 The latest issue of the International Journal of Healthcare Management highlights the requirement to improve and modernise public services.

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