Centaurus. Journal of the European Society for the History of Science is an international English language journal and the official journal of the European Society for the History of Science. The journal was started in 1950 and has remained one of the major journals devoted to the study of the history of science.
Formerly published by Munksgaard, Blackwell and Wiley, the journal is now published by Brepols. Currently, Centaurus is co-owned by the ESHS and Brepols and is controlled by the scholarly community.1
From 2022, Centaurus is published in Diamond Open Access at no cost to the authors or readers through a partnership between the ESHS and Brepols. The sustained success of our Open Access initiative will depend crucially on the support of libraries and other institutions via the Subscribe-to-Open (S2O) publishing model. Discover more about and participate in this innovative publishing model in the section “Open Access via Subscribe-to-Open”.
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Centaurus mission is to help fulfill the ESHS’s aim to promote European cooperation in the field of the History of Science, understood in the broadest sense.
1 See Vermeir, K. (2020). Centaurus at 70: Editors’ perspectives. Centaurus, 62(1), 198–205 for an overview of the history of Centaurus.