We are pleased to announce the new journals that will be published by FUP in 2020
These new journals are significant additions to our well-known and respected portfolio of 50 open access journals.
All articles will be published under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY) enabling authors to retain copyright.
Firenze University Press is a department of the University of Florence. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Firenze University Press is an open, nonprofit and collaborative publisher.
Wine Economics and Policy WEP (previous publisher Elsevier)
Wine Economics and Policy WEP is an international, interdisciplinary journal currently run by University of Florence. Studies and researches applied to wine sector, as well as the management skills needed for the competitive development of wine companies, require an increasing international approach. The mission of this journal is to bring together academic researchers and business professionals interested in the economics and politics of wine around the world, and bring about a worldwide opinion on the current issues that the wine sector faces.
Journal of Plant Taxonomy and Geography Webbia (previous publisher Taylor & Francis)
Journal of Plant Taxonomy and Geography Webbia is a peer-reviewed journal on Plant Systematics, Nomenclature, Phylogeny, Phytogeography and Paleobotany. Most of the contributions deal with the Vascular Plants, but sometime contributions on Briophytes, Lichenes, Fungi and Algae are encouraged. It aims to allow research in botanical topics such as taxonomy, systematics, speciation, morphometrics, molecular phylogeny, conservation, biogeography, and methods.
In the future, we would also like to expand the journal’s reach and impact globally, not only to broaden the academic conversation, but also to ensure our journal remains a shared vehicle for multiple world views.
Media Education MED (previous publisher Erickson)
Media Education MED aims to provide resources associated with the education and employment of students in various media fields to encourage dialogue between the sectors and between media educators from different countries, in order to facilitate the transfer of critical, empirical, action and discursive research into the complexity of media education.
MED adopts an inter-disciplinary approach to promote innovative, creative, and unconventional ways to investigate and resolve issues in media education literacy & media culture and to familiarize the public with the findings of research into issues in this areas, trends and regular patterns in its development from the perspective.
Journal of History of Education RSE (previous publisher ETS)
Journal of History of Education RSE is an international, peer-reviewed and open-access journal focused on the global significance and impact of history of education. It covers all aspects of history education theory and practice, scholarship and applied research. It is the official journal of the CIRSE (Italian Center for History of Education), field’s leading scientific society in Italy, and has been published since 2014 (but since 1982 with another title)
The journal is half-yearly and publishes both special and miscellaneous issues. It encourages submissions from a range of intersecting sub-fields in intellectual, social, political, economic,, and cultural history including (but not limited to): sociology of knowledge, history of childhood and youth, public and urban history, cultural and comparative history, history of ideas, history of emotions