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Disciplinary Repositories

Scholars not affiliated to an institution with own institutional Open Access repository can make their works available through disciplinary repositories.

For scholars publishing not in English (mostly outside the field of Science) it is important to know wich languages are accepted. It is noted if there is an explicite language submission policy. Most archives accepting submissions in languages other than English are requiring abstracts in English.

Universal Repository

Not yet established. See

HAL/Hprints is accepting contributions from humanities scholars worldwide in French or other languages, see

http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/2008/04/official-launch-of-hprints.html

ICTP Open Access Archive allows scientists worldwide to post their scientific work in the fields of Science, Technology, Education and Science Policy (language: English) but they are available only for five years:

http://eprints.ictp.it/

See also Bepress Selected Works


Art History

  • ART-Dok - German, English, French etc.

Classical Studies

Egyptology - Ancient History - Classical Archaeology - Classical Philology - Prehistoric Archaeology

Cognitive Science

Digital Preservation

Earth Science

Fields of Atmosphere, Cryosphere, Hydrosphere, Solid Earth and Earth Sciences disciplines in general.

  • GEO-LEO - English, German, etc. - only publications from the German speaking area

Economics

"The topic should relate to economics, including the contiguous historical, social, and behavioral sciences and statistical as well as mathematical methods related to economics."

European Integration

History and Theory of Psychology

Information Science

  • E-LIS - Policy: all languages

Law

Library Science

  • E-LIS - Policy: all languages

Linguistics

Mathematics

e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology and Statistics

Organic Agriculture

Particle Physics

Pedagogy

African Higher Education Research Online (AHERO) is an open access archive of texts that focus on the study, practice and governance of higher education in Africa.

Philosophy

Philosophy of Science

Physics

  • Arxiv - Policy: all languages

e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology and Statistics

Psychology

Social Medicine

  • e-ms - Policy: All languages

Social Science

South Asian Studies