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Publishing Support

Faculty and Staff Publications

As we continue to grow and develop our BIR, we encourage Brandeis University faculty, staff, and sponsored research affiliates to consider placing their research in the Institutional Repository. The BIR serves a permanent location for your scholarship as well as serving as a historical record of the amazing scholarship that happens at Brandeis. Below is a list of departments and institutes who have contributed to the BIR. 

 

School of Arts and Sciences

African and Afro-American Studies

Anthropology 

Biology 

Biochemistry 

Chemistry 

Comparative Literature and Culture Program 

Computer Science

Classical Studies 

East Asian Studies Program 

English

Environmental Studies

German, Russian and Asian Languages and Literature 

Mathematics

Physics

Politics

Psychology 

 

Heller School for Social Policy and Management

Heller School Faculty Publications

 

Centers and Institutes

Hadassah-Brandeis Institute

Institute for Jewish Philanthropy and Leadership

International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life

Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education

Maurice and Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies

Steinhardt Social Research Institute 

The Tauber Institute for the Study of European Jewry

Women's Studies Research Center

 

Submission Process

For more information, or if you think you have something to deposit, please visit the Brandeis Institutional Repository to view our collections. Interested in submitting your work to the Brandeis Institutional Repository -- please Contact Us or email us at librarypublishing@brandeis.edu. 

If you do not hold the copyright to your work, or it was not published open access, you will need to get permission in writing from the copyright holder(s). To check to see if a particular journal is Open Access, SHERPA/RoMEO is a great resource to discover what journals are Open Access and publishers who permit copies to be deposited into institutional repositories. 

If you have questions, visit the Open Access section of our Library site for more information along with the Open Access section of this LibGuide