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OUR PARTNERSHIP

From 2013 to 2017, Böhlau and De Gruyter had partnered together to better serve our mutual clients. Since January 1, 2018, all orders of Böhlau eBooks will have to be directed to Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. For subscription-orders of Böhlau Journals, please turn to V&R starting January 1, 2019.

Sales queries, access issues or questions regarding the migration as of 1st January 2018:
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Please note:
Due to technical difficulties, the migration of already purchased e-book content to the V&R eLibrary is delayed until end of 2018. Customers who purchased e-books with De Gruyter will continue to have access on the De Gruyter platform in perpetuity to aid with this process. Once all existing customers are set up, libraries can choose which platform to access. All DOIs will point to the V&R eLibrary platform after the migration.

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About Böhlau

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PRODUCTS OF BÖHLAU

 

eBooks

eJournals

2017

118 titles

Available as:

22 titles

Available as:

2014-2016

848 titles

Available as:

  • Single eBooks
  • Pick & Choose
  • eBook package
  • Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA)
 

Backlist (2010-2013)

690 titles

Available as:

  • Single eBooks
  • Pick & Choose
  • eBook package
  • Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA)
 

Archive

Böhlau e-dition (1945-2009):
~ 7.000 titles retrodigitized out-of-print titles

Available as:

22 titles (1855-2015)

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All eBooks from Böhlau are also available via our Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA) program.

ABOUT BÖHLAU

In the midst of the Thirty Years' War books the first books were printed at the Royal Court of Weimar. These are the origins of Böhlau, which was founded as a publishing house in the 19th century.

With its three locations in Vienna, Cologne and Weimar, Böhlau is one of the few remaining independent and privately owned scientific publishers with a long tradition and international importance.

The program of Böhlau Verlag is especially strong in the subject fields of history and legal history, but also in art history and German literature, music and theater arts.

Böhlau Verlag is part of Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht since 2017.