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Open Access: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

A guide to Open Access at the University of Huddersfield

Cambridge University Press (CUP)

This read and publish agreement for Cambridge University Press includes options for inclusive OA publishing in more than 380 peer-reviewed academic journals covering subjects across the humanities, social sciences and science, technology and medicine.  

To be eligible under this agreement articles must have an acceptance date between 1.1.2021 - 31.12.2024 and meet the following Author, Journal and Article type criteria.


Eligible Authors

To be eligible, the author must be:

  • a current student or member of staff of the Institution who handles the manuscript and correspondence during an Eligible Article’s publication process – from manuscript correction and proof reading, to the revisions and re-submission of revised manuscripts up to acceptance. They (a) have the authority to act on behalf of all co-authors in all matters pertaining to publication of the manuscript including supplementary material (b) are responsible for informing the co-authors of the manuscript’s status throughout the submission, review, and publication process and (c) act as the point of contact for any enquiries after an Eligible Article is published.

Authors must use their University of Huddersfield email address and ensure they select the correct affiliation from the drop-down search during the submission process

Please note: papers with corresponding authors who are honorary, visiting or NHS members of staff without a contract of employment will not normally be eligible to use this agreement.


Eligible Journals

The majority of Cambridge journals support open access publications: 

Click here to confirm eligibility for Journals in this agreement.


Eligible Article Types

The eligible article types are research articles, review articles and rapid communications, brief reports and case reports. 

The following article types are not eligible:

  • Book reviews
  • Discussions
  • Editorials
  • Introductions
  • Letters
  • Meeting reports
  • Proceedings


Licence options 

Authors have a choice of creative commons licences.

If your article is UKRI-funded please contact to check UKRI eligibility and licence requirements.


Submission Checklist
Criteria All must apply
Affiliated to the University of Huddersfield
You are the corresponding author

The selected journal is an eligible title (see above) and if applicable meets UKRI funding requirements

The article type is eligible (see above)
You used your University email address during the submission process
You selected the 'University of Huddersfield' as your institution during the submission process
You have acknowledged any funders
If UKRI funded you have chosen an appropriate CC-BY licence to comply with funder requirements


More information:

Articles published open access under this agreement

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Recording studios as museums? Record producers’ perspectives on German rock studios and accounts of their heritage practice
by Herbst, Jan-Peter
Popular music, 02/2021, Volume 40, Issue 1
Recording studios are shrouded in mystery. Some have become sites of pilgrimage; other studios have been converted into heritage museums. ...

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Donohue+: Developing performer-specific electronic improvisatory accompaniment for instrumental improvisation
by Gillies, Sam; Sappho Donohue, Maria
Organised sound : an international journal of music technology, 04/2021, Volume 26, Issue 1
Electronic systems designed to improvise with a live instrumental performer are a constant mediation of musical language and artificial de...

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Lordship and Sovereignty in the Territories of the English Crown: Sub-kingship and Its Implications, 1300–1600
by Thornton, Tim
The Journal of British studies, 10/2021, Volume 60, Issue 4
Conventional typologies of lordship and its relationship with royal power in the territories of the English crown emphasize the precocious..

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Local Content Requirements in Nigeria's Extractive Sector and the Implications for Sustainable Development
by Abe, Oyeniyi
Journal of African law, 02/2022, Volume 66, Issue 1
This article examines the framework of Nigeria's local content laws and policy, and the implications for sustainable development. The legi...

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Breaking the Impasse: Rethinking Refugee Integration through the Equality Act 2010 in the United Kingdom
by Walkey, Claire; Brown, Philip; Martin, Philip
Social policy and society : a journal of the Social Policy Association, 05/2022
Integration is widely considered to be difficult to define and even harder to facilitate. Whist the integration of migrants to the United ...

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Hospital Sunday and the new National Health Service: An End to ‘The Voluntary Spirit’ in England?
by Piggott, Robert
Studies in church history, 06/2022, Volume 58
The advent of the welfare state has been seen by some historians as a decisive blow for British traditions of voluntarism, echoing some of...

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Care chronicles: needing, seeking and getting self-funded social care as biographical disruptions among older people and their families
by Heavey, Emily; Baxter, Kate; Birks, Yvonne
Ageing and society, 06/2022
Abstract Social care to assist with the activities of daily living is a necessity for many older people; while informal care provided by f...

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Peter Manning 1948–2022
by Clarke, Michael; Dufeu, Frédéric; Truax, Barry
Organised sound : an international journal of music technology, 08/2022, Volume 27, Issue 2
Peter Manning first established an international reputation with his book Electronic and Computer Music, originally published by Oxford Un...

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Rural-urban dimensions of the perception of malaria severity and practice of malaria preventive measures: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey
by Duodu, Precious Adade; Dzomeku, Veronica Millicent; Emerole, Chiagoziem Ogazirilem; Agbadi, Pascal; Arthur-Holmes, Francis; Nutor, Jerry John
Journal of biosocial science, 09/2022, Volume 54, Issue 5
Abstract Morbidities and mortalities caused by malaria are still a serious issue in Nigeria, with the country accounting for 25% of malari...

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Pandemic pedagogies: reflections on pedagogical approaches to art and design librarianship during a pandemic
by Williams, Laura
Art libraries journal, 10/2022, Volume 47, Issue 4
The covid-19 pandemic instigated a rapid digital shift in UK higher education libraries, changing the way teaching was delivered. The digi...

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Evaluation of the impact and acceptability of Cognitive Behavioural Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP) for chronic depression
by Linstead, Jonathan; Doyle, Michael
Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy, 11/2022, Volume 50, Issue 6
Abstract Background: Cognitive Behavioural Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP) is an evidenced based treatment model for chronically ...

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How Knowledge Services Clustered Firms Leverage Different Channels of Local Knowledge Spillovers for Service Innovation
by Ngo, Thi (Alice) N. B.; Thornton, Sabrina
Management and organization review, 12/2022, Volume 18, Issue 6
Built upon configuration theory, this study performs a Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to delineate alternative and sufficient conf...

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The Prisoner: A missing link in England’s history of electronic music
by Gillies, Sam
Organised sound : an international journal of music technology, 12/2022, Volume 27, Issue 3
This article documents the circumstances surrounding the composition of the soundtrack to the theatrical production of Bridget Boland’s Th...

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The politics of GCSE English Language: Popular language ideology's influence on England's National Curriculum English Language qualification
by Verhoeven, Babette
English today, 12/2022, Volume 38, Issue 4
In 2015, England saw the introduction of a new GCSE English Language, as part of changes to the National Curriculum (NC). At the time, con...

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A Modern-Day Florestan: Fidelio on Robben Island and South Africa's Early Democratic Project
Twentieth-century music, 02/2023, Volume 20, Issue 1
In 2004, Cape Town Opera mounted a production of Beethoven's Fidelio at the former apartheid prison on Robben Island. Sponsored by Den Nor...