Intersentia law books now available on Cambridge Core
In 2018, Intersentia’s books will be exclusively available to institutions online via Cambridge University Press’s Academic digital publishing platform Cambridge Core.
Launching on 1st Dec 2017, this new agreement is the first partnership between Cambridge University Press (CUP) and a specialized legal publisher.
Founded in 2010, Intersentia Ltd is an independent and rapidly developing international publishing house based, like CUP, in Cambridge, UK. The Intersentia list covers private and public law, as well as the criminal law of different jurisdictions, European Union law, comparative law, international law and human rights. They publish academic, professional, and educational monographs and edited collections.
Intersentia eBook titles will be hosted alongside the Press’s own content on Cambridge Core. Their specialised legal eBook content expands the existing list of law titles available on the platform and complements other content available, including titles in business and management, politics and economics.
All the books published on Cambridge Core are available through a number of flexible purchase options for institutions, including via collections, Evidence Based Acquisition (EBA) and librarian self-service.
Ann-Christin Maak-Scherpe, Publisher and General Manager at Intersentia, said: “Quality matters, not only in content but also in online distribution. Therefore we are delighted to be partnering with Cambridge University Press to make our carefully selected academic titles available on their online platform Cambridge Core.”
Jack Macdonald, CUP Academic Sales Development Director, said: “The addition of Intersentia’s ebooks to Cambridge Core, and our making them available online for institutions for the first time, is an exciting moment for both parties involved. We are very pleased to have the opportunity to offer Intersentia’s well-known, high-quality list alongside our own on Cambridge Core.”
Initially in 2018, there will be 67 of Intersentia’s titles available on Cambridge Core, including
- Children’s Rights in Intercountry Adoption by Claire Fenton-Glynn (University of Cambridge)
- The Liability of Public Authorities in Comparative Perspective edited by Ken Oliphant (University of Bristol)
- The Legal Status of Transsexual and Transgender Persons edited by Jens M. Scherpe (University of Cambridge)
- Child Soldiers and Transitional Justice by Bo Viktor Nylund (UNICEF)
- Both volumes of Andrews on Civil Processes by Neil Andrews (University of Cambridge) Vol 1 Vol 2
- The second edition of Individual Criminal Liability for the International Crime of Aggression by Gerhard Kemp (Stellenbosch University)
- Criticism of the European Court of Human Rights edited by Patricia Popelier (University of Antwerp), Sarah Lambrecht (University of Antwerp) and Koen Lemmens (University of Leuven)
- European Contract Law and the Digital Single Market edited by Alberto De Franceschi (University of Ferrara)
- Human Rights in a Positive State by Laurens Lavrysen (University of Ghent)
For more detail on the titles available, please visit Intersentia on Cambridge Core.