Open Access Information and Policy
In accordance with major definitions of open access in scientific literature (namely the Budapest, Berlin, and Bethesda declarations), CALUMET – Intercultural Law and Humanities Review defines open access by the following conditions: peer-reviewed literature is freely available without subscription or price barriers; literature is immediately released in open access format (no embargo period); published material can be re-used without obtaining permission as long as a correct citation to the original publication is given.
All articles published by CALUMET – Intercultural Law and Humanities Review are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license. This means that:
– everyone has free and unlimited access to the full-text of all articles published by CALUMET – Intercultural Law and Humanities Review;
– everyone is free to re-use the published material if proper accreditation/citation of the original publication is given;
– no fees are requested for publication.
No special permission is required to reuse all, or parts of, the articles published by CALUMET- Intercultural Law and Humanities Review, including figures and tables.
Reuse of an article does not imply endorsement by the authors, or CALUMET – Intercultural Law and Humanities Review’s Managing Editor.