In collaboration with Professor Olivier Hekster and the Radboud University Nijmegen, Brill has released 14 volumes in the book series Impact of Empire in Open Access. Together, these titles form the complete collection of proceedings from the annual workshops by the International Network Impact of Empire. The workshops draw top contributions from various disciplines on topics that are still relevant today, such as migration, religion, cultural identity, and justice, focusing on the consequences of the actions and sheer existence of the Roman Empire in the regions it dominated.
Brill has developed a new mission statement, which centers around our strong belief that the Humanities, Social Sciences and International Law are areas of scholarship vital for addressing today’s global challenges.
Brill recently added COUNTER 5 to the reporting tools on the brill.com website, enabling customers to download their usage statistics through these new reports. Release 5 of the COUNTER Code of Practice is designed to balance changing reporting needs with the need to make things simpler, so that all content providers can achieve compliance and librarians can have usage statistics that are credible, consistent and comparable.