Permission Requests

Permission Requests may be submitted via webform:

http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/journals-rp-form

Other Author Use

Other uses by authors should be authorized by the University of Texas Press through the Journals Rights and Permissions Department.

Rebecca Frazier-Smith
Journals Rights and Permissions Manager
rfrazier@utpress.utexas.edu
512.232.7621

 

Self-Archiving and Institutional Repository Policy

Pre-Print Use of University of Texas Press Journals Content

A pre-print is defined as a working paper, either before submission or after submission but unrefereed. Authors retain the right to post a pre-print version of their article to their personal website and/or institutional repository and/or discipline-specific, not-for-profit server up to the time the article is accepted for publication. Please indicate on the article opening page that it is a "working paper."

Post-Print Use of University of Texas Press Journals Content

A post-print is defined as the final manuscript draft as accepted for publication following peer review, but before the copyediting and proofreading correction process. Authors retain the right to make a post-print version of their article available on their personal website and/or their institutional repository and/or discipline-specific, not-for-profit server subject to the terms below.

All journals except Cinema Journal allow authors to retain the right to upload their accepted post-print manuscript to their personal website and/or institutional repository and/or discipline-specific, not-for-profit server 12 months after the print publication date. Cinema Journal permits authors to post their accepted post-print manuscript to their personal website and/or institutional repository and/or discipline-specific, not-for-profit server immediately after acceptance.

When uploading an accepted post-print manuscript, authors should use the following credit line: "This is a pre-copyedited version of an article accepted for publication in (journal title) following peer review. The definitive publisher-authenticated version is available through the University of Texas Press."

The final published version of the article as it appears in the journal may not be deposited by authors on their personal website and/or institutional repository and/or discipline-specific, not-for-profit server. Published versions may be found on Project Muse and JSTOR.