Open access

Our content is fully searchable and highly visible to the main search engines, major libraries around the world (including the European Library), and a growing list of arts practitioner and scholarly associations. Every contribution carries a permanent Digital Object Identifier (DOI) and is protected under a Creative Commons licence.

We comply fully with the open access requirements of UKRIWellcome, and NIHR. Where required by their funder, authors have the option to publish the Version of Record (VoR – final published version) of their article under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence.

We have provided the option to download entire issues in low resolution, in order to ensure accessibility for our readers using a low bandwidth or with only fleeting or limited access to the web. Images on the site are searchable through captions and clickable cross-references, and a complement of high-resolution versions is there in our image gallery to assist with ‘close looking’. As a UK-based publication, we have submitted a nomination for archiving within the UK Web Archive, British Library, under the Non-Print Legal Deposit Regulations 2013 (nomination pending).