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Title BJHS Themes [electronic resource] .

Published Cambridge : Camridge University Press, 2016-
Dates of Publication Began with Volume 1 (2016).
Online holdings:
BJHS Themes -- Cambridge University Press Current Complete    01 Jan. 2016- Further details...  
BJHS Themes -- Cambridge University Press:Open Access    01 Jan. 2016- Further details...  
BJHS Themes -- Diversity Studies Collection    01 Jan. 2016- Further details...  
BJHS Themes -- ProQuest Central (New)    01 Jan. 2017 - 19 Oct. 2017 Further details...  
BJHS Themes -- DOAJ Directory of Open Access Journals    01 Jan. 2016- Further details...  

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Physical description 1 online resource
Notes A journal of the British Society for the History of Science.
Summary BJHS Themes is a collaborative venture between the British Society for the History of Science and Cambridge University Press aimed at establishing the first fully open access journal for the history of science community. It aims to publish open access, scholarly and engaging collections of history of science papers, which address provocative themes, and which will be free for readers and offer no financial barrier to publication for authors.
System notes Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Notes Description based on: Volume 1 (2016); title from journal homepage (Cambridge University Press website, viewed December 6, 2016) .
Latest issue consulted: Volume 1 (2016).
Other author British Society for the History of Science, issuing body.
Cambridge University Press, publisher.
Subject Science -- History -- Periodicals.
History.
Periodicals.
Fulltext.
Historical Works.
Internet Resources.
Periodicals.
Variant Title British journal for the history of science themes
Cambridge University Press Journals Full Package Standard UK
Diversity Studies Collection
ProQuest Central (New)
ISSN 2058-850X